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Old   April 18, 2007, 19:04
Default pressure drop calculation multi-inlet-outlet syst.
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timmyy
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Hello,

I have a question about calculating the pressure drop of the system of pipes. If there is a single pipe, the pressure drop can be calculated as follows: press.drop = avINLETpressure - avOUTFLOWpressure.

But my system consists of 3 inlet pipes perpendiculary connected to the main pipe and 2 outflow pipes connected to that main pipe as well. Should I just take an average pressure of 3 inlets and then substract it from the average pressure of 2 outflows? Can anyone tell me is that approach correct?

Many thanks for your advices and any suggestions about calculating the pressure drop of that system.

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Old   April 24, 2007, 06:03
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RESPECTED Sir/Madam,

im a mechanical engr , write now im starting my carrer in pneumatics conveying sytems ,need ur technical support .

thanking you

Regards, KALAICHELVAN.M

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