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Hi

I want to model a fan in the Fluent software. in the fan window, I should insert the pressure jump as a function of velocity (P=f(V)). Although i have a pressure jump as a function of fan volume flow rate. (P=f(Q))

how can i exert the pressure jump as a function of velocity from pressure jump as a function of fan volume flow rate?
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