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Old   April 21, 2008, 04:25
Default Static or gauge pressure given find velocity
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hi, This is the study about pressure drop in a pipe flow. one end of a pipe is inlet pressure of 20 bar and other end there are 6 branches. customer interested to know the pressure at the branches. This is incompressible flow and can anyone help me how to calculate the velocity to determine the Reynolds number. request to give me some guidance

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