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I was working with HVAC duct-diffusers. To visualize the flow I tried with streamlines from that diffuser surface. One thing I observed is if we have nos of diffusers of same size then the nos of streamlines coming out from the surfaces will be same as we have given in seed points but if there are nos of diffusers having different sizes then the nos of streamlines coming out from the surface will not be as given by logic but are different and depends on the size of diffuser (as bigger diffuser will have more nos of streamlines and smaller one will have very less nos of streamlines ) .

So, if somebody has known the correlation about the size of surface and nos of streamlines coming out from it please help me !
Thanks in advance for your efforts !
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