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Old   June 17, 2020, 07:10
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Hello all,

I hope everyone is doing good in this pandemic situation.

I am working on the sample model. I want to calculate the pressure drop. But, with multiple velocities with a single diameter of the pipe. So, I want to use Parametric analysis for ease of work. Unfortunately, I am unable to get the Output parameter.

Could you please guide me or help me with the instructions to get the pressure as output parameter?

Thank you in advance,
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