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pressure drops and definition of total pressure in one phase simulation

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Old   October 29, 2020, 03:16
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hi
i want to find the pressure drops in system. how i can have gravitional pressure drop, frictional pressure drop and accelerational pressure drop seperatly?
i know the diffrence between p-inlet- total and p-outlet-total give me a total pressure drop but i need them seperatly.
my second problem is with total pressure term in ansys flunt.i read the theory manual and i saw the P(total)=P(static)+(1/2*rho*v^2) , i cant find the good definition about these two term in p(total) formula.
please help me.

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