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density = 998.2
dynamic viscosity = 0.001003
diameter = 10mm
length = 200mm
Re = 1000
water liquid

What is pressure drop?

Using fluid mechanics formulas, I found the pressure drop to be 6.45 Pa. I find 12.97 pa in ansys fluent. can you help me?
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