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Old   October 11, 2001, 05:23
Default Loss coeficient in Aipak
Ana Velasco
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I would like to know, how can I calculate the loss coeficient of the vents in Airpak
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Old   October 11, 2001, 11:10
Default Re: Loss coeficient in Aipak
walter schwarz
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if you don't have the manufacturer's data for the exhaust vent, you can either have airpak calulate the loss coefficient based on correlations where you supply the geomtetry type and the free-area ratio of the exhaust vent. alternatively, you could use something like i'delchik's handbook of hydraulic resistance and do a hand calculation based on the geometry and input the number yourself.
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