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Old   January 30, 2008, 08:41
Default Simulation of Water Flow through a Venturi Meter
Hassan A
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Hello All,

Having some problem calculating and comparing the pressure difference upstream and downstream of the venturi plate. Please, any advice?
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Old   January 30, 2008, 10:04
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Hey Describe ur problem then only you can expect help

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Old   April 7, 2010, 06:00
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I have similar problem with the pressure difference. I have a pipe something like this:

.....|_____/ |_______|.

I have everything, the size of the model, the 2d mesh, the property of the fluid, flowrate etc...
After running the simulation in FLUENT, how can I calculate the pressure difference 25mm upstream and downstream of the plate?
What are the 25mm upstream and downstream of the plate?
Thanks for any answer

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