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Old   August 21, 2009, 09:19
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My research work is dense phase pneumatic conveying.I have to analyse the pressure fluctuation along the bend.So i have fixed one transmitter near the start of bend and others after bend.I have to simulate with FLUENT this using experiment data of pressure fluctuation at the start of bend and calculate the pressure after bend. Is
My doubt is is there any problem to fix the transmitter near to bend.Because in many literatures i have seen transmitters are fixed away from bend.

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