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Old   October 28, 2014, 13:35
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I am designing a new style of stovetop gas burner for a CFD(Fluent) project and I truly cannot find the proper gas information I need.
- I need to know the gauge pressure of a standard gas line in an oven in the United States
- I would also like to know
-Gas Velocity
-Gas orifices/outlets/port sizes
- It would be very helpful in my design to know the standard properties of a general gas burner

Thank you for your time
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