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Old   December 3, 2003, 09:11
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Jerry Hug
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Iam a student and I just started with a FLUENT. Please give me a answer to this easy question:

How should I get pressure drop in Fluent for incompressible flow in straight tube with velocity inlet and pressure outlet?

Is it diference between total pressure in input and total pressure in output?

Or is it static pressure in input surface?

Or is it something different?

Thank you very much for answers.

Could you tell me where I can find free FLUENT tutorials on the web?
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