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Old   October 27, 2004, 16:48
Default Minor Loss Coefficients and inlet angles
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I'm interested in finding out the pressure drop for an inlet where the angle of intersection is somthing other than 90 degrees. I've been able to find standard loss coefficients for pipe bends and angles as well as loss coefficients for inlets, but nothing quite on point.

Can these numbers be combind some how? How would one approach the problem?

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