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Old   October 20, 2017, 06:47
Question Can you use totalPressure at inlet and outlet?
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Hi everyone!

I'm wondering why I can't find any example where totalPressure is used at the inlet and outlet. Why is that so?

I could use it because I have a totalPressure ratio as given property however the process is too time consuming if it fails and I don't have to set it up that way, so I am mostly just interested.

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inlet, outlet, totalpressure

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