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Old   January 9, 2019, 09:31
Default Porositie of a Heat Exchanger
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Hello,

Sorry I am new here and not so familiar on the topic
For a first Heat exchanger (overall core dimension are given) the air massflow with the porosities Pi (kg/m4), Pv (kg/m3/s) at given air density are known. No information about the pressure drop curve
Now I want to predict the air massflow for second core (different geometry), For this second component, i got the pressure drop curve characteristic curve over the massflow. No info about porosities of this second core.
Is there a way to predict the air massflow of this second core on the same condition as the first one?
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