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Old   November 14, 2023, 09:42
Question Theoretical mass flow vs. simulated compressible mass flow
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I have a question for the plausibility check of the results. In the case the geometry would be for example a throttle, is it possible to get a higher mass flow rate in the CFD results with a compressible fluid model than calculated by Bernoulli as incompressible fluid?

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bernoulli, compressible flow, fluid models

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