discharge coefficient


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Hi all I was wondering if anyone could help me with calculating or finding the discharge coefficient for a fully developed turbulent flow through a vena contracta

many thanks nar
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Hi all I was wondering if anyone could help me with calculating or finding the discharge coefficient for a fully developed turbulent flow through a vena contracta

many thanks nar
Discharge coefficients typically depend on what the fluid is discharging from (e.g. orifice). Is that what you want to know - the discharge coefficient of an orifice?

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