how to calculate head loss due to sudden enlargement in case of compressible fluid???


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hiiiiii guys, am graduate student, i want to know @ head loss in case of compressible fluid due to sudden enlargement...............pls help me ......as soon as possible........
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hiiiiii guys, am graduate student, i want to know @ head loss in case of compressible fluid due to sudden enlargement...............pls help me ......as soon as possible........
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We've discussed this topic a few times. The first recommendation is to get a copy of Crane's TP 410.

Here is a link provided by QGoest a while back. I would suggest using our search function to find more posts on this topic.

http://www.mathworks.com/access/help...reachange.html


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