|Mar10-09, 02:10 PM||#1|
Can sudden expansion loss coefficients be summed?
I was wondering since I'm trying to figure out an equivalent loss coefficient for a manifold that has a specific geometry. I have several area sections and would like to know if I can just add up the resulting loss coefficients from one section to the other.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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