|Jul24-09, 02:36 AM||#1|
pressure loss coefficient
I want to calculate the pressure loss coefficent for a diffuser but I can't find the equation. I tried with bernoulli but I don't get it. I've read that the coefficient depends on the lenght the scale and conical degree of the difuser?
Can you help me?
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|Jul27-09, 12:33 PM||#2|
Without the dimensions i can't calculate it properly, but 0.4 x 1/2pv^2 will more than cover the resistance in pascals.
p= air density which is approx 1.2 kg m^3
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