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Ejector calculation

by richinguyen
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richinguyen
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May2-11, 03:05 PM
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Hi everyone, could you please help me in this:
There's a nozzle which use venturi effect to suck air from the atm and mix it with water. Say the water flow is motive flow (flow 1), and the air flow is suction flow (flow 2). The inlet water flow through a nozzle to increase its velocity (and thus decrease pressure), then enter a mixing chamber, the low pressure of the water flow cause air from the atm to be sucked to the mixing chamber through a second inlet. Say the motive flow (water) has flow rate Q1, pressure P1, velocity V1, and the suction flow (air) has flow rate Q2, pressure P2, velocity V2. What is the relation equation between them?
Thank you very much!
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harehere
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Sep9-12, 12:12 AM
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It is a complicated question, but maybe I can help you.Here are my email
capricorn1987@126.com


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