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I am trying to understand the concept of dynamic and static pressures and would appreciate your help.

I've got a nozzle flow setup, such that the flow is exhausting into atmosphere. Am I right in assuming that the dynamic pressure at exit (relative to atmosphere) is equivalent to 1/2*rho*v^{2 }and the gauge static pressure = 0?

Thanks for your time in advance!

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# Help required to understand dynamic pressures

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