Hey everyone, first time user here! I'm doing a lab experiment with a small open wind tunnel and I'm having some trouble figuring out how to calculate the airspeed in the test section. There is a digital pressure gauge displaying what I was told to be the dynamic pressure. The pressure port appears to be mounted flush along the surface wall(perpendicular to the flow) just before the test section in the free stream flow, which makes me think its reading static pressure....? Anyways, so my thought is that if that is reading dynamic pressure, I would use a barometer to measure the atmospheric pressure then to get the total pressure add those two values(P_atm+ P_dyn = P_total). From there just solve Bernouli's for velocity and substitute the P_total and P_atm values in to get velocity. Does this sound right?