Fluids Engineering (& Science); Pressure losses of screens in fluid flow
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Asked by: cassonova2006-ga
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10 May 2006 15:30 PDT
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Question ID: 727429
I am looking for a detailed study on the pressure drop through a perforated screen or slat-screen in a oscillatory (harmonic-sinusoidal) or steady flow (water). In particular, what is the influence of the angle of the screen in the flow? How does the pressure drop change with angle of screens? Similarly, what is the change in drag (coefficient) with angle?
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Re: Fluids Engineering (& Science); Pressure losses of screens in fluid flow
From: redfoxjumps-ga on 10 May 2006 23:47 PDT
Seems like firms providing filters woould have this data. Do your filters break up air bubbles or do they become blocked with sand and other such? All temperatures and pressures or a certain range? Cavatation or no?
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