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In-line pressure balance expansion joint at Caesar II

In-line pressure balance expansion joint at Caesar II

Hello !!!
New at this !!!... and needing some help to model a In-Line pressure balance expansion joint without any elbow at Caesar II. not convinced with results ... (dwg attached!!)
Thanks !!!!... :)

RE: In-line pressure balance expansion joint at Caesar II

What's your problem exactly ?

Have you read the Caesar II User's Guide ?

Did you use the Caesar EXJ modeller ?

RE: In-line pressure balance expansion joint at Caesar II

The easiest way to model a pressure balanced EJ is to model a axial EJ with effective area=0.
This kind of modelling is true basically.

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