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How to connect multiple outlet streams to compresssor?

How to connect multiple outlet streams to compresssor?

How to connect multiple outlet streams to compresssor?

Does anyone know how to get the compressor unitOP to let you connect multiple outlet streams for phase separation (ie. knock-out simulation)? The help file says it is possible but I can't get a 2nd or 3rd stream to connect to the outlet

RE: How to connect multiple outlet streams to compresssor?

Where it says "Search for UnitOps" type in compressor and it will show you a variety of symbols, the first yellow conic section has multiple outlets.  Be sure to check the help topics to make sure that the multiple outlets are what you expect them to be.

Starting in 6.0 the multiple outlets were removed from most of the icons, because what you usually want there is a multistage compressor, and that should be modeled with each stage as a separate icon.

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