Looking for a low cost (or free) software package to use for simulating the air flow through multiple central mist collection systems. Our systems main trunks start out at Ø24 or Ø26 and tapers down the farther away it gets. Off the main trunk are Ø10, Ø8, Ø6, and Ø4 taps that make no sense over years of reconfiguration. There are between 10 and 14 taps depending on the system. I want to figure out what it would take to balance this system correctly or replace it with a plenum main trunk. The software would have to help me simulate different designs.
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