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also what is the standard pressure

also what is the standard pressure

also what is the standard pressure

also what is the standard pressure at the bottom of a mixing vessel

RE: also what is the standard pressure

See 'hydrostatic head'.

Of course all bets are off when the mixer blade hits the shell, so do include a factor of ignorance.

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

RE: also what is the standard pressure

I spend a great deal of time with mixing vessels of all varieties. Aside from the weight of the fluid, there is not much else.

Are you trying to understand transient / local changes in pressure due to turbulence?

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