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Nozzle design

Nozzle design

Nozzle design

You will find in attached the picture of nozzle with details in question.
Please help me to find out with my issue; my questions are :
1) What’s the formula utilized to find the value of L=318,9 mm, and what “L” represent in this figure??
2) I find in the report of COMPRESS that the Lpr=348.85 mm, what’s the difference between L and Lpr?
3) How they calculate h=197.1 mm? as I understand is the length of the hub of nozzle.

my salutations

RE: Nozzle design

Probably ought to try the Compress forum:

forum1259: Codeware: COMPRESS - Professional forum and technical support for engineers for Codeware: COMPRESS. Includes problem solving collaboration tools.

The problem with sloppy work is that the supply FAR EXCEEDS the demand

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