Create a plate (in the flow path) where you want to measure pressure.
Assign pressure Goal to the plate surface.
Use component control to Not include the plate in the solution.
Solve as normal.
I'd like to know how to measure the total static loss of the chamber inside the Chamber except for the blower.
ex) Pt = Pt Out - Pt in
Pv = Pt - Ps
△P (in chamber) = ?
Static pressure Loss
if your new to flow sim i recommend you to take the built in tutorials that way you can established the basic foundation which will help to analyze much more complex study
First of all, go over some of the basic tutorials for internal flow so you have a fundamental grasp of the software. This is your homework. Once you finish that, keep reading:
For this problem I would recommend doing an internal flow analysis. Model the tunnel from the inlet to the upstream portion of the fan. Set your intake at ambient pressure, and put an external fan at the outlet surface. Use the manufacturer specifications to get the fan curve. That should give you a fairly good idea of what's going on in your test section.
You might want to save time and do it the old fashioned way and use the Bernoulli equation https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/imgmec/bernoul.gif&imgrefurl=http://hype…
I assume you know the inlet areas and the test section area. Since you know the volume flow rate you can calculate inlet velocity. The inlet pressure is atmospheric so Mr Bernoulli should help you to do the rest.
Now if for some reason you have to use Solidworks to get the answer then model the system up to the fan and represent the fan as a disc. Use internal Analysis and set the disc surface to volume flow rate and the inlet to atmospheric. Put a plane across the test section and in a sketch and add a point where you want to measure. In Flow Sim select a point goal and select the point you created on the plane. Now select any parameter you like, probably static pressure. Run the simulation and check the answer against Mr Bernoulli.