AnsweredAssumed Answered


Question asked by Joao Goncalo Couto on Mar 12, 2020
Latest reply on Mar 12, 2020 by Bill McEachern



I'm designing a ventilation system and the flowrate I need is determined by the flowrate of two components on the inside of my system.

I have the internal pressure loss and the fan curves of those components.

Initially what I did was impose the flowrate in the two components, thhe inlet of my system and the outlet.

By doing so, I could get the static pressure and then select the fans for my part of the system (the enclosure that contains the two components)


My point is, I would like to place the component's fans inside my system and impose their pressure loss to validate my design.

Is there a straightfoward way to do this? Imposing the component's pressure loss curve?