5% uncertainty on the discharge coefficient
of the Venturi tube.
The reason for the failure, the analysis report revealed, was that one of the propellant regulators had a manufacturing defect of a "much higher discharge coefficient
in its closed condition", which escaped the inspection and acceptance test procedure.
v] are discharge coefficient
and effective area of the check valves and/or orifices, respectively; and [rho] is the fluid density.
In this equation, discharge coefficient
(Cd) was used to compensate other minor losses.
, Flow Exponent, and Leakage Area C, n, Flow Coefficient, Flow Exponent [m.
f] is discharge coefficient
of the sudden contraction of the flow channel determined by the ratio of area before and after the contractive flow channel, d is diameter of cushion hole, and [DELTA]p is differential pressure between the contractive sections equaling the pressure in cushion chamber minus the pressure in plunger chamber.
The most effective method of controlling vortex is using anti-vortex blades which are used to increase the discharge coefficient
of the shaft spillways .
In addition, the meter discharge coefficient
is constant from 75,000 pipe Reynolds number and above;
There was no study on the discharge coefficient
of the openings, but the author recommends a value of 0.
x] is a function of the type and pressure of the fluid medium outside the water nozzle, the discharge coefficient
u is determined by the water nozzle geometry.
The influence of the internal geometry of the orifice on the flow regime and on the discharge coefficient
were analysed (Anantharamaiah et al.
For given angle [alpha] from figure 2, geometric constant K and subsequently discharge coefficient