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Old Mar 17th 2016, 02:50 AM   #1
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Pressure in gas system

Hello everyone!
In the picture is fragment of the closed recirculation loop of gas system. Gas flows from the left, control valves 1 and 2 regulates pressure, so between them is 70mbar. Gas stream divides and comes to big Process Chambers (30 of them), later again connects into one stream and goes in one pipeline (here is regulated by another control valves at level of 3mbar)
Can anyone explain me what is the pressure inside the Process Chambers? I can't imagine what's happening with the gas. And maybe someone knows professional software, where could I simulate systems like this, with gas sources, pipelines, valves etc. to see what is pressure distribution, flows in whole system?
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