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Pitot tubing size

Manuel Benito

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Hi all of you.


I am doing my Pitot boom and I have one doubt.




I am planning to use 1/4" O.D. diam aluminum tube for dynamic pressure.
Wonder If I should use 1/4 I.D diam aluminum . Somebody told me If I am about to feed twoanemometers from this source, I should go with 1/4 I.D.aluminum tube. For my intentions, 1/4 O.D. diam tube fits best but I do not want to go further without advise.


Manuel Benito


 

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