Figuring out venturi yield with compressed air

by Wesley
(New Caney Tx USA)

1 psi into a venturi tube equals how many cfm's out at what psi's?


Thank you in advance.

Wesley

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May 19, 2015
Venturi yield
by: Bill

The venturi is going to take so many CFM of compressed air at so many PSI of pressure, and by blowing through the venturi, suck a lot of air along with it, increasing the throughput.

This is a question for engineers, Wesley, though I am happy to approve this post as I am sure there are other folks out there that have the formula or an interest.

You might also pose this question to folks that are in the business of using venturis and compressed air to pull air in, creating a vacuum, and doing work with compressed air as the energy source. If the info you seek is not already on their site, I expect their engineers would know the answer: http://www.air-vac-eng.com/

Cheers,

Bill

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