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    Discussion in 'The main mechanical design forum' started by Jing Yuan Zhou, Feb 10, 2017.

    1. Jing Yuan Zhou

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      This seems like a very logical thing. However, the ideal work assumes no losses through exhaust losses right? I don’t remember exactly but when I was learning about this subject in masters I remember my professor saying this.

      However, I would prefer to use the derived method because it gives more constrictive results. And our real efficiency values might be closer to real calculated ones.
       

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