Airflow through divergent and convergent ducts, Other Engineering

 

DIVERGENT DUCT
A divergent duct widens out as the airflow progresses through it. At subsonic speeds the effect of this kind of duct is to decrease the velocity and increase the pressure and temperature of the air passing through it.

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CONVERGENT DUCT
A convergent duct is such that the space inside reduces as the airflow progresses through it. At subsonic speeds the effect of this kind of duct is to increase the velocity and decreases the pressure and temperature of the air passing through it.

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