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1. Obtain general details of devices, such as weights and cross-sectional areas; 2. Calculate the experimental mass flow rates and experimental volumetric flow rates; 3. Record the static pressure heads at different test points; 5. Calculate the theoretical volumetric flow rates and compare these theoretical values with the experimental values; 6. Discuss the static pressure head difference between point A and point C.
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