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Martin there is one thing to remember, more flow will sometimes give you higher OC's even though the water temp doesn't drop much...There are microscopic hot spots on the die that the sheer volume of water passing over helps to cool and that will give you better OC's....I lost the links to them when my browser book-marks were corrupted a few weeks ago...Its some of Cathars work I'll try to find them again and I'll link you to them....It sucks I had some obscure links and its hard to find them all again...
That's interesting, and I think I read that's exactly what watter wetter does for automotive engines. It doesn't do anything for actual specific heat, but it hits those hot spots a bit better. Not sure how it does it, but that sounds like the same idea.
    
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Yeah you want to for sure trim the threads on the barbs flush with the wall, that way you will get every bit of pressure pushing to the out-let...I haven't ever beveled the edges but it a good idea, every little bit counts...I'm glad you like doing all this its very helpful...The flow calc I still cant read......
Yeah in theory it should be twice as good...kind of like a freeway ramp for those water molecules...sure beats a T intersection..

That sucks on the flow rate calc. Do you have any other spreadsheet type program. It looks like I can save as quatropro and lotus, but I have no idea if it would keep the more advanced functions or any of the graphing. I have a couple of IF then statements in there and the graphing is probably excel specific. Did the original webpage version work for you?
    
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That's interesting, and I think I read that's exactly what watter wetter does for automotive engines. It doesn't do anything for actual specific heat, but it hits those hot spots a bit better. Not sure how it does it, but that sounds like the same idea.


Right thats what I use glycerin and Dawn dish soap for to they are a surfactant or water wetter..The glycerin a pretty good pump lube...


The only spread-sheet type things I might have would be in my open office.org suite...I'll have to look through it and see what I do have...Thanks...

EDIT: Well I was going to upload a PDF file on thermal hot spots I found in my files last night but it was to big and they wouldn't upload it...If I can find the link to it I shoot it to you...
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