I am back. I have also read all your previous post. May I make a suggestion ... At this rate, before we solve this issue, if we keep on posting like this, this forum will get to be a mille long. Now, I can see that we make a very briant 4 man team to solve this. So ... My suggestion is that maybe we can have a intermediate communication system, like Messenger, to do the Bla Bla Bla and use this post only for solid fact ... Up to you guys. My Nick name is email@example.com
Raymond ... The pressure is measured at the control valve and at the nozzle. Both reading are identical. Dont forget one thing, in an hydraulic system, if the flow get bigger compared to what the pump can suply, the pressure will drop. Also, Gluey engine have restrictor of .080" in. wich is your true and only flow limiter. Also, the pump are supllied from a 1-1/2" line connected under a 500 gal. tank. Pressure is 225 psi. of liquid propane at evaporator and 225 psi. of gaz propane at nozzle.
Dave ... I definitaly want that Iowa report ... 110 ponds, Oufff... I want that.
Viv ... I have all the dawing you need ... Bud. They are in Acad R12 and R14 format. I have them on a CD. On that CD, I also have the manual. Got that when I purchased my first engine.
Conclusion ... Now that we know that the actual nozzle is good at 700 psi. but not at 225 psi. We need to design one that will perform like the Gluey one at 700, but using 225 psi. only. As for the flow rate ... Easy, we will just have to enlarge the restrictor and "Bingo" ... We will have pressure we want, Speed and Flow. Okey ... Now we need a sketch, a shape to start with. Then, I will run the shape on the CFD program.
Come on guys, get to your drawing board and give me a shape to start with.