The Circuit flow rate result shows the flow rate of the coolant inside the cooling circuit.
Using this result
This result is used in conjunction with the Circuit Reynolds number result to determine whether the flow rate that is required to achieve turbulent coolant flow can be achieved.
Note The flow rate itself is not the dominant factor in heat extraction, but it should be the minimum required to achieve the necessary Reynolds number. The flow rate is constant for a series circuit, but not for a parallel circuit.
Things to look for
When viewing the circuit flow rate result, check that the sum of the coolant flow rates in each circuit is less than the coolant pump capacity. The information obtained from this result is also available in the analysis log.