The pressure inside the cooling circuits should remain evenly distributed from the inlet circuit pressure to the outlet circuit pressure. Large pressure drops in the cooling circuits are caused by cooling problems, such as the bubbler or the baffle dimensions being too small.
This result can be checked to determine the flow direction in parallel cooling circuits. The pressure will be highest at the coolant inlet and lowest at the coolant outlet.
NoteThis result does not take into account the pressure loss due to external cooling lines, fittings, and so forth.
Things to look for
When viewing the Circuit pressure result, check the following: