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    how to calculate port length with a bend in it?

    Hey I am wondering how you calculate port length if it has a bend (L) in it. ???
    Any help would be appreciated







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    Re: how to calculate port length with a bend in it?

    measure down the middle if it is a slot port.




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    Re: how to calculate port length with a bend in it?

    yeah. it might be the easier to find the inside length and the outside and then average them also. and dont forget about slot port end correction.



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    Re: how to calculate port length with a bend in it?

    (outside + inside) / 2



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