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Old   September 20, 2013, 09:09
Default Pulse flow through a pipe
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This is my first post and, first at all, thanks for helping me. I'm trying to simulate the behavior of a pulse flow passing through a pipe. The liquid comes from a peristaltic pump, so I don't know how to calculate how it moves across the pipe.
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