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Dear colleagues,

I've implemented power law fluid flow in a channel by using of lattice Boltzmann method. I can validate velocity but I don't know how could I do the same for pressure. How could I get the analytical solution for pressure? Do you have any suggestions?

I would greatly appreciate it if you'd help me
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