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Old   February 10, 1999, 05:04
Default Unsteady flows in branched pipes
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Andrei Chernousov
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Can anybody help me to find a serious and general model of a wave interaction with triple/multiple connections in gas-conducting pipelines for numerical computation of unsteady flows within one-dimensional framework? I know some, but no one posess both generality and robustness. Now I am working on such a model, and I have worries about "inventing a bicycle".

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