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Old   August 3, 2012, 04:31
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Hello everybody

I have a question about the surface flow filter: If i have a surface with Backflow... how do the filter deal with that? If the Backflow and the Forward Flow have the same value... is the Flowrate zero???

If the answer is yes, is it possible to show the forward and backward flow separated?

to my problem: i have a mixing tank and i want to find out the circulation rate of the fluid.

thanks for your attention

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