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Old   July 2, 2016, 03:53
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Hello everyone!

I have problem with transform units from lattice units to physical. Could you help me?

I have formulas but I can't understand how I should do it.

If somebody can write to me an example how I should do it step by step it will be very nice and helpful. For me, the most important are: system's high and length and flow velocity.

Thank you in advance!
Kisses, Aga
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