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Old   September 4, 2010, 12:42
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Hi friends,
I got a question,
I have to study the head loss along a 1 km 8" pipe and to do so, I would face the problem by dividing the pipe into several parts and the result of one section pipe will be the input of the next one and so on till getting the final head loss.

Could anybody tell me how to take those results and use them as an input of the next section pipe?

every section pipe is stored into a different file.

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