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Old   December 9, 2010, 12:40
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I am mixing two fluids together. One viscous and one none viscous. The quantities of each fluid keeps changing so I am trying to make a program that will simulate the results. The trouble is the equations are running me around in a loop. How do you find the velocity of the liquid using the pressure? Knowing that the pressure depends on the head loss which depends on the velocity.

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