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23/05/2005 00:37:31 »
Imagine a glass tube 10 mm in diameter and 20 mm in length connected at its bottom to a shallow glass dish. The dish has a depth of around 10mm and a diameter of 30 mm. The tube has 4 retangular slots cut in it at the bottom which are 5mm long by 3 mm wide.
I was wondering how you calculate the back up rate; that is how quickly liquid poured into the tube at the top would back up the tube versus it spilling over the side of the dish ?[:I]
Please be gentle, I am an amateur!
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Re: Back up
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23/05/2005 10:07:32 »
Oh look, there's my bus *hastily backs out of post not wanting to admit he hasn't a clue*
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