Fluid velocity and pressure distributions, averaged over the cross section, are found for a finite straight pipe containing holes or a slit of constant area per unit length.
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Kuznetskii, R.S. Fluid velocity and pressure distributions along a pipe with holes. Journal of Engineering Physics 20, 96–99 (1971). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00868595
- Statistical Physic
- Pressure Distribution
- Unit Length
- Fluid Velocity
- Constant Area