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Subject: Re: Conductance of tubing

Date: 05/07/01 at 5:25 PM
Posted by: Jim Scheppele
E-mail: jayess@pacbell.net
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In Reply to: Conductance of tubing posted by Janice on 04/12/01 at 2:11 PM:

I'm a little late with this response and hope it is still useful.
The equation for conductance in the viscous flow regine involves diameter to the fourth power divided by length. So if you double the diameter, the conductance goes up by a factor of 16.


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