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Hi, I'm working on a model to simulate fish feeding under water by suction. I calculate velocities along the central axis of the fish by calculating the volume rate change (which I measure throughout the feeding cycle) divided by the frontal area along the lenght of the fish. I end up with velocity changes in time and in space in the buccal cavity. What I want to do next is calculate pressures from these velocities, but here's where I get stuck. Any help will be greatly appreciated! Sandra
Re: how do i calculate pressures from flow velocities?
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