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Need Fluid Flow calculations resource

Need Fluid Flow calculations resource

Need Fluid Flow calculations resource

I am in need of a resource to work with me on a project relating the flow of a viscous fluid. The system draws up this viscous fluid through a hose of certain length and the hose is then removed. The tip that the hose was connected to becomes the dispensing nozel and the viscous fluid is dispensed into a pressurized container. I need answers/options for what the pressures would be to draw this fluid up into the system and then dispense through a similar size nozel into the container. Please provide your leads and potential expertise to me directly at bnemec@execpc.com

RE: Need Fluid Flow calculations resource

The following information is needed:
What is the viscous fluid?
  What is the fluid that is creating the low pressure? What is its driving pressure? What is the backpressure?
What is the height that the viscous fluid is "pulled" up?
What are the dimensions of the flow paths?

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