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The amount that flows per minute from

the head of water in C. Suppose that we have a set-up with a series of

connected by pipes of different diameters, and a certain inflow into A to start with.

The amount that flows per minute from

**container**C into**container**D depends ...the head of water in C. Suppose that we have a set-up with a series of

**containers**connected by pipes of different diameters, and a certain inflow into A to start with.

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... it is stationary in the sense that the level in each of the

same as long as the input is unchanged. ... be the level of water in

This situation is a simple example of a phenomenon often referred to as 'buffering

' ...

... it is stationary in the sense that the level in each of the

**containers**remains thesame as long as the input is unchanged. ... be the level of water in

**container**C.This situation is a simple example of a phenomenon often referred to as 'buffering

' ...

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It is rather as though, in the model of water flowing through a system of

, which we discussed on p. 80, you found that if you suddenly threw an extra

bucket of water into one of the

It is rather as though, in the model of water flowing through a system of

**containers**, which we discussed on p. 80, you found that if you suddenly threw an extra

bucket of water into one of the

**containers**all the others went through a series of ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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