Consider a horizontal pipe of length L such that the left end is at x = 0 and the right end is at x = L. Suppose the ux of water through the pipe is...
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Consider a horizontal pipe of length L such that the left end is at x = 0 and the right end is at x = L.

Suppose the ux of water through the pipe is given by Φx) = e^(-x).

(a) If the system is in equilibrium, calculate the sum of all sources or sinks in the pipe.

(b) Find a source term R(x) that guarantees that the system is in equilibrium. (Hint: You may want to

consider the fundamental theorem of calculus.)

Subject: Physics, Science

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