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7.3.2.2.3 Energy conservation (dissipation problem)

A different way to look at this situation is check what happen to physical quantities. For example, the resistance to the liquid metal flow increases when the gate velocity velocity is increased. As smaller the plunger diameter the larger the gate velocity and the larger the resistance. However, the energy supply to the system has a maximum ability. Hence, this trend from this respect is unrealistic.



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