|Jan11-13, 01:35 PM||#18|
The standard way to do this is to assign a resistance to each pipe section. A fork is a point where multiple pipe sections meet. Then you calculate the currents in each pipe section and "potentials" (essentially water pressure) at each node (fork point).
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