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## Homework Statement

If you have a pipe where an incompressible fluid flows. What happens if we get cavitation - can we still say that the volumetric flow rate is "conserved" in the pipe?

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If you have a pipe where an incompressible fluid flows. What happens if we get cavitation - can we still say that the volumetric flow rate is "conserved" in the pipe?

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Yes, as long at you have single phase steady flow of liquid at the inlet and outlet of the pipe.## Homework Statement

If you have a pipe where an incompressible fluid flows. What happens if we get cavitation - can we still say that the volumetric flow rate is "conserved" in the pipe?

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