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Container Size and Constant Flow

  1. Jul 18, 2012 #1
    I was wondering if anyone could help me with calculating the size of a liquid container containing Electrolyte Fluid.

    Background to it is, the electrolyte is transferred through a pump and a spindle to a work surface at the flow of 0.1 litres/minute (33.9 m/s). The fluid is then filtered to remove the excess material and then sent back to the container to be repumped. If the flow out of the container is 0.1 liters/minute, what would the container size be.

    This is a very basic question but i wanted to know what other variables i need to calculate this..

    Thanks
     
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