I have two cylindrical tubes connected at a 90 degree junction. One tube has a constant flow of a laminar fluid going through it and the fluid is saturated by a soluble particulate with a known concentration. The other tube has a much smaller radius, initially has no particles and is closed at the unconnected end.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

How do I find the number of particulates that enter the smaller, closed tube? What equations would be most suitable for this situation?

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# Fluid dynamics and particulate diffusion question

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