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Stipulation #1 makes it true. To keep a constant stroke while increasing the B/A ratio...

April 19 2017 at 6:28 PM

Steve in NC  (Login pneuguy)
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Response to In that case the reasoning in #2 is not true

...the total length must increase. Contrarywise, if B/A is increased while holding B+A constant, which is necessary if pumping efforts are to be comparable, stroke must decrease -- as graphed below. Agreed?

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If so, I'd be happy to move forward and further discuss the significance of that fact as it affects practical tradeoffs in optimizing pump geometry.


    
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