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post #301 of 302 Old 12-13-2012, 07:10 PM
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That is the point, the volume of air is what we are trying to show not the speed of some air. All the air has to go from one place to another for the simulation to work. just because a couple of particles are moving slowly does not mean the port is working correctly. It is barely doing anything at all. The ports job is to move air and lots of it. If it is not doing that, it does not work for practicle purposes. All the papers I read and posted links to say exactly that and the same statements about the design basically being a sealed box with a leak. Those words are used throughout the papers- just read them, I read all the articles. Seems that Josh was right about the 1 watt "model" and real world is not the same according to the research in those papers. I am just stating what is in all thoise port research papers- I am not making any of it up. Read them and basically all that everyone here said is in them. But, at low levels it has to work, but it does not do any good in the actual use of the system. Give it a look.

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Interesting that so many words have been wasted in this thread.

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