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Distribution of velocities in aquaculture circular tanks with rotating flow and evaluation of uniformity

@inproceedings{Llor2010DistributionOV,
  title={Distribution of velocities in aquaculture circular tanks with rotating flow and evaluation of uniformity},
  author={Ingrid Masal{\'o} Llor{\`a} and Joan Oca Baradad},
  year={2010}
}
Control of velocities in aquaculture tanks is very important, since fish need certain velocities for maintaining general health and also a minimum veloc ity is needed to eliminate biosolids. In circular t nks or rectangular tanks with rotating flow, where wate r is injected tangentially to the tank wall, the av erage velocity is controlled by the impulse force Fi (Equation 1) and affected by flow rate and water v locity inlet (Tvinnereim and Skybakmoen, 1989; Oca and Mas aló, 2007a). The flow… 
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