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<x-flowed> On Feb 7, 2005, at 0:50, Russ Wolfe wrote:
This would only work if there was air to compress and "soak up" the
pulses I'm thinking. It's all filled with incompressible gasoline, so
how the fluctutions on the inlet side can be different than the ones on
the outlet side I don't know...
But, just look at the design of the diaphram. The sides of the diaphram at very flat compared to their diameter. They can flex in and out, therefore absorbing shock/pulses in the system.
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