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Kostas Filippakis wrote at 2013-07-07 12:00:49
I believe its actually much simpler ... The explanation is the diameter of the tap which increases after valve. The length is enough to "reduce" the pressure observed (maybe with some boundaries explanations) .... it means that.... if you have a spare tap cut it immediately after valve to get the point and send what you observed.  


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