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When is the flow through a control volume steady?

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The flow through a control volume is considered steady when the total mass\textbf{total mass} contained inside of the control volume is constant\textbf{ constant}. In that case we are not interested in the total mass that flow through the control volume but rather we observe the mass transfer rate, the amount of mass that is transferred in a unit of time.

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