This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

Exercise 1. The bath is initially empty. Water flows in through the tap at a variable rate (L/min) and flows out through the drain at a constant rate (30 L/min). The tap is controlled using a slider at 5 minute (300 second) intervals.

Exercise 2. The bath initially holds 100 L of water. Water flows in through the tap at a variable rate (L/min) and flows out through the drain at a constant rate (30 L/min). Control of the tap is pre-set.

This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

Exercise 2. The bath initially holds 100 L of water. Water flows in through the tap at a variable rate (L/min) and flows out through the drain at a constant rate (30 L/min). Control of the tap is pre-set.

This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

This model fills a bathtub, while outflow occurs at a flow determined by the volume of water (or pressure at outlet) of the bathtub. It could just as well be a dam or lake that is modeled.

Exercise 1. The bath is initially empty. Water flows in through the tap at a variable rate (L/min) and flows out through the drain at a constant rate (30 L/min). The tap is controlled using a slider at 5 minute (300 second) intervals.

Exercise 1. The bath is initially empty. Water flows in through the tap at a variable rate (L/min) and flows out through the drain at a constant rate (30 L/min). The tap is controlled using a slider at 5 minute (300 second) intervals.