In Part I of this work, we derived general asymptotic results for the three-dimensional flow-field and energy fluxes for flow within a tube whose walls perform prescribed small-amplitude periodic oscillations of high frequency and large axial wavelength. In this paper, we illustrate how these results can be applied to the case of flow through a finite-length axially non-uniform tube of elliptical cross-section --- a model of flow in a Starling resistor. The results of numerical simulations for three model problems (an axially uniform tube under pressure--flux and pressure--pressure boundary conditions, and an axially non-uniform tube with prescribed flux) are compared with the theoretical predictions made in Part I, each showing excellent agreement. When upstream and downstream pressures are prescribed, we show how the mean flux adjusts slowly under the action of Reynolds stresses using a multiple scale analysis. We test the asymptotic expressions obtained for the mean energy transfer E from the flow to the wall over a period of the motion. In particular, the critical point at which E=0 is predicted accurately: this point corresponds to energetically neutral oscillations, the condition for which is relevant to the onset of global instability in the Starling resistor.