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Old Sep 29th 2009, 12:41 PM   #1
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A pipe with a diameter of 102 mm, carries 68 m^3/h of water at a pressure of 4 bar. Determine: (a) the pressure head in meters of water column, (b) loading speed and (c) the full load using as reference the plane located 6,1 m below the pipe

Answer:
42,1m; 0,28m; 39,3m
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A pipe with a diameter of 102 mm, carries 68 m^3/h of water at a pressure of 4 bar. Determine: (a) the pressure head in meters of water column, (b) loading speed and (c) the full load using as reference the plane located 6,1 m below the pipe

Answer:
42,1m; 0,28m; 39,3m
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