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Old Apr 24th 2016, 04:46 AM   #1
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Flow rate in different pipe diameters

Hello,

I need to calculate the flow rate of fluid at the end of the series of pipes with different diameters.

I know the pressure head and the density of the fluid.

Could anyone help me on how should I approach with this problem.
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