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### Fourth Grade School Horsepower - revised 11-19-2010

Course: BRAE 433, Fall 2011
School: Cal Poly
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many Water H2O QUIZ How people are on Earth? a) 25,000 b) 36,000,000 c) 296,000,000 d) 6,500,000,000 Satellite Photo of the Earth at Night Answer: 6,500,000,000 QUIZ How many gallons of water to make a McDonalds Quarter Pounder? a) b) c) d) 1 60 600 6,000 Answer: 600 gallons It takes a lot of water to make hamburger California a Water North Horsepower - HP Water Engineering 101 Definition Horsepower -...

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many Water H2O QUIZ How people are on Earth? a) 25,000 b) 36,000,000 c) 296,000,000 d) 6,500,000,000 Satellite Photo of the Earth at Night Answer: 6,500,000,000 QUIZ How many gallons of water to make a McDonalds Quarter Pounder? a) b) c) d) 1 60 600 6,000 Answer: 600 gallons It takes a lot of water to make hamburger California a Water North Horsepower - HP Water Engineering 101 Definition Horsepower - HP A unit for measuring POWER 1 HP = 550 feet-pound/second Horsepower Math Water Pump Example: HP = Flow Rate x Pressure 3960 Horsepower Math HP = Flow Rate x Pressure 3960 HP = 4 GPM x 10 Feet = 0.01 HP 3960
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