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Lecture 12

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THE EQUATIONS TO BE SOLVED IN ALL PIPE-FLOW WITH FRICTION PROBLEMS

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CLASSROOM EXAMPLE PROBLEM- Oil at the rate of 50 gal/min is flowing steadily from tank A to tank B through 2000 ft of 3-in schedule 40 pipe. The oil density is 65 lbm/ft 3 and viscosity of 50 cP. The levels of the free surfaces are the same in both tanks. Tank B is vented to the atmosphere. What is the gauge pressure in tank A required to produce this flow rate? - steel-pipes-d_305.html 1 ft 3 = 7.48 gal cP = 6.72.10 -4 lbm/ft.s
CLASSROOM EXAMPLE PROBLEM- Water (density 62.3 lbm/ft3, viscosity 50 cP) a rate of 60 gal/min is flowing steadily from

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