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Lecture 13

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Fittings: Adjusted length = actual pipe length + equivalent length for fittings Resistance coefficient (K) is related through F = K V 2 /2 Equivalent length= L/D Valves: ? v=txDANNh4_ME ? v=9h4YcBLTJJ8 ? v=voXKtQAeRa4 Ball valve Gate valve Safety relief valve

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CLASSROOM EXAMPLE PROBLEM- Water (density 62.3 lbm/ft3, viscosity 50 cP) a rate of 60 gal/min is flowing steadily from tank-A to tank-B through a 3000 ft sch 40 commercial steel pipe 3 inch in diameter. The
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