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Approach To get a better understanding of the siphoning process, a couple experiments were conducted. Using clear tubing, the liquid was transferred from one bucket to another, at different heights. The experiment was conducted with two different height differences and two different types of liquid. We used the 3/8” ID clear aquarium tubing, water with kool-aid to show the movement of the
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Unformatted text preview: fluid, and cooking oil. The distance between the peak of the tubing and the opening of the tubing into the fluid, as well as the distance between the peak of the tubing and the exit of the fluid, were measured, as well as the amount of fluid being transferred. The siphoning process was timed, to get the volume flow rate, and using the continuity equation, the velocity was determined....
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