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1 2 TIME 140cm 40sec 130cm 42sec 3 120cm 46sec 4 110cm 56sec 5 100cm READING A READING B READING C Before (weight) After (weight) 322mm 196mm 312mm...

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TIME READING A READING B READING C 1 140cm 40sec Before (weight) 322mm 196mm 312mm After (weight) 322mm 196mm 313mm 2 130cm Before (weight) 310 203mm 302mm 42sec After (weight) 309mm 202mm 304mm 3 120cm Before (weight) 306mm 210mm 302mm 46sec After (weight) 302mm 213mm 296mm 4 110cm Before (weight) 300mm 220mm 294mm 56sec After (weight) 298mm 219mm 293mm 5 100cm Before (weight) 298mm 231mm 292mm After (weight) 297mm 229mm 290mm
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1. Obtain general details of devices, such as weights and cross-sectional areas; 2. Calculate the experimental mass flow rates and experimental volumetric flow rates; 3. Record the static pressure heads at different test points; 5. Calculate the theoretical volumetric flow rates and compare these theoretical values with the experimental values; 6. Discuss the static pressure head difference between point A and point C.
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