|Sep17-09, 11:12 PM||#1|
velocity and pipe diameter
Im trying to figure this assignment question and I have hit hurdle. Can someone please help with figuring out what the velocity and pipe diameter will be??
In a plant 20m3(cubic)/h of water at 20 degrees C is to flow via gravity from a storage tank to another one. the difference in elevation is 15m and total pipe length is 50m.
I thought it would be 9.81 m/s because of gravity but that seems too fast.
Can someone please help.
Thanks in advance!
|Sep18-09, 12:12 PM||#2|
See your first thread.
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