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Bent pipe

  1. Apr 6, 2016 #1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
    this is a pipe where the water flow from low to high. assuming no friction loss (volume rate are constant at both inlet and outlet) , is the pressure at inlet = pressure at outlet ? p/s : inlet and inlet diameter are same

    2. Relevant equations

    3. The attempt at a solution
    my question is no .... because the outlet is somehow higher than inlet . can someone explain , please?

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  3. Apr 6, 2016 #2


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    Look up the Bernoulli equation, an energy balance that deals with this kind of thing.
  4. Apr 6, 2016 #3
    my answer is no .... because the outlet is somehow higher than inlet . is my ans correct ? this is because the pressure at lower point is higher , according to hρ g
    am i correct ?
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