Finding diameter in a piping system

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Homework Statement



I am trying to find the diameter of two types of pipe in this system


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## \frac{p_1}{y} + \frac{V_1}{2g} + z_1 = \frac{p_2}{γ} + \frac{V_2}{2g} + z_2 + \frac{V_2}{2g} [ \frac{fL}{D} + K ]##

The Attempt at a Solution


The only flow rate I'm given is the one where each reactor would be at maximum heat load. Should I use that in the equation above to get the diameters?
 

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Can you please provide an actual problem statement? Put yourself in our place. Did you really think we could figure out what you were talking about?

Chet
 
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Can you please provide an actual problem statement? Put yourself in our place. Did you really think we could figure out what you were talking about?

Chet

edit: actually its ok, I got it now
 

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