I work with pressurized pipe systems, and so I'm looking for some equation that link water temperature and pressure. In other words, when water in a closed system is heated, it expands, and so the static pressure increases. A typical problem will be determining the resulting pressure in a piece of pipe if the water in it is heated from say 5 to 90 degrees. Any ideas?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Finding resulting pressure in a pipe when water is heated

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