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TheDarkChomp

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If friction in the pipes would be ignored, it would require the same amount of energy to supply air regardless of pipe distance correct?

SO how would one understand the properties of pipe friction on the compressed air? How would I figure out the energy required to keep pushing the air to meet the demand of 600 cubic feet per minute through 1.5 miles of piping?

Any insight would be appreciated, thanks in advance