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Hope you can help me with the following practical problem I am facing right now. I plan to build a pipe system in which ethanol (vapor/liquid) is being conducted at pressures from 1 atm to 10^(-2) atm. What would the minimum pipe wall thickness be if the pipe material was

a) copper

b) Aluminum

Hope for your help!

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# How to calculate the minimum pipe wall thickness in this scenario

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