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I am trying to work out the initial velocity of dry air, through a 3" opening in a pressurized tank (150 psi).

I thought I should use Bernoulli's eq. as a start: P=1/2*rho*V^2 by changing the formula to give velocity, V = sqrt(P*2/rho)

Then I realized there was no time value in the result.

I'm sure this is a pretty lame question but any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

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# Initial velocity of air from tank

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