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Need help with this as soon as possible please (fluid flow in pipes)

  1. Apr 28, 2010 #1
    need help with this!! as soon as possible please (fluid flow in pipes)

    here is my Q am facing a problem with i don't know how to start and i have to hand it in at 9 a.m

    Q: In a chemical processing plant, a fluid (Benzene) must be delivered to point B with a pressure of 550 kPa. A pump is located at point A 21 m below point B, and the two points are connected by 240 m of plastic pipe (smooth pipe) having an inside diameter of 50 mm. If the volume flow rate is 110 L/min, calculate the required pressure at the outlet of the pump.
    Take relative density of benzene  = 0.86 and its viscosity  = 4.2 x 10-4 Pa.s

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  3. Apr 28, 2010 #2
    Re: need help with this!! as soon as possible please (fluid flow in pipes)

    plzz guys help i tried to come up with something, but nothin came up =(

    i know the rule is u don't do ours homework, but this time am stuck i don't know how to start and continue with it , so plzz help
     
  4. Apr 29, 2010 #3
    Re: need help with this!! as soon as possible please (fluid flow in pipes)

    no one can could answer it !!!

    am waiting =(
     
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