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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello,

If I have the following known variables:

- P1, Pressure of fluid entering the pipe = 50 psi

- L, Length of pipe = 10 in

- D, Diameter of pipe = 0.5 in

I want to learn how to calculate:

- P2, Pressure of fluid at the end of pipe.

- Q1, Volumetric flow rate of fluid entering pipe.

- Q2, Volumetric flow rate of fluid at the end of the pipe.

Fluid is water.

How can I calculate the pressure and volumetric flow rate at the end of the pipe? What assumptions can I use to get a basic value? The pipe diameter does not change. If I differentiate the volume of pipe over one second does this mean that my Q2 will be 1.96 in^3/s ?

Thanks

If I have the following known variables:

- P1, Pressure of fluid entering the pipe = 50 psi

- L, Length of pipe = 10 in

- D, Diameter of pipe = 0.5 in

I want to learn how to calculate:

- P2, Pressure of fluid at the end of pipe.

- Q1, Volumetric flow rate of fluid entering pipe.

- Q2, Volumetric flow rate of fluid at the end of the pipe.

Fluid is water.

How can I calculate the pressure and volumetric flow rate at the end of the pipe? What assumptions can I use to get a basic value? The pipe diameter does not change. If I differentiate the volume of pipe over one second does this mean that my Q2 will be 1.96 in^3/s ?

Thanks