1. Good day to all. Would appreciate all your help for my understanding please. I am quite new to this topic of fluid dynamics. a) Say i have a 1200mm pipe which eventually serves a main distribution network. However, I will close the valve to the distribution and allows the water to flow via a 300mm tee-off from this main pipe. How will pressure and flow rate change when water flows in this 300mm pipe? b) Is there a pressure limit on the pipe? i.e. how much pressure the pipe can withstand? From my understanding using Bernoulli's, a smaller area will result in a higher velocity as flow rate must be the same in both pipes hence a greater velocity in the 300mm pipe will equate to a smaller pressure in the 300mm pipe is that right? c) Now say i want to increase the flow rate (by using more pumps supplying the water). How can i achieve this? My layman understanding is that the 300mm pipe cannot withstand a higher pressure due to this increase in flow through the pipe. Will there be a higher pressure in this case? I am thinking that we can increase the size of the pipe, or add another pipe that tee-offs from the main 1200mm pipe. I appreciate all and any help on this please. Thank you all so much! 2. Benoulli's Eqn, Conservation of flow... are these even the correct eqns to use? 3. Pretty much as in the problem statement, my understanding is that the higher flow will result in a higher pressure as well. Is that right to begin with?