I need to find the velocity within a pipe , I know the flow rate and diameter(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Flow rate =0.01

Diameter =90mm

Am I correct in thinking to use V =Q/A

Where A is found using A=pi/4 x D^2

Using this I got A =0.0064m but somehow this does not seem quite right to me

Can anybody please tell me where I am going wrong please

Thanks

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# Velocity in a pipe

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