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Water resources problem

  1. Sep 23, 2012 #1
    Hi I need help solving this problem, If anyone could help me it be great. Thanks

    The rate of flow in the pipe system is 0.05 m^3s. The pressure at point 1 is measure to be 260kpa. all the pipes are galvanized iron with roughness value of 0.15 mm. Determine the pressure at point 2. take the loss of coefficient for the sudden contraction as 0.05 and v= 1.141x10^-6 m^2/s

    Diameter pt1: 150mm
    Length pt1: 300m

    Diameter between pt1 and pt2: 270mm
    Length between pt1 and pt2: 250m

    Diameter pt2: 220mm
    Length pt2: 400m.
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