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Water at a temperature of 35 °C is flowing steadily in a 2.5 mm diameter, 15-meter long tube at an average velocity of 0.60 m/sec. The cross-section is circular and the material is perfectly smooth. The flow can be considered fully developed. Find the pressure drop over the length of the tubing, Δ?

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