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What is the velocity of water given the following?

Water (specific gravity 1.02; viscosity 0.0102 grams per centimeter second) is pumped through 0.4 meter diameter pipe. If the Reynolds number is 14,600 for the system, determine the velocity of the
water in units of meters per second.
The velocity of the water is
m/s. (Round your answer to three decimal places.)
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Transcribed Image Text:Water (specific gravity 1.02; viscosity 0.0102 grams per centimeter second) is pumped through 0.4 meter diameter pipe. If the Reynolds number is 14,600 for the system, determine the velocity of the water in units of meters per second. The velocity of the water is m/s. (Round your answer to three decimal places.)
Velocity
of fluid
Density
of fluid
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Re
Diameter
of pipe
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Dynamic Viscosity
of fluid
Reynolds Number
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Transcribed Image Text:Velocity of fluid Density of fluid pVD Re Diameter of pipe и Dynamic Viscosity of fluid Reynolds Number
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