Applied Fluid Mechanics (7th Edition)
Applied Fluid Mechanics (7th Edition)
7th Edition
ISBN: 9780132558921
Author: Robert L. Mott, Joseph A. Untener
Publisher: PEARSON
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Chapter 11, Problem 11.11PP

Water at 15 ° C is flowing downward in a vertical tube 7.5   m long. The pressure is 550   k P a at the top and 585   k P a at the bottom. A ball-type check valve is installed near the bottom. The hydraulic tube is drawn steel, with a 32 mm OD and a 2.0 mm wall thickness. Compute the volume flow rate of the water.

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