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Given information: 1250 millimeters to be converted into meters. Calculation: 1 meter=1000...Shear pressure is most ordinarily connected to solids. Shear powers acting extraneously to a surface...Given:- Density of fluid and depth of fluid. In a fluid, if the fluid is stationary, the state of...Given information: Pressure (P) = 0.12 psiaPressure head (h) = 30.5 in of hgDiameter (D) = 12 in...Given: Package weight, w=258 N Specific weight of seawater, γf=10.05 kN/m3 ∑Fv=0=w+T−Fb...Given information: Volume flow rate given is 3.0gal/min First convert the volume flow rate...Given information: S.G. of oil=0.83 Pressure at point 1, P1= 74.6 psig Pressure at point 1, P2= 62.2...Given information: The diameter of the ductile iron pipe is 4 inand the volume flow rate is 0.20...Given: To consider the value 2-in schedule 40 steel pipe chart D=2.067in=0.1723ft, Kinematic...

Given information: For pipe 1: Outer Diameter D = 50 mm Pipe wall thickness t1= 2.4 mm Thus, Inner...Point A at tank surface: pAγ+zA+vA22g−hL=pBγ+zB+vB22g pA=0, vA=0 pB=γw[zA−zB] pB=γw[vB22g−hL]...First we have to find the head loss at point A and B on applying the energy equation....Given information: Factors to be considered when selecting a pump. When selecting a pump following...Given Information: Pipe diameter, D=300mm Hydraulic radius, R=AWP Here, A = cross sectional area WP...Introduction: Flow meter is used to measure the velocity of the flow, volume flow rate through the...Given information: Flow velocity of water V= 25m/s and diameter of nozzle d =75 mm. Calculation:...Given: Diameter, d = 25 mm Velocity, v = 0.15 m/s Length, l = 1 m Formula used: FD=CD(ρv22)A FD is...Given information: Volume flow rate in a pipe, Q= 2650 cfm Calculation: We know that,...Given information: Diameter of the duct, D=18in Rate of flow, Q=1000 cfm Length of the duct, L=75 ft...

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