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bernoulis equation??? help??
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Posted by: nick ward

03/01/2007, 11:48:00

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hi just wondering if anyone could help me with this question.

water flows upwards in a vertical pipe at the rate of 0.6m^3/s. a section of that pipe wih a length 0f 2m has lower and upper end diameters of 20cm and 10cm respectivley. neglect losses and calculate the pressure difference between the two ends.

im just begining thermodynamics and fluids class and struggling so could any of you guys provide some help solving this. thanks








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Posted by: sciyer

03/13/2007, 01:36:46

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