5.) An old pipe, 600 mm I.D. and 1219m long, carries medium fuel oil at 30°C from A to B. The pressures at A and B are 393 kPa and 138 kPa respectively, and point B is 18.3 m above point A. Calculate the flow, using ∊ = 0.00049 m.
6.) A commercial solvent at 20°C flows from tank A to tank B through 152 m of new 150-mm asphalt-dipped cast iron pipe. The difference in elevation of the liquid levels is 7.0 m. The pipe projects into tank A, and two bends in the line cause a loss of 2 velocity heads. What flow will occur? Use ∊ = 0.00014 m.
7.) A 12-in-diameter new cast iron pipe is 1.0 mile long. Determine the discharge capacity of this pipe if the head loss is 24.5 ft using: a.) Hazen-Williams formula. b.) Manning formula.
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