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Helium flows through a 0.30-m-diameter horizontal pipe

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Problem 72

Helium flows through a 0.30-m-diameter horizontal pipe with a temperature of and a pressure of 200 kPa (abs) at a rate of 0.30 kg/s. If the pipe reduces to 0.25-m-diameter, determine the pressure difference between these two sections. Assume incompressible, inviscid flow.

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