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A 40-m-long, 12-mm-diameter pipe with a friction factor of

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Problem 50

A 40-m-long, 12-mm-diameter pipe with a friction factor of 0.020 is used to siphon 30 C water from a tank as shown in Fig. P8.50. Determine the maximum value of h allowed if there isto be no cavitation within the hose. Neglect minor losses.

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Textbook: Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
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Author: Bruce Munson
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