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Problem 122

A 2.5-in.-diameter flow nozzle meter is installed in a 3.8- in.-diameter pipe that carries water at 160 F. If the airwater manometer used to measure the pressure difference across the meter indicates a reading of 3.1 ft, determine the flowrate.

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