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# The 12-in.-diameter hose shown in Fig. P8.68 can withstanda maximum pressure of 200 psi

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Problem 8.68

The 12-in.-diameter hose shown in Fig. P8.68 can withstanda maximum pressure of 200 psi without rupturing. Determine themaximum length, , allowed if the friction factor is 0.022 and theflowrate is 0.010 cfs. Neglect minor losses.

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