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# According to fire regulations in a town, the pressure drop ina commercial steel

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Problem 8.70

According to fire regulations in a town, the pressure drop ina commercial steel horizontal pipe must not exceed 1.0 psi per 150ft of pipe for flowrates up to 500 gal/min. If the water temperatureis above 50 F, can a 6-in.-diameter pipe be used?

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GLUT 1 Transporter Will move glucose, but wont move fructose, D-glucose, but not L-glucose This is because it can tell the difference between D vs L Features of Carrier Proteins -specific -passive -can't increase rate of diffusion - can be inhibited Coupled transport One solute goes with their gradient, while the other goes against their gradient Sodium Potassium Pump - The first pump discovered - Only in animal cells - Moves 3 Na+ out and 2 K+ in - coupled to the hydrolysis of ATP: Change shape by the addition of a phosphate Significance of Sodium Potassium Pump - Consumes 1/3 of energy: contributor to basal metabolic rate. - Helps maintain a gradient that cells can use to move other molecules - AKA Na is high on the outside, is involved as a co-transport molecules, and the need for Na+ to come in can allow other molecules to come in as well. Ca 2+ and ATPase Pump - Muscle Cells in Animals - calcium binds to ATPase and aspartic acid -aspartic acid gets phosphorylated and 2 Ca+ ions are allowed to go through Ion pumps in general.. allow cells to concentrate certain substances or set up gradients that can be used to drive other processes Uniport down gradient, no energy, passive Symport coupled transport, coming in the same direction, one goes against concentration gradient, one goes with concentration gradient Anti-port Coupled transport, moving in opposite directions Glucose Transport across Gut Lining -Using Na+ glucose get transported through by symport -easy to get through basal lateral stage because the gradient is down Animal vs Plants Membrane Transport Pl

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