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# When the pump shown in Fig. P8.88 adds 0.2 horsepowerto the flowing water, the pressures

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Problem 8.88

When the pump shown in Fig. P8.88 adds 0.2 horsepowerto the flowing water, the pressures indicated by the two gages areequal. Determine the flowrate.Length of pipe between gages = 60 ftPipe diameter = 0.1 ftPipe friction factor = 0.03Filter loss coeffi cient = 12

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