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Get Full Access to Fundamentals Of Fluid Mechanics - 8 Edition - Chapter 8.5.2 - Problem 8.110
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A 10-m-long, 5.042-cm I.D. copper pipe has two fully opengate valves, a swing check

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Problem 8.110

A 10-m-long, 5.042-cm I.D. copper pipe has two fully opengate valves, a swing check valve, and a sudden enlargement to a9.919-cm I.D. copper pipe. The 9.919 cm copper pipe is 5.0 mlong and then has a sudden contraction to another 5.042-cm copperpipe. Find the head loss for a 20 C water flow rate of 0.05 m3/s.

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Biology Lecture Notes  To multiply, add exponents  To divide, subtract exponents Dissociations: examples: Assume those are full dissociations  Strong Acids  1.0mM HCl 1.0mM H + 1.0mM Cl­ +  Strong Base  1.0mM NaOH 1.0mM Na + 1.0mM OH­  Ionic 1.0mM NaCl  1.0mM Na + 1.0mM Cl­  HCL is a strong acid it fully ionizes in water  this lowers the pH  NaOH is a strong base  It accepts H  this raises the pH  Weak acids ex: water, Not all the acid molecules dissociates into ions pH: pH is way to express [H ] [H+] means concentration of hydrogen ions, also called protons pH= ­log [H+]  As [H ] goes up, the pH goes down +  As [H ] g

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