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" To find the head which will produce a given velocity of water through a pipe of a given diameter and length: Multiply the square of the velocity, expressed in feet per second, by the length of pipe multiplied by the quotient obtained by dividing 13.9... "
Practical hand book for millwrights describing the practical planning and ... - Page 413
by Calvin Franklin Swingle - 1913 - 432 pages
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The Computist's Manual of Facts: And Merchant's and Mechanic's Calculator ...

Ezra S. Winslow - Mechanical engineering - 1853 - 252 pages
...diameter. RULE. — Multiply the square of the required velocity, in feet, per second, by the length of the pipe multiplied by the quotient obtained by dividing...the diameter of the pipe in inches, and divide the product thus obtained by 2500 ; the quotient will be the head in feet. EXAMPLE. — The length of a...
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The Foreign and Domestic Commercial Calculator; Or, A Complete Library of ...

Ezra S. Winslow - Business mathematics - 1867 - 220 pages
...diameter. RULE. — Multiply the square of the required velocity, in feet, per second, by the length of the pipe multiplied by the quotient obtained by dividing...the diameter of the pipe in inches, and divide the product thus obtained by 2500 ; the quotient will be the head in feet. EXAMPLE.—The length of a pipe...
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THE UNIVERSAL MODERN CAMBIST, AND FOREIGN AND DOMSESTIC COMMERCIAL ...

E. S. WINSLOW - 1872
...Multiply the square of the required velocity, in feet, per second, by the length of the pipe multiplied hy the quotient obtained, by dividing 13.9 by the diameter of the pipe in inches, and divide the product thus obtained by 2500 ; the quotient will be the head in feet, EXAMPLE. — The length of a...
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Morrison's practical engineer and mechanics' guide: containing a glance at ...

William A. Morrison - Technology & Engineering - 1887 - 172 pages
...velocity, in feet, per second, by the length of the pipe multiplied by the quotient obtained Individing 13.9 by the diameter of the pipe in inches, and divide the product thus obtained by 2500 ; the quotient will be the head in feet. EXAMPLE.— The length of a...
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Morrison's Practical Engineer and Mechanics' Guide

William A. Morrison - Steam engineering - 1895 - 144 pages
...RULE. — Multiply the square of the required velocit}', in feet, per second, by the length of the pipe multiplied by the quotient obtained by dividing...the diameter of the pipe in inches, and divide the product thus obtained by 2500; the quotient will be the head in feet. EXAMPLE. — The length of a...
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Practical Up-to-date Plumbing

George B. Clow - Plumbing - 1906 - 264 pages
................... 7.48 US gallons Liquid Measure. 4 Gills make 1 Pint 4 Quarts make 1 Gallon 2 Pints make 1 Quart 31% Gals, make 1 Barrel To find the area of a rectangle,...be secured to produce a flow of 3 feet per second? 3X3=9; 13.9-r4=3.475. 9X1,200X3.475=37,530. 37,530--2,500=15 ft. To find the velocity of water flowing...
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Questions and Answers on the Practice and Theory of Sanitary Plumbing

Robert Macy Starbuck - Plumbing - 1906 - 152 pages
...the quantity in cubic feet per minute by .96. The result equals the diameter of the pipe in inches. To find the head which will produce a given velocity...be secured to produce a flow of 3 feet per second? 3X3=9: i3-9-H4=3-4759X1,200X3475=37,530. 37,530-H2,5oo=i5 ft. Doubling the diameter of a pipe increases...
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Questions and Answers on the Practices and Theory of Sanitary Plumbing

Robert Macy Starbuck - Plumbing - 1909
...— What thickness should half-inch pipe have for a head of 50 ft? 50x.50 =25. 25 -5-750 =.033 inch. To find the head which will produce a given velocity...2,500. The final amount will give the head in feet. Exampje. — The horizontal length of pipe is 1,200 feet, and the diameter is 4 inches. What head must...
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Practical Up-to-date Plumbing

George B. Clow - Plumbing - 1914 - 340 pages
...Quart 31 1/2 Gals, make 1 Barrel To find the area of a rectangle, multiply the length by the breadth. To find the circumference of a circle, multiply the...2,500. The final amount will give the head in feet. 1,200 feet, and the diameter is 4 inches. What head must be secured to produce a flow of 3 feet per...
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