## Fire hydraulics |

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1.4 AREAS AND VOLUMES The need to

the practice of fire fighting. For example, when the diameter of a nozzle or a hose

is known, the cross-sectional area through which the water is flowing may have ...

1.4 AREAS AND VOLUMES The need to

**determine**surface areas arises often inthe practice of fire fighting. For example, when the diameter of a nozzle or a hose

is known, the cross-sectional area through which the water is flowing may have ...

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5.5 THE LAW OF CONSERVATION The science of hydraulics is primarily

concerned with

circumstances. In most practical applications, as in the flow of water in pipes and

in ...

5.5 THE LAW OF CONSERVATION The science of hydraulics is primarily

concerned with

**determining**the magnitude of the energy loss, hi , under variouscircumstances. In most practical applications, as in the flow of water in pipes and

in ...

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[6.93 ft] 6.2 With C = 120,

pipe using the Hazen-Williams nomogram when the energy loss through the pipe

is 50 ft. [330 gpm] 6.3 Using the traditional formula,

[6.93 ft] 6.2 With C = 120,

**determine**the discharge in a 4-in. diameter, 800-ft longpipe using the Hazen-Williams nomogram when the energy loss through the pipe

is 50 ft. [330 gpm] 6.3 Using the traditional formula,

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### Contents

MATHEMATICS FUNDAMENTALS | 2 |

THE BASICS OF COMBUSTION | 28 |

PROPERTIES OF WATER | 46 |

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