| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| William A. Morrison - Steam 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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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