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" At first the valve is closed and all the water is in tank A. Thus, the water pressure across the valve is at maximum. When the valve is opened, the water flows through the pipe from A to B until the water level becomes the same in both tanks. The water... "
Practical Electrical Equipment and Installations in Hazardous Areas - Page 15
by Geoffrey Bottrill, Derek Cheyne, G Vijayaraghavan - 2005 - 424 pages
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Electricity: Fundamentals for the Water and Wastewater Maintenance Operator

Frank R. Spellman, Joanne Drinan - Technology & Engineering - 2000 - 269 pages
...explained. Consider the water tanks shown in Figure 1 .12 — two water tanks connected by a pipe and valve. At first, the valve is closed, and all the water is...there is no longer a difference in water pressure (difference in potential) between the two tanks. Tank A Tank B Figure 1.12 Water analogy of electric...
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Handbook of Basic Electricity

Max Fogiel, Research and Education Association, U S Naval Personnel - Education - 2002 - 496 pages
...analogy of this action is shown in the two water tanks connected by a pipe and valve in figure 2-19. At first the valve is closed and all the water is...difference in water pressure between the two tanks. TANK A TANK B BE. 20 Figure 2-19.— Water analogy of electric difference in potential. Current flow...
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Handbook of Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations

Frank R. Spellman - Technology & Engineering - 2004 - 696 pages
...Consider the water tanks shown in Figure 6. 1 1 — two water tanks connected by a pipe and valve. At first, the valve is closed and all the water is...A. Thus, the water pressure across the valve is at its maximum. When the valve is opened, the water flows through the pipe from A to B until the water...
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