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flumech2
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How do you find the velocity of fluid flow at one end of a vertical pipe due to a pressure difference?
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flumech2 Group Title
How do you find the velocity of fluid flow at one end of a vertical pipe due to a pressure difference?
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bernoulli's
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h is height difference
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just the vertical height difference, irrespective of shape
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post the full question
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pressure difference in both systems.
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iirc, change in pressure is equal to pgh, and equal to 0.5pv^2, you just need to find v\[\Large \Delta P = \rho g h = \frac{ 1 }{ 2 } \rho v ^2\]
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