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Water flows in a 350-mm-diameter pipe at the rate of 600 liters per second. The pipe...

Water flows in a 350-mm-diameter pipe at the rate of 600 liters per second. The pipe has a length of 64 m. Compute the head loss:

Using Darcy-Weisbach formula with f =0.028.

Using Hazen-William’s formula with C1 = 92.

Using Manning’s formula with n = 0.012.

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