How much water can go through a 1inch pipe?
depends on the pressure pushing through the pipe
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Answer . \nThey grey pipe you are referring too is polybutylene, it was the subject of one of the largest class action lawsuits in plumbing history and is no longer used. Transition to a different pipe depends on the method used for installation. This job may involve a considerable amount of rep…iping I recommend calling a licensed plumber. Check the polybutylene class action settlement to see if you qualify. The dates for most of the settlement relief is already past. (MORE)
Answer . Some hot water systems are designed to give you instant hot water. This is achieved by using a small pump to constantly circulate hot water through the pipes in your home. If you have an instant hot water system and you want to check to see if this is the source of the running water, …find the hot water circulating pump (probably in the vicinity and downstream of the hot water heater) and turn it off. If you still hear water circulating, you should check further as you may have a leak in the cold water system. Hope that helps. (MORE)
you will need to drain the storage tank . Answer . First, you turn the water off at the main, then turn on all the faucets and let them drain until there is not any water coming out. The absence of water will prevent their freezing. .
What is the safe working pressure on a 4 welded seamed pipe with 4 NPT threads Wall thickness of pipe is .188.Water is going through the pipe.?
Depending on type of pipe and how it is welded I know it should 150 p.s.i. Probably more but without knowing all the variables it's hard to say for sure.. Depending on type of pipe and how it is welded I know it should 150 p.s.i. Probably more but without knowing all the variables it's hard to say …for sure. (MORE)
More info is needed. What is the elevation of the bottom of the tank relative to the outlet of the 14" pipe? How much liquid is in the tank, and what are the tank dimensions? What is the shape of the tank (cone, vertical, horizontal, sphere?) How many fittings (elbows, turns, half-open valv…es etc.) are along the length of the pipe? How much pressure is being applied to the surface of the liquid in the tank or is it open to the atmosphere? Try this formula for a vertical tank with straight sides open to the atmosphere: t = pi * D 2 / Cd / A *sqrt (h / 8 / G) where t = time in seconds pi = 3.14 D = tank diameter (feet) Cd = orifice coefficient (use 0.61 for a sharp edge orifice) A = cross-sectional area of outlet pipe (square feet; A = pi * pipe diameter 2 / 4) h = height of liquid in tank plus height of bottom of tank above pipe outlet (feet) G = gravitational acceleration (32.2 ft/sec 2 ) (MORE)
Well if you reduce the area of the pipe at the end, or anywhere else on the pipe for that matter, you are restricting the flow and it will be reduced. How much reduction depends partly on the water pressure available
when you swallow it, it goes down your eusoghaphogus (or however you spell it), through your intestines, and into your stomach, where its digested into pee
Yes, since boats do not drift off into space.. Water also contributes to gravity, part of the reason the Moon is boosted to ever higher orbits by tides.
Funny Not really usually but if you do, then you have yourself really thin pipes. Its not that its a problem, its just that your pipes are thin and not that thick. I f i were you i would get myself some thick pipes
Water does not go threw the groung because the particles are solid. What happens is the water passes threw open air pockets threw out the ground. It enters an aquifer.
No it can not go through your skin but can get soaked up. It can yes. Your epidermis has keratin which reduces the lose or gain of fluid through your skin. Depending on you external environment fluid lose or gain may vary.
You need to know both length and circumference of the inside part of the pipe.
Absolutely! Electric energy, kinetic energy, sound waves, light waves, heat ... all kinds of energy travel very well through water.
I have a swimming pool and is heated it has just been replaced with copper pipe I am worried about the chlorine water going through copper pipe and into the pool should i be worried about a reaction?
The only negative reaction you might have is from pool water being unbalanced. When the pH is low the water is corrosive and may cause damage to copper pipes. There are no "reactions" with chlorine.
Yes, and there it is absorbed by the cells throughout the body which also detoxifies your body. The excess water is disposed through the urethra.
Depends on many factors, such as smoothness of pipe, hydrostatic head, etc. But you can expect anywhere from 50 gal/min to 150 gal/min.
Volume of a cylinder = Pi x radius squared x height. Divide by 231 to determine gallons. 4.08 gallons.
Assuming the tank is full, the 'head', or pressure expressed in feet of water, is 50 feet at the bottom of the tank.. Water weighs 62.4 lb/ft^3. At 50 ft, the pressure is 62.4 X 50 = 3120 lb/ft^2. In lb/in^2, or PSI, the pressure would be 3120/144 = 21.7 PSI, since there are 144 square inches in on…e square foot.. The 4 inch pipe size is irrelevant, unless the water from the tank is flowing through the pipe, the pipe is long, and you are interested in the pressure at the end of the pipe. But you would need more information for that, such as the length of the pipe, the details of any elbows or restrictions, etc. (MORE)
Water flows through a circular pipe of internal diameter 3cm at a speed of 10 cms If the pipe is full how much water flows from the pipe in one minute?
Cross-sectional area of pipe is Ï(1.5)Â² = 7.07 cmÂ² that means the flow is 10 cm/s x 7.07 cmÂ² = 70.7 cmÂ³/s 70.7 cmÂ³/s x 60 sec = 4240 cmÂ³ or 4.24 Liter
The water is forces through the community's water pipes either by gravity from the reservoirs and water treatment plants, or is pumped to reach higher levels.
im not shure what water can go through but salt can not but if you leave salt water in the sun or mainly if you just leave it somewhere, the water will evaporate but the salt won't.
That would also depend on the length of the pipe, and on how fast you want the water to move. If you are in no hurry, even the slightest pressure will be enough to push the water through the pipe. That would also depend on the length of the pipe, and on how fast you want the water to move. If you a…re in no hurry, even the slightest pressure will be enough to push the water through the pipe. That would also depend on the length of the pipe, and on how fast you want the water to move. If you are in no hurry, even the slightest pressure will be enough to push the water through the pipe. That would also depend on the length of the pipe, and on how fast you want the water to move. If you are in no hurry, even the slightest pressure will be enough to push the water through the pipe. (MORE)
Is there any instrument that can give how much water is flowing in a minute through 1 pipe at normal atmospheric condition?
venturimeter, orificemeter are some of the instruments used to measure the flow rate in pipe.
Inch is a measure of length, kilogram is a measure of mass. It doesn't make sense to convert one to the other.\n Inch is a measure of length, kilogram is a measure of mass. It doesn't make sense to convert one to the other.\n Inch is a measure of length, kilogram is a measure of mass. It doesn't m…ake sense to convert one to the other.\n Inch is a measure of length, kilogram is a measure of mass. It doesn't make sense to convert one to the other.\n (MORE)
The Entry to the Factory Open the large pipe using the crowbar. Slip past the trapdoors by crossing them quickly, but one at a time. To pass the rat, enter the curved pipe at the top. The Vent System The vent system connects the three major rooms in the Carrot Cake factory. You will need the blu…eprint from the window on the factory roof. Once you reach the vents, you need the password from the Printing Room (upper right side) and the rest of the action takes place in the Processing Room (lower left side). You must free the drone slaves from their Rabbot Ears and face Dr. Hare to stop his plans. (MORE)
glass is actually very porous and has very tiny nooks and crannies.The reason is that you need a hole ro make it go through
Water can, and does, move through the pores of human skin. Sweat (mostly water) is excreted (out) through skin pores. Additionally, some water is absorbed (in) through the skin pores. However, most water that is absorbed through the skin, enters through the stratum corneum , the outermost layer of …the skin. This is what makes skin pruney , when a long time is spent in the water. Human skin can absorb a wide variety of other chemicals, as well. This is why the delivery of some medications is accomplished using a patch . (MORE)
That depends on the pressure behind the flow, and on the length of time the flow is allowed to continue.
Yes sound can go through water because when you say hi under water you are producing air buble that make sound.
aha macha repeat kaluda kasmslam nai pani paradasi mutal edhu kuda theriyada unaku this answer is by santhosh anbu ---> Lead is toxic to humans, the water could have trace levels of lead in it.
Lead pipes can be eroded by water and if there is lead in the water there is a possibility of lead poisoning Any metal including non ferrous metal piping can be "eroded" if the velocity is excessive and the condition of the water supply is corrosive Lead pipe has been in service for over 1,00…0 years and yet people survived Lead is still great for many types of acid waste and water mains made of lead after a few years have a protective oxidation that limits the leaching of lead into the water. There are many other pollutants in the air, water and work and home environment that cause major health problems BUT many Wacko's on the left coast try to regulate everything. A normal person if they are concerned about piping such as copper leaching into the water supply can just add a point of use heavy metal filter NOT try to ban copper /lead and God knows what else Years ago people drank wine from lead goblets and that caused the lead poisoning. Many plastics are a lot more toxic then lead and they do leach into the water supply causing all types of cancers.. I wonder how many people were exposed to lead when cars were being painted or bridges sand blasted? Lead is an amazing material when used properly for its corrosion resistant ability (MORE)
Of course if someone did not install a return bend or a vandal proof cap
The most direct way, if you know the location of the leak, is to collect the water over a measured amount of time...say one hour... and then measure the actual amount of water collected. You will then know how much water you are losing per hour, and you can calculate how much you will lose over long…er or shorter periods of time. For instance, if you lost 1 gallon in 1 hour, you will lose 3 gallons in 3 hours, or 1/2 gallon in 1/2 hour. If you cannot locate the actual leak, you will need to determine how much water enters the pipe at the source, and then measure the amount of water exiting the pipe at the other end. The difference will be the amount lost, and you can do the same sort of calculations. (MORE)
The light will change directions (to be closer to the normal) once it hits the water. This is known as refraction which is a property of light. In this case, you have 2 media (plural form of medium). The two are air and water. . The reason it changes direction is because air allows a different …speed of light than water. Water is denser which is why light can't travel as fast. This change in the speed of light is what causes the light to change direction once it hits the water. . In conclusion, after light hits the water, it will change directions (to be closer to the normal) due to the fact that the medium is changed (from air to water) which results in a change in the speed of light. . (MORE)
Pipe is often specified as inside diameter. 2 inch pipe has a 1 inch radius. Assume that the section of pipe is completely full of water. Cross sectional area = pi*r 2 = approx (3.14)*(1 in) 2 = 3.14 in 2 . 1 ft = 12 in, so (12 in)*(3.14 in 2 ) = 37.68 in 3 , which with 231 in 3 in a gallon… is about 0.16 gallons, or about 21 fluid ounces. (MORE)
go and tell rigg can i go through the service pipes i am on a secret mission to stop he castle freom flooding
If it is a copper or metal pipe, tap the pipe gentle with a something metal (screw driver/small wrench ect...) If the pipe makes aecho sound it is empty, if the pipe has water in it, It will notecho. this also works with pro pain bottles and other metal objects
Pi*L*D^2 /4 3.1415*(100*12)*.75^2 /4 ^feet to inches =530.128 cubic inches 530 cu in. * (1oz/1.80cu in) =294.5 fl oz. /128= 2.3 gallons
A1 . Being 2.54x2.54x2.54 cm 3 it must weigh 2.54x2.54x2.54 grams. A2 . And as you know, a gallon of water weighs 10 lbs, and there are 6.25 gallons of water in a cubic foot. And a cubic foot contains 12^3 cubic inches = 1728 cu in. So we have more than enough data, so a cubic inch is 1/1728… of a cubic foot, and a cubic foot weighs 62.5 lbs. So just divide 62.5 by 1728, and there is your answer. Unless of course, you don't use an imperial gallon, in which case you'll appreciate the increasingly broad acceptance of SI units. And accept A1 above. (MORE)
Any gas that does not substantially dissolve in or react with water can pass through it. This group includes air (except for its carbon dioxide content), all the noble gases, and all the hydrocarbon gases.
ANSWER: the area of the 100mm (10cm) pipe is pi times it's radius squared which equals 78.5 square cms.The length is 6 metre, which is 600 cms. Therefore the volume in the pipe is 600 x 78.5 cubic centimeters which is 47,100 cc's. A thousand cc's is equal to one Litre. Your answer is 47.1 Litre.
Not very much at all. When the "start" of the water flow hits the end point it will be very low; but the weight if the water itsself will be very high.
Do you not think it might depend on how wide the pipe is? Perhaps it would be helpful if you provided that critical bit of information!
Volume of a cylinder = (pi) x (radius) 2 x (length) Volume of the pipe section = (pi) x (0.625) 2 x (240) = 294.52 cubic inches = 1.275 gallons (rounded) That's the volume of the pipe . We have no way to know how much water is in it, or whether it's half-full of something else, or wheth…er it's empty etc. (MORE)
The volume of any cylinder is (pi) x (radius) 2 x (length) . The biggest part of working with this one is getting the units all consistent. Radius = 1 / 2 the diameter = 7 inches = 7 / 12 foot 1 mile = 5,280 feet 4 miles = 21,120 feet Volume = (pi) x ( 7 / 12 ) 2 x (21,120) = 22,…577.579 cubic feet (rounded) That's the volume of the pipe. I have no way of knowing how much water may be in it, and I suspect maybe you don't either. A pipe 4 miles long may have who-knows- how-much mud, air, stones, bugs, mice, acorns, fish etc. in it. That volume, incidentally, is the same as 168,892 gallons. (rounded) (MORE)
The capacity of a pipe with a 54 inch inner diameter and a length of 120000 inches is 1,099,306,101 cubic inches, approx = 636,173 cu feet. There may or may not be any water in the pipe!
The volume of a cylinder is (pi) x (radius) 2 x (length) Radius of this pipe = 10 inches Length of this pipe = 7,000 ft = 84,000 inches Volume = (pi) x (10) 2 x (84,000) = . 26,389,378.3 cubic inches = . 15,271.6 cubic feet = . 114,239.7 gallons . That's the volume of the pipe.… I have no way to know how much water may be in it. It could be empty, half full of water, 2 / 3 full of mice, coal slurry, crude oil, soybeans, etc. (MORE)
The volume of the pipe is 0.2078 gallon per foot of length. I have no idea how much water might be in it.
It's easier to find an exposed section of pipe and cut it out, remove sediment and replace pipe.
What as it freezes expands. The pipe will become blocked by theice, water will cease to flow. In extreme circumstances teh pipecan split at the site where teh freezing water expands. Thenfollowing a thaw water flows again and we have a leak at thefracture site