85-53=32--->..... 32 divided by 8 = ..... 4 gallons per minute.
haha, 65 gallons per minute. you must come up with harder trick questions.....
that's what she said
One family, quarter acre lot: 10-12 gallons per minute at 50 pounds per square inch.
The friction of the pipe, the viscosity of the liquad and the head pressure all contribute to the gallons per minute rate
There are alot of variables to this answer..psi etc.. but to give a basic answer 190 gallons
50.5 liquid gallons or 43.4 dry gallons.
4.483 US gallons per minute.
0 gallons per minute will flow threw any pipe at 0 psi.
Gallons per minute is the amount of gallons used or moved or saved for every minute of time that passes. If you wanted to calculate how many gallons were pumped through a water fountain every minute, you would measure this and divide the gallons by the minutes and get your "gallons per minute".
291 gpm if no restriction.
19, because It's magic.
6.23377 US gallons.
12.62 acre-inch contains 342,687.09 US gallons. (1 acre-inch is 27,154.3 gallons)
96 gallons per minute = about 363.4 liters per minute.
5 gallonsno more then 2,600 depending on pressure and friction lossesCheck out Hazen - Wlliams formula
2.727 gallons for each 1 inch of depth.