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Water (68 F)' kg/cm2 ft water (68 F)' ~n mercury (32 F ) t rnm mercury (32F)t Bars t . . . ft2 . . . 000479 Ibi~n" Atmospheres . 8650 28 959 1 01325 0 98067 kg/cm2 . . . 88115 0 029839 In. 03937 0 001333 Bars3 . . . 8692 ....... In. water' ft water' .... . . . t mercury at 32F (OC) Water at 68F (20C) Courtesy of Crane Co.. 310 Note-gpm and gal per 24 hr glven to the nearest whole number The value 7 48 gallons equals 1 cu ft is used In calculattng above table 2- 7 INGERSOLLRAND CAMERON HYDRAULIC DATA FLOW THROUGH ORIFICES AND NOZZLES Approximate discharge through orifice or nozzle.
8-111) Sudden enlargement (pg. 35 = 295 ft Add a reasonable safety factor to allow for any abnormal condition of pipe's interior or surface (see page 3-5). d m 9 - " - 9 C I , q - r i lfoorly (liagrarn cz rn F . il C o p y n ~ h t 1971 by Mctiraa-H111 Book C i # m p a n > . in feet. (V 1. 9 123 138 154 171 189 . ll Note- No allowance has been made for age, dlfference In d~ameter,or any abnormal cond~tionof interior surface.
For pipes with other absolute roughness parameters see the following table. 03 ' Basis data from Hydraulic Institute Engineering Data Book. To obtain friction loss in pipes having other roughness parameters, the applicable friction factor can be obtained from the Moody chart on page 3-11 and then, if desired, checked for accuracy with the Colebrook formula. In using the Moody chart on page 3-11 the relative roughness (€ID) is used where "E" is the absolute roughness in feet and "D" is the pipe diameter in feet.
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