### Estimate the loss coefficient k of the filter

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In Fig P6.101 a thick filter is being tested for losses. The flow rate in the pipe is 7 m3/min and the upstream pressure is 120 kPa. The fluid is air at 20°C. Using the water manometer reading, estimate the loss coefficient K of the filter,

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