Find total capacity of each container, Physics

Containers in Illustrations C and D are identical

Each container is 3.25'w x 3.25'w  x 8.4'l

Total capacity of each container 88.725 cubic feet

Each container is filled with water @ 70F temperature

Air outside all containers is 70 F temperature 

Valve A is 16" inside diameter; Valve B is 2" inside diameter

Initially valve "A: is closed and valve "B" is open .

Water flow in this exercise is gravity flow only. No external pressure devices are involved

THIS STUDY IS TO DETERMINE RATE OF FLOW at different psi

PROBLEM:

How long will it take to empty container in Illustration C in seconds?

How long will it take to empty container in Illustration D in seconds?

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