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Compute the motor size required to pump 28.3 cms through a 3,050 m long, 3.66 m diameter pipeline to an upper reservoir 610 m above the lower reservoir. Use a friction facter of 0.02 and a pump efficiency of 80 percent. Compute the energy input to the motor, if the motor efficiency is 90 percent. Neglect minor losses.
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