The gauge pressure, Physics

The water supply of a building is fed by a main pipe 6.00cm in diameter. A 2.00cm diameter tap is located 2.00m above the main pipe. When the tap is turned on it fills a 25.0L container in 30.0s if no other taps are turned on at the similar time.

a) What is the speed at which the water leaves the tap?

b) What is the gauge pressure in the 6cm main pipe?

Posted Date: 3/16/2013 7:46:32 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- The gauge pressure, Assignment Help, Ask Question on The gauge pressure, Get Answer, Expert's Help, The gauge pressure Discussions

Write discussion on The gauge pressure
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Can anyone give me a clear picture of GRAVITY?How does it works and and where does it pulls everthing?

COHERENCE : 1) Visible light energy is emitted when the excited electrons in atoms undergo transitions to the ground state. 2) In ordinary light sources, these transitions

working and construction of fabry perot interferometer

Three similar coils, each having a resistance of 8Ω and an inductive reactance of 8Ω are connected (a) in star and (b) in delta, across a 415V, 3-phase supply. Calculate

molecular explanation of surface tension

Atwood's machine A weight-and-pulley system is used to measure the acceleration because of gravity at Earth's surface through measuring the net acceleration of a set of weight

Microwaves and Radio waves: Microwaves are produced by high frequency electromagnetic oscillators in electric circuits. Microwaves are electromagnetic waves with wavelengths i

Cart and The Brick Collisions among objects are governed through laws of momentum and energy. While a collision occurs in an isolated system, a total momentum of the system of

Regard as three resistors having three unique values of resistance. Presume the resistors are connected in parallel with each other. Additional suppose that the parallel combinatio

Color vision and chromatic aberration: One of the remarkable ability of the eye is its ability to see color. There are three types of cones that respond to light from three