## Determine the loss of fluid energy, Civil Engineering

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Determine the loss of fluid energy as 310 gallons per minute (gpm) of water flows through 1,000 ft of 4 inch, schedule-40 welded and seamless steel pipe. The fluid temperature is 50 degrees F. The specific roughness of the piping is 0.0002.

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