Water is flowing through a pipe of 5cm diameter under a pressure of 29.43N/cm2 (gauge) with mean velocity of 2m/s. Find the pressure head and kinetic head per unit weight of water at a cross section. Fluid Mechanics

  • 30m, 0.12 m
  • 30m, 0.20 m
  • 20m, 0.31 m
  • 20m ,0.40 m
Answer: 30m, 0.20 m
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