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Headloss in pipes is depending on the pipe roughness and the velocity of the flow through the pipe. The coefficient C in the Hazen Williams equation for estimating headloss depends on?
A single fixed head reservoir is supplying water to a tank. The tank is filling. There is no pump in the system and no other element is providing additional energy to the water. Can we say that
Considering the steady state simulation of the model you have created, the pressure at node 2 and velocity in pipe 2 are
Considering the steady state simulation of the built model, the total hydraulic head at node 6 and flow in pipe 9 are:
Considering the extended period simulation of the built model, the water level in tank 1 and 14 at 6pm are:
Considering the extended period simulation of the built model, the total hydraulic head at node 6 and flow in pipe 9 at 1PM are:
Considering the extended period simulation of the built model, the pressure head at node 2 and velocity in pipe 3 at 9 AM are:
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Considering the extended period simulation of the built model, the demand at node 8 and 9Â at 3am are: