Posted by maria on Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at 7:00am.
A large water tank has an inlet pipe and an outlet pipe. The inlet pipe has a diameter of 2.19 cm and is 1.25 m above the bottom of the tank. The outlet pipe has a diameter of 5.93 cm and is 4.85 m above the bottom of the tank. A volume of 0.411 m^3 of water enters the tank every minute at a gauge pressure of 1 atm.
a) What is the velocity of the water in the outlet pipe?
b) What is the gauge pressure in the outlet pipe?

physics  drwls, Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at 7:20am
It seems that water is being pumped into an opening near the bottom of the tank and being removed from an outlet higher above. Is this supposed to be a steady state situation?
If so,
(a) V*(outlet pipe area)= (volume flow rate at inlet)
(b) The guage pressure difference is (rho)*g*h
where h is the difference of heights of inlet and outlet 
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