Posted by **Anonymous** on Monday, October 29, 2012 at 10:01pm.

A commonly used rule of thumb is that the average velocity in pipe should be about 1m/s or less"thin" fluids( viscosity about water). if pipe needs to deliver 6000m of water per day, what diameter is required to satisfy the 1-m/s rule?

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