# Fluid Mechanics

posted by Mohamed

the problem says:
Water flows from a bathtub through a 2.5 diameter plastic pipe to a large air-filled drain...etc
Here, i need to know what is the pressure at the air-filled drain? Is it equal to the atmospheric pressure?

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