| Leffel, J., & Co - 1881 - 283 sider
...added for friction, etc.) To find the area of a required pipe, the volume and velocity of water being **given, multiply the number of cubic feet of water by 144, and divide** the product by the velocity in feet per minute. The area being found, it is easy to get the diameter... | |
| Robert Grimshaw - 1886 - 233 sider
...velocity of flow of water in a pipe, required to discharge a given volume of water in a given time ? A. **Multiply the number of cubic feet of water by 144, and divide** the product by the area of the pipe m inches. Thus to discharge 1000 cubic feet of water per minute... | |
| William A. Morrison - 1887 - 172 sider
...of the pipe in inches. To find the area of a required pipe, the volume and velocity of water being **given, multiply the number of cubic feet of water by 144, and divide** the product by the velocity in feet per minute. The area being found, it is easy to get the diameter... | |
| Manfred Powis Bale - 1892 - 121 sider
...of flow of water in a pipe required to discharge a given volume of water in a given time. Rule. — **Multiply the number of cubic feet of water by 144, and divide** the product by the area of the pipe in inches. To calculate the area of Pipes by the Slide Rule.—... | |
| Frederic Milton Johnson - 1897 - 103 sider
...find the velocity in feet per minute necessary to discharge a given body of water in a given time, **multiply the number of cubic feet of water by 144, and divide** the product by the area of the pipe in square inches. Amount of water to mill one ton of ore is from... | |
| Joseph Benjamin Rider - 1901 - 480 sider
...inches. Use Tables 52 to 548. To FIND THE AREA OF A REQUIRED PIPE, the volume and velocity of water being **given, multiply the number of cubic feet of water by 144. and divide** the product by the velocity in feet per minute. The area being found. get diameter of pipe necessary... | |
| John Weeks Johnson - 1905 - 140 sider
...of the pipe in inches. To find the Area of a Kequired Pipe, the volume and velocity of water being **given, multiply the number of cubic feet of water by 144, and divide** the product by the velocity in feet per minute. The area being found, it is easy to get the diameter... | |
| George B. Clow - 1906 - 264 sider
...temperature to Centigrade, subtract 32 from the Fahrenheit degrees, multiply by 5 and divide by 9. **To find the area of a required pipe, when the volume...from 39 to 212 degrees Fahrenheit, about 4 per cent.** Water expands about one-tenth its bulk by freezing solid. Rule for finding the size of a pipe necessary... | |
| Montréal (Québec)., Alcide Chaussé - 1906 - 488 sider
...find the velocity in feet per minute necessary to discharge a given volume of water in a given time, **multiply the number of cubic feet of water by 144 and divide** the product by the area of the pipe in inches. To find the area of a required pipe.the volume and velocity... | |
| 1907
...pipe in inches. To determine the area of a required pipe, the volume and velocity , of water being **given, multiply the number of cubic feet of water by 144 and divide** the product by the velocity in feet per minute. To find the number of gallons in a tank, multiply the... | |
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