reservoir

Three Reservoirs Connected by Pipes at a Common Junction

Situation
Three reservoirs A, B, and C are connected respectively with pipes 1, 2, and 3 joining at a common junction P. Reservoir A is at elevation 80 m, reservoir B at elevation 70 m and reservoir C is at elevation 60 m. The properties of each pipe are as follows:

Pipe 1:   L = 5000 m, D = 300 mm
Pipe 2:   L = 4000 m, D = 250 mm
Pipe 3:   L = 3500 m

The flow from reservoir A to junction P is 0.045 m3/s and f for all pipes is 0.018.
 

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  1. Find the elevation of the energy grade line at P in m.
    A.   75.512
    B.   73.805
    C.   72.021
    D.   74.173
  2. Determine the flow on pipe 2 in m3/s.
    A.   0.025
    B.   0.031
    C.   0.029
    D.   0.036
  3. Compute the diameter appropriate for pipe 3 in mm.
    A.   175
    B.   170
    C.   178
    D.   172

Problem 12 - Bernoulli's Energy Theorem

Problem 12
In Figure 4-04, a 50 mm pipeline leads downhill from a reservoir and discharges into air. If the loss of head between A and B is 44.2 m, compute the discharge.
 

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025 Review Problem - Time required to fill a reservoir of water

Problem 25
A reservoir 10 ft. deep is in the form of a frustum of inverted square pyramid with bases of 100 and 90 ft. on a side respectively. How long will it require an inlet pipe to fill the reservoir if the water pours in at the rate of 200 gal. per min.? (One gal. = 231 cu. in.)
 

 
 
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