Hose I.D. (in.)

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Hose Length (ft.)

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Flow (GPM)

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Reynolds Number

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Viscosity

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Velocity (ft./sec)*

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Pressure Loss (psi.)

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Pressure Drop (psi/ft.)

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* Velocity must be less than 35 ft/s

Reynolds No. <= 2000 = Laminar Flow

Reynolds No. > 2000 and < 3000 = Transient Flow

Reynolds No. >= 3000 = Turbulent Flow

**Velocity **- The fluid's distance traveled over a unit of time. The units this program uses feet per second. The velocity of the fluid must be kept under 35ft/s and maintain a laminar flow, to keep from tube peeling.

**Laminar Flow **- Uniform flow of the fluid. The fluid particles flow in parallel layers. (Re < 2000)

**Transient Flow **- The fluid begins to fluctuate in the transition region between laminar and turbulent flow. (2000 < Re < 3000)

**Turbulent Flow **- Non-uniform (turbulent) flow of fluid. The fluid particles no longer flow in parallel layers. (Re > 3000)

**Reynolds Number **- Used to study the viscous flow of the fluid and to help determine the flow.

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