A 10-mile-long crude oil pipeline is designed to be 1 ft diameter with a flowrate of 200 gal/min. The pipe material is commercial steel. It is expected that over the lifetime of the pipeline, fouling...

A 10-mile-long crude oil pipeline is
designed to be 1 ft diameter with a flowrate of 200 gal/min. The pipe material
is commercial steel. It is expected that over the lifetime of the pipeline,
fouling will reduce the effective area by 10% and will double the roughness.
Calculate the expected frictional pressure drop for the pipeline when new and
at the end of its service.

Nov 19, 2021
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