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Need some help please!


Hello everyone! Hope everyone reading is having a splendid day!

I have been thinking about this for some time, but couldn't come to a conclusion, and would appreciate some assistance to deduce the answer.

Assuming we have a 3m diameter, 100m length pipe submerged vertically in water, and we open the bottom inlet, how do we find the flow rate, force, and velocity of the water at certain heights along the pipe? Lets say 5m above the inlet.. I understand that as it approaches the surface, due to the Bernoulli Theorem, the velocity approaches 0, and i couldn't find any formulas to calculate the solution to this question in mind.

Givens can be deduced from the environment, such as the volume of the pipe (706m3), and the pressure at the bottom inlet (~141 psi)..

If there are any other pieces of information required, please specify and ill try my best to provide them.

Thank you very much!

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