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PSI to GPM
by kmb on 06/05/03 at 12:46:40

Is there any way to convert 45 PSI of water in a 4" diameter pipe to GPM of water through that pipe?  Thanks for any help, and great site.


Re: PSI to GPM
by Robert Fogt on 06/05/03 at 15:46:13

I don't have anything up, but I have this site bookmarked:

[url]http://www.geagolf.com/GEA%20Pressure%20and%20Flow.html[/url]

It will probably help with what you need.


;)Re: PSI to GPM
by Kuba on 07/15/03 at 09:54:29

Generally speaking, there's no way. The flow could have easily been even zero. Read it to mean that you didn't provide enough information.

You must need to know (and tell!) what's connected to that pipe, on both ends, how long the pipe is, etc. I.e. data about the whole system, instead of just pipe diameter and pressure.

Cheers, Kuba ;)


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