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What are the flow rates coming out of this Tee?

EastmanEastman Member Posts: 726
If flow z = 6gpm, what does x and y equal?



flow x = ?

flow y = ?



The 3/4 inch side loops are equal in every way. (length, elbows, etc...)



Yes, the question is as simple as it seems.
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  • ChrisChris Member Posts: 3,039
    Ummm...

    Forgot to study last night....Hmmm. It's coming to me....Let me think.... 3!
    "The bitter taste of a poor installation remains much longer than the sweet taste of the lowest price."
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  • EastmanEastman Member Posts: 726
    I need some else though

    I need more than one opinion.
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  • unclejohnunclejohn Member Posts: 853
    I belive the ole

    What goes into a tee must come out rule applies here. So 3.
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  • nicholas bonham-carternicholas bonham-carter Member Posts: 6,192
    flow rate

    since both loops [x,y] are equal, then the flow must be the same in each.

    due to the incompressibility of water, then the flow will be 3gallons in each.--nbc
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  • EastmanEastman Member Posts: 726
    Thanks

    That should be good.
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  • ced48ced48 Member Posts: 377
    Yes, 3!

    Don't get flow rate confused with velocity.
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