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1. ### we are increasingly reliant in technology but if something were to happen to the internet or to our electricity supply, what would we lose?

... so because (at least in part) the pilots were flying VFR (without using instruments) into the landing area. But...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 20/04/2014

2. ### Difficult AP Physics problem A pump is used to send water through a hose, the diameter of which is 10 times...?

... work use VFR1=VFR2 to find the velocity at in the hose VFR=A*V Dhose=10*Dnozzle, Rhose=5*Dnozzle...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 14/02/2014

3. ### Physics problems with fluids help?

...since you know all the values on the right side. The volume flow rate VFR is just Area X Speed, which we used in (6) above...

2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 27/05/2013

4. ### engineering physics question?

1 Gallon [Fluid, US] = 0.00378541178 Cubic Meters 1 Gallon [UK] = 0.004546 Cubic Meters - taking US gallons 5640 US Fluid Gallons = 21.349 m^3 this weighs 15734...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/01/2013

5. ### fluid speed and flow rate questions.?

... of hose = π R^2 = π x 0.012 x 0.012 = 4.524 x 10^ -4 m^2 VFR = 4.524 x 10^ -4 m^2 x 1.91 m/s = 8.64 x10^ -4 cubic metres per...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 25/11/2012

6. ### If you are VFR rated can you fly below thick clouds that are at 20,000 feet?

Yes. But you are required to have a Mode C transponder (altitude reporting and I strongly recommend you get traffic from ATC (air traffic control)

2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 28/12/2010

7. ### Physics Question: Laminar flow?

...difference , η = viscosity of fluid , and L = length of pipe. If we denote by VFR the volume flow rate through the pipe, then (2) ..... dM/dT =  * VFR...

3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 22/03/2010

8. ### Question about continuity?

a) Vfr = v*A = 1.2*π*(.0065²) = 1.6E-4 m^3/sec b) Since...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 12/07/2011

9. ### Fluid, Flow, and continuity?

... x velocity Volumetric flow rate = 12.566 cm^2 (170 cm/s) Vfr = 2136.28 cm^3/s time = Volume of pool / Volumetric flow rate...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 28/05/2008

10. ### water flows through pipe of diff areas what volume, speed?

... Rate = Area x velocity So go with the right: VFR = A x v = pi(1.5)^2 x 15m/s(1000cm/m) = 10,597.5 cm^3/s VFR...

3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/08/2007