When flowing through a pipe the friction causes the pressure energy of the fluid to fall and the internal energy of the fluid to increase.
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Losses in pipe elements
Influence of flow velocity on pressure loss, didactically successive pipe sections
Fundamentals of pipe friction
Pipe friction for laminar / turbulent flow, Reynolds number and pipe friction factor
Pressure curve along the inlet section
Friction losses in the inlet as well as with different pipe geometries and surface roughnesses
Open channel and closed channel flow
Flow processes on different structures in open and closed channel flows; losses at inlet and outlet
Pressure losses at various piping elements and pipe networks; parallel and series connection of pipe sections
Pipe friction for laminar / turbulent flow
Determining the critical Reynolds number
Losses in a pipe system
Influence of flow velocity on pressure loss
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