Hey all!

I've been scratching my head for a while on this one...

Water has a specific weight. Suppose you have a constant pressure inside a given size pipe, water will be able to travel to a certain height. Now you bump the size to that pipe to a larger diameter. Pressure is still the same... will it travel as high as the smaller diameter pipe?

Say you have 65psi, an infinite length of 1/2 pipe and an infinite length of 3" pipe... which will go the highest?

Just curious!

Cheers!

I've been scratching my head for a while on this one...

Water has a specific weight. Suppose you have a constant pressure inside a given size pipe, water will be able to travel to a certain height. Now you bump the size to that pipe to a larger diameter. Pressure is still the same... will it travel as high as the smaller diameter pipe?

Say you have 65psi, an infinite length of 1/2 pipe and an infinite length of 3" pipe... which will go the highest?

Just curious!

Cheers!

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