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Pressure returned in Metres. Is this supposed to be pressure head (Pressure/ro*g) or an alternate unit for pressure?

Question asked by Nick Garfield in #Mechanical #Civil & Structural #ExamPrep on Jun 4, 2020
Nick Garfield
Nick Garfield · Jun 4, 2020
Rank E2 - BEGINNER

Hi, I'm modelling a pipeline system on the EPANET program for an assignment. when examining the data after running the model, it returns the pressure at each junction in metres. I've known pressure to usually be in Pascals so wondering if this is meant to be returning the pressure head (Pressure/(ro*g)) or just the pressure?

Posted in: #Mechanical #Civil & Structural #ExamPrep
Ramani Aswath
Ramani Aswath · Jun 4, 2020
Rank A1 - PRO

Most probably it is metres of water as it is for pipeline design.

1 meter of water is approximately equal to 9.8 kpa 

Use this conversion program for specific cases:

https://convertlive.com/u/convert/metres-of-water/to/pascals


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