Or... 1 bar = 14.5037 psi 9 bars = 130.5333 psi 1 columnar foot of water exerts approximately .4333 psi (pounds per square inch - you can start with the specific gravity and work your way forward if you like) 130.5333 psi / .4333 psi / columnar foot of water = 301.2539 columnar feet of water All we need is a 30 story building, a bunch of piping, a very long garden hose, and a few people and we can do away with the pump. Who's in?
The temperature of the water makes a difference as well as the purity. If you do not consider these variables as well as the ones previously mentioned you will get a F grade on this test question. Also, as soon as you establish a flow then line losses come into play. On Thu, 3 May 2007 09:31:42 -0400, Tom Ulmer wrote: <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip> <Snip>http://sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings
And, risking this going into true OT, don't forget Schrodinger's cat . v Rich wrote: <Snip>
Now we have to add a water person and a location at sea level near the Tropic of Cancer.
you fail to be a teacher b/c you didnt ask a question! temp and water quality only affect brew process, we havent even gotten to that course yet, we are still on fluids 201. On 5/3/07, Rich wrote: <Snip>
On 5/3/07, Tom Ulmer wrote: <Snip> Ummm.... most garden hoses aren't rated for 130 PSI. Safe Journeys and Sweet Music Justin Marquez (CYPRESS, TX)
Rich wrote: <Snip> I guess I get an "F".........no excuses! Mike (just plain)
"...temperature of the water makes a difference" Right- at 0° F, flow =0, then it will spray when it thaws out. I unders= tand. -ro
http://www.homeroaster.com/supermod.html Nuff said. ::::grin::::