that's what she said
2.5 gallons per minute
300 gallons per minute
It depends on the pressure and the time frame. A billion gallons, if you wait long enough.
19, because It's magic.
291 gpm if no restriction.
haha, 65 gallons per minute. you must come up with harder trick questions.....
Depends on what is flowing through the pipe and the temperature of the pipe.
Is the 1" inside or outside diameter?
If you mean 24 INCH pipe, then yes, it will easily flow 8000 gallons per hour .
Flow = Pressure / surface S = PI * ( Diameter / 2 ) ^ 2 now you can do the math... I can't tell with gallons, inch and psi.
The friction of the pipe, the viscosity of the liquad and the head pressure all contribute to the gallons per minute rate
I depends on what type of shower head you have. Most newer water saving shower head have a flow of 2 gallons per minute.Federal regulations mandate new shower heads flow less than 2.5 gallons per minute with a line feed pressure of 80 pounds per square inch. Although actual consumption varies with water pressure at the shower head inlet and the exact flow rate of the shower head, a reasonable average for a 5 minute shower using a low-flow head would be 7-8 gallons of water. This is because most homes have far less than 80psi line pressure, the typical pressure being around 50psi. Older high-flow or unrestricted shower heads in systems with more typical 50psi water mains pressure can flow over 4 gallons per minute. A 5 minute shower would use 20 gallons of water with an older unrestricted shower head, although it could be more.
0 gallons per minute will flow threw any pipe at 0 psi.
With no pressure (that being the P in PSI), it is next to impossible for any liquid, let alone gallons of liquid, to pass through piping at any length.
As many as you have available at the supply end, if you keep it going long enough.
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Depends on the piping material as Hazen Williams formula kicks in for friction losses
50.5 liquid gallons or 43.4 dry gallons.
The flow would be 2.5 with a meter with 12 inch diameter. This is with a flush at 5.0 FPS.