Q: How much water can flow through a 6 inch pipe at 50 psi?

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question cannot be answered because it depends on the water pressure

Depends on what's flowing (gas or water or something else) and under how much pressure.

4324

5 Pounds per Square Inch

More, depending on how long you allow the flow to flow.

Depending on the time allowed, all the water you want.

Channel flow is how much water flows through a channel.

Given enough time the entire ocean could be pumped through a half-inch pipe.

To calculate the flow rate through a hose, we first need to find the cross-sectional area of the hose. The cross-sectional area of a 5/8-inch diameter hose is (5/16)^2 * π square inches. To convert this to square feet, divide by 144. Finally, multiply this area by the flow rate in feet per second (100) to get the flow rate in cubic feet per second.

A lot

That depends on the pressure behind the flow, and on the length of time the flow is allowed to continue.

A lot.