Depends on many factors, such as smoothness of pipe, hydrostatic head, etc. But you can expect anywhere from 50 gal/min to 150 gal/min.
None. A square inch has no volume.
~ 1000 cfm
it depends on how much of an area the snow is covering
The volume of the pipe is 0.2078 gallon per foot of length.I have no idea how much water might be in it.
There are way too many variables to answer this.what's the head pressure?how long is the run?any 90 or 45 degree bends?what type pipe?Pipe has friction , the longer the run the more pressure that is needed to get the same flow, same with bends in the pipe or fittings.For swimming pools we normally figure we can flow 60 gpm with 2 inch pipe.but again there are things to consider.
question cannot be answered because it depends on the water pressure
5 Pounds per Square Inch
More, depending on how long you allow the flow to flow.
About 0.42 ounces. Specific gravity (compared to water) about 0.73
300 gallons per minute
13.956 pounds per square inch (psi)
Depends on what's flowing (gas or water or something else) and under how much pressure.
As much as you want. But a larger quantity will take longer to pass through the hose.
•The key to erosion is something called "fluid flow." Water, air, and even ice are fluids because they tend to flow from one place to another due to the force of gravity. Of the three, liquid water is the most common agent of erosion because there's so much of it on the surface of the Earth .
Depending on the time allowed, all the water you want.