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 FLUID MECHANICS - CASE STUDY Introduction Storm Sewer System Construction The city of Norman is installing a new storm sewer system near the junction of Lindsey and Elm streets to avoid future flooding. The sewer system is designed to discharge a capacity of 7.5 ft3/s when the pipe flows at 80% full, as shown in the figure. The slope of the sewer is 0.003. Questions Determine the required pipe size. Approach roblem Description Assume the flow is uniform. The Manning coefficient for concrete pipe is n = 0.015.

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