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    Equations to describe the Balije Efficiency Curves for Turbo machinery {Pumps and compressors} in terms of Specific Diameter and Specific Speed.

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What is a quick way to calculate frictional pressure drops in carbon steel pipe?

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What is the significance of the minimum flow required by a pump?

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