Density of water and temperature Econologie.com » Physics, Chemistry and Biology » Density of water and temperature 10th February 20093th February 2020 Christophe Table of changes in the density of liquid water as a function of temperature between 0 ° and 101 ° C This table is useful for sizing a thermosyphon heating installation and other thermodynamic applications Learn more and ask questions on the forum heating Density of liquid water as a function of temperature On the same subject :Terracotta insulationSolar guide 2020: how much does an installation of photovoltaic panels cost?The Kyoto Protocol: the complete and complete textThe Boostheat hybrid thermodynamic boiler to save energyCO2 emissions per liter of fuel: petrol, diesel or LPGHow to choose the wood heater?Tests and calculation of the real COP of an Airton reversible air conditioning systemPhysical and chemical properties of waterCalculation of estimated consumption of pelletsCrude oil moneyRead also: Jacques Benveniste died
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Excellent source of information.
I am trying to calculate the flow rate of a thermal siphon. I need to move 1,000 gallons of water from a reservoir up 20 feet to another reservoir and I am attempting to calculate efficiencies of water movement technics.
I tried to sing up for this forum, however I am getting an error when signing up (unknown cause).
My level of fluid dynamics knowledge is high school.
Any advice would be helpful!
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