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How do you find the hydraulic radius of a pipe?

The area of water in a pipe or channel can be divided into two parts by the wetting perimeter. For a round conduit to flow full or half full, the radius is d4. The flow efficiency of a pipe is measured by the Hydraulic radius.

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