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What is the relationship between friction head loss and pipe diameter?

The head loss will double if the length of the pipe is doubled. The head loss will be reduced if the inside pipe diameter is doubled. The head loss increases if the flow rate is doubled. The terms can be easily measured with the exception of the Darcy friction factor.

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