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- n. In hydraulics, the head lost in friction by an outflowing liquid. The friction-head is usually computed by the formula 4
μL/D. v/2g, where D is the diameter of the efflux pipe, L its length, v the velocity of the outflowing liquid, μthe coefficient of skin-friction, and g the acceleration due to gravity. See head, 7.
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