**36+ Cross Sectional Area Of A Tube Background**. Flow speed is inversely proportional to the cross sectional area of a tube(or to the square of the radius) of the tube ^~~~ this above statement in quotation marks can someone spell it out for me mathematically; Cross sectional area of the pipe is equal to the square of the diameter of a tube.

If the temperature of the gas is doubled then the tension in the wire is. This combined loading typically occurs when a high internal pressure is experienced (because of a tubing leak or a buildup of annular pressure) after the casing temperature has been. A = 2bh + hb.

### So doubling t also doubles p.

Estimate the volume flowrate and average axial velocity. Want to learn more about it? If the temperature of the gas is doubled then the tension in the wire is. By learning more about what is going on in a specific population, researchers are better able to understand relationships that might exist between certain variables and develop further studies that explore these.