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An Aqueduct could carry about 1,000,000 gallons of water
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What aqueduct bring water to Los Angeles?

Answer . Most of Los Angeles water came from the Serra Nevada via the Los Angeles Aquedect. The other major aqueducts are the California Aqueduct and the Colorado River Aqueduct.

What is an aqueduct?

An aqueduct is a structure that carries water through Rome andGreece. It leads pipes to houses to sinks to water fountains andanything that has water coming out with a button. Aqueducts were large water pipes which were used to transport water to where it was needed. An aqueduct is a manmade bridge (MORE)

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What does an aqueduct carry?

An Aqueduct was originally designed by the Egyptians, Harappans and nearly perfected shortly after by the Romans to convey __ water__ from a source to a convenient or more viable storage location. Carry's water

What does an aqueduct do?

Humans always need water. For themselves, for drinking andcleaning. For their animals, for growing plants. If there aren'tgood sources nearby, water has to be moved in somehow, and this canbe done with an aqueduct. Before the invention of water pipes andpumps, the only way to move water was by letti (MORE)

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How much did the California Aqueduct cost to build?

The Edmund G. Brown California Aqueduct is the state's largest and longest water transport system, stretching 444 miles from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta in the north to Lake Perris in Southern California. The aqueduct and associated channels supply water for about one million acres of farmland. (MORE)

How much water does a 3 inch hose carry per foot?

\nPipe Diameter = 3 Inches = .25 Ft\n. \nArea of Circle = Pi X D X D / 4 - where D is Diameter and Pi is 3.14159\n. \nVolume of Pipe = Length X Area = or= 1 Foot X Area\n. \nVolume = [1 Ft] X [ Pi X .25 X .25 ] / 4\n. \nVolume = 0.049087 Ft3\n. \nIf the 3-inch Pipe flows at 1 Foot (MORE)

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Who could go to the Roman aqueducts?

An aqueduct was not something a person "went to"; it was a water moving system. Loosely you could consider the people who used the water as those who went to an aqueduct. These would be farmers who needed water for irrigation or wealthy city dwellers who wanted running water in their homes. However (MORE)

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How are Roman aqueducts different from todays water systems?

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How much water does a 3 inch pipe carry per foot?

To calculate the capacity of a pipe you need to first calculate the area and volume. So assuming your pipe has an inside dimension (ID) of 3 inches, you would use the following equation. πR 2 = area πR 2 xH = volume π=3.1416 Using inches as our unit R (radius) = half the diameter = (MORE)

How much could a b-52 bomber carry?

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How many gallons of water were transported to Rome on a daily basis via their aqueduct system?

There is little consensus on the exact amount of water that flowed continuously in the nine+ two aqueducts from the Tiber river to Rome. The lowest was estimated at 85063 gallons per day to a high of 266978.35 gallons a day. Recent estimates put it at 158503.23 -176995 gallons with supply of 58.50 (MORE)

How much weight could you lose for exchanging water for cokes?

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Was the Roman aqueducts water clean?

Yes, the aqueducts carried fresh clean water into the areas where it was needed. The city of Rome still uses the ancient system today (in part). Yes, the aqueducts carried fresh clean water into the areas where it was needed. The city of Rome still uses the ancient system today (in part). Yes, the (MORE)

How much water volume does a 2.79mm hose carry per foot of hose?

Volume of a cylinder = (pi) x (radius) 2 x (length) Radius = half of the diameter = 1.395 mm 1 foot = 304.8 mm Volume = (pi) x (1.395) 2 x (304.8) = 1,863.43 cubic millimeters per foot. That's about 2,031 feet of hose to hold 1 gallon of fluid ... 2.79mm is anawfully skinny hose.

Did water from roman aqueducts go to a treatment plant before the city?

No. Even tough the Romans were advanced in the handling of water, they did not have the technology for a water treatment plant such as we have today. Judging from the interpretation of some remains at Pompeii, the extra water was held in a large storage tank and released when needed. Incidentally, t (MORE)

What an aqueduct?

An aqueduct carries water. It is a "water" duct. CA has a large one to move water from Northern CA to Southern Ca. The Romans were the first to build them.

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How did water flow in the aqueducts?

Aqueducts brought water from the sources on the mountains to the towns. Water was channeled down the valleys by a system of siphons. Water was channelled down steep valleys with a system of inverted siphons. The water conduits led to a tank which passed the water into pipes which took it lower dow (MORE)

How did the Romans ensure that the water from the aqueducts reached the city?

The Romans did not ensure that the water fromthe aqueducts reached the city. The water did not come from theaqueducts. It came from the sources on the mountains. The aqueductswere what made the water reach the city. They were water conduitswhich carried the water. An incline was what made the water (MORE)

Why was the dirty water of the aqueducts poured into the streets?

The water of the aqueducts was clean, not dirty. Aqueducts suppliedthe towns with fresh water they carried from the sources on themountains. This water was also used for drinking. What was pouredwas the water of the baths, and it was poured in the sewers, notthe streets. It was done to refresh the w (MORE)

Why were aqueducts built to bring water to Rome?

So they would have plenty of fresh unpolluted water in majorcities. Only mountain spring water could be depended on to beunpolluted as raw sewage was dumped by cities directly into anynearby river or lake (making them stink).