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    A storage vessel exposed to atmosphere (absolute pressure = 10.3 m of water) has a diameter of 3 m and is initially filled with water to a height of 2 m. The pump draws water from the vessel and is located at an elevation of 5 m above the bottom of the vessel. The frictional head loss in the suction pipe is 2 m of water. If the vapour pressure of the liquid at the temperature of operation is 3 m of water, then the available NPSH is

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    1. 2.3 m
    2. 5.3 m
    3. 6.3 m
    4. 8.3 m
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