What Does Static Head Mean?

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Pressure head or static pressure head is a term used in fluid mechanics. It represents the internal energy of a fluid due to the pressure exerted on its container.
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1. Subtract the elevation of the water source from the elevation of the center line of the pump to determine static lift. 2. Subtract the elevation of the center line of the pump
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Static = still, motionless - Head refers to the pressure. water in motion will create a 'head' just from being in motion.
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( ′stad·ik ′hed ) (fluid mechanics) Pressure of a fluid due to the head of fluid above some reference point.
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I think it might be something like that, but i guess it also depends on what you define as "red head" for example, my hair is obviously red, but two of my friends have hair
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