[Tagging] Fire hydrants vs suction_point
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Mon Aug 21 07:36:05 UTC 2017
2017-08-21 9:06 GMT+02:00 Warin <61sundowner at gmail.com>:
> The values of capacity are typically a single number - 2, 4, 10 etc They
> mostly reflect the number of car parking spaces available. So it is a unit
> less number - not l/h or m^3/s etc.
"Car parks" is a unit as valid as seconds or meters.
Difference would be it has no dimension.
capacity=* goes far beyond car parks lots with school, hospital, hotels and
even benches capacity.
Pipeline wiki page should be improved to default capacity in m3/s instead
of free text although giving unit in values isn't an issue
> fire_hydrant:flow_capacity has over 6,000 uses ... distribution is mostly
> Europe .. no wiki page as yet, needs one to state default units as most of
> the values have no units, only some have l/min etc.
Most values has no unit means wiki default applies.
Instead of using flow_capacity, what if wiki page for fire_hydrant defaults
capacity in m3/s ?
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