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UNIVERSITY OF DAYTONDAYTON, OHIOCEE 313LHYDRAULIC LABORATORYExperiment Number: Lab#6Title: Conservation of MomentumSubmitted by:Talal SultanGroupDDate performed: 1st/11/2021Date Due:8/11/2021Technical Review:GUM Review:Total Grade:
Table of contentContentsObjectives........................................................................................................................................1Table of content...............................................................................................................................1Methodology....................................................................................................................................1Theoretical calculations...............................................................................................................2Flat surface...............................................................................................................................2Hemispherical surface..............................................................................................................3Conical surface.........................................................................................................................4Experimental method...................................................................................................................5Flat surface...............................................................................................................................5Hemispherical surface..............................................................................................................5Conical surface.........................................................................................................................5Results..............................................................................................................................................6Discussion........................................................................................................................................7Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................8References........................................................................................................................................9Data sheet.........................................................................................................................................9Sample calculation...........................................................................................................................9
ObjectivesTo study the concept of conservation of momentum by studying the force of water on:I.Flat surfaceII.Hemispherical surfaceIII.Conical surfaceTo compare the theoretical masses to experimental masses required for equilibrium.MethodologyMomentum of a moving object is denoted as p (lambda).This is calculated mathematically as:p = mv. Where, m=mass of the moving objectV=velocity of the moving object.Momentum is a vector quantity and this means that it has both direction and magnitude whenexpressed. In this experiment we would investigate the law of conservation of momentum influids. This law of conservation of momentum states that; the total momentum of all bodieswithin an isolated system is given as;Ptotal = p1+p2+….is constant. This can be further elaborated as, if the total momentum of thefluid has an initial momentum pi, then the final momentum of the fluid Pout is equal to the initialmomentum Pin. This would be accomplished by observing the behavior of a jet of water strikinga plate.

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Winter
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KIRAGU
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