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Unformatted text preview: 5.18 A nozzle is attached to a vertical pipe and discharges water into the atmosphere as shown in Fig. P5.18. When the dis- charge is 0.1 m3/s, the gage pressure at the flange is 40 kPa. De— termine the vertical component of the anchoring force required to hold the nozzle in place. The nozzle has a weight of 200 N, and the volume of water in the nozzle is 0.012 1113. Is the an- choring force directed upward or downward? Tonto m3/s I FIGURE P5.18 771e, aria/’5‘]; /eqcfinj fa me 54/14 792.4» 67/ 7%; praé/em is film/Var 7‘0 flue ane auH/ned' [in Exam/ole 5.5. Included x}; fhe can-{ml V'cv/W- am #1 nogflc and flu: Wd/C/r uh fire "057/6 91/“ an z’ns/nrnf. xfiypA'mfi‘om 07‘ fie VOH‘I'Lal 0r 2- chemo/fan Ciampo’nem“ (7% file, Mam,» mamem‘um azaafidm (5%. 5-127) 7% fire. Flow Many/v. flu“: WM? Volume, {65145 710 — o ‘1 - 0 ~ ~ “ ‘ H I Ila/Vista 30~l{) -4594, i1?- vlg hf" 2,412?an () 2/0/ij 74’ F yield; 4?— ' . lo 2 a; 54,*V‘£”VK,“’”/V2_"'°3"*‘4)' C ’ széwizuxe n3st PW W M MJ’C— W Z: 174' y W 16/ by W 5.;3 (Can?) fl/go’we Vlmla‘flwtl‘ VII: g A, 77%,; E.z kme; ’ J 7 W {74x— é2(fi5«é30°’£ ,c: :gfl,~ n“ w w /0 ,4} fl: A2 ’” 161v ‘(0 ’9’2 m?)(?‘gm?)¢/M 1m 1:1 (90/ 2:76 M5.“ Q Is M.M F; 7800/0 ~ ZOQNHH’Zé/v— 0N = 4-82 N dowwam A. mm.“ '—"'_ ___.,.Wm ...
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This homework help was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course EM 378 taught by Professor Schaefer during the Spring '08 term at Iowa State.

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