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CIVL2131: Tutorial_5_CIVL2131.doc 1|2 CIVL2131 , Fluid Mechanics Tutorial 5: The momentum principle Covers week 5 lecture material Elger/Crowe et al Chapter 5/6 Problem 1 (momentum principle) Find the horizontal force components of the water on the horizontal bend shown if p1 is 200 kPa. (537 N) Problem 2 (momentum principle) What is the net force needed to hold the orifice plate shown (353 kN) Problem 3 (momentum principle) What is the maximum height of the water level in the right container to hold the plate in place? (h max = 2h)

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CIVL2131: Tutorial_5_CIVL2131.doc 2|2 Problem 4 (momentum principle) For the system shown in, estimate the downstream pressure P 2 if p1 = 60 kPa and V 1 = 20 m/s. Neglect losses. (Note: The pressure

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