311hw4 - 571 Homework Assignment#4 Read Chapters 5 and...

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Unformatted text preview: 571 Homework Assignment #4 Read Chapters 5 and 6 (except 6.1.3, 6.2.3 and 6.4) in Wilcox (Required) Read Chapters and Sections 4-1 through 4-4 and 6-1 through 6-4 in Fox and McDonald (Optional) 4 Attached is a partial contour of the ARL 48-inch (test section diameter) Water Tunnel. The flow is accelerated into the test section through a contraction nozzle. A model is to be placed in the test section. At xt_in = 162.0 inches, the tunnel radius is 24.0 inches, the model radius is 5.5 inches and the tunnel velocity is 50.0 ft/s. At xt_in = 18.0 inches, the tunnel radius is 30.36 inches. Assume; l—D 4b.), 1) Determine the model radius at xt_in = 18.0 inches for the tunnel velocity to be 71.5 ft/s. 2) Determine the model contour (model radius versus xt_in) for the velocity to decelerate linearly from 71.5 ft/s at xt_in = 18.0 inches to 50.0 ft/s at xt_in = 162.0 inches. 6.11 Water at 10°C flows steadily with a mass flow rate m = 62.8 kg/sec through the nozzle shown. What are the average velocities U and u if the diameters are D = 20 cm and d = 5 cm? T U u _.i_ Problems 6.11, 6.12 56.61 An incompressible fluid of density p flows through the nozzle shown and discharges to the atmo- sphere. Determine the force required to hold the nozzle in place. You may assume the flow is irrotational and that all flow properties are uniform across the nozzle. Express your answer as a function of p, U and D. U’p h Ue, 0 Experimental measurements are made in a low-speed air jet to determine the drag force on a circular cylinder. Velocity measurements at two sections where the pressure is uniform and equal give the results shown. Evaluate the drag force on the cylinder. per unit width. P‘Po“ 2%;le Problem 6.61 SE llw AssiflhqéfiL , Amp 3/) 4.46 A two—dimensional reducing bend has a linear veloc- 1 ity profile at section 1. The flow is uniform at sections 2 i and 3. The fluid, water, is incompressible and the flow i l is steady. Assume that the depth normal to the page is w = 3 ft. (a) Find the magnitude and direction of the uniform velocity at section 3. l l (b) Evaluate the net momentum flux through the bend in the figure below. 4V3 ’13 == 1/ i fVLmafilGWS w ,1 9:500 ,_ , com 388: 8:920 _m_x< oor 59:00 _mcc:._. LBm>> cor- or ON 0 0') O V. om 00 on (seuoul) smpea ...
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2009 for the course AERSP 311 taught by Professor Brungart,timothy during the Fall '09 term at Penn State.

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311hw4 - 571 Homework Assignment#4 Read Chapters 5 and...

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