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KING FAHD UNIVERSITY CHEMICAL ENGINEERING COURSE NOTES (Fluid Mechanics)-HW2-051

# KING FAHD UNIVERSITY CHEMICAL ENGINEERING COURSE NOTES (Fluid Mechanics)-HW2-051

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CHE 204, Homework # 2 Due Wed. October 12, 2005 1. Solve problem 2.1 of your text. 2. Solve problem 2.8 of your text. 3. Solve problem 2.9 of your text. 4. Water is pumped from one storage tank (open to atmosphere) to a higher tank at steady rate of 9.5x10 –4 m 3 /s. The difference in the elevations of the two water levels is 30 m. The higher tank is closed and has an absolute pressure of 170.3kPa. The absolute pressures at the inlet and outlet of the pump are 135.8 kPa and 652.9 kPa respectively. The power supplied by an electric motor to the pump is 750 W. Find the friction losses in the pipe per kg of water flowing. 5. Solve problem 2.11 of your text CHE 204, Homework # 2

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Unformatted text preview: Due Wed. October 12, 2005 6. Solve problem 2.1 of your text. 7. Solve problem 2.8 of your text. 8. Solve problem 2.9 of your text. 9. Water is pumped from one storage tank (open to atmosphere) to a higher tank at steady rate of 9.5x10 –4 m 3 /s. The difference in the elevations of the two water levels is 30 m. The higher tank is closed and has an absolute pressure of 170.3kPa. The absolute pressures at the inlet and outlet of the pump are 135.8 kPa and 652.9 kPa respectively. The power supplied by an electric motor to the pump is 750 W. Find the friction losses in the pipe per kg of water flowing. 10. Solve problem 2.11 of your text...
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KING FAHD UNIVERSITY CHEMICAL ENGINEERING COURSE NOTES (Fluid Mechanics)-HW2-051

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