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w near the wall,
show that this expression can be integrated to yield the logarithmic-overlap law, Eq. (6.21).
Water at 20°C flows in a 9-cm-diameter pipe under fully developed conditions. The centerline velocity is 10 m/s. Compute (a) Q, (b) V, (c) w, and (d) p for a 100-m pipe length. | e-Text Main Menu | P6.22 SAE 30W oil at 20°C flows through a long, horizontal, 12cm-diameter tube. At section 1, the fluid pressure is 186
kPa. At section 2, which is 6 m further downstream, the
pressure is 171 kPa. If the flow is laminar, estimate (a) the
mass flow in kg/s and (b) the Reynolds number.
P6.23 Glycerin at 20°C is to be pumped through a horizontal
smooth pipe at 3.1 m3/s. It is desired that (1) the flow be
laminar and (2) the pressure drop be no more than 100
Pa/m. What is the minimum pipe diameter allowable?
P6.24 The 6-cm-diameter pipe in Fig. P6.24 contains glycerin at
20°C flowing at a rate of 6 m3/h. Verify that the flow is
laminar. For the pressure measurements shown, is the flow
up or down? What is the indicated head loss for these pressures?
P6.25 To determine the viscosity of a liquid of specific gravity...
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2009 for the course MAE 101a taught by Professor Sakar during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.
- Spring '08