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Unformatted text preview: NOTE: Neglect frictional losses, but do not neglect changes in potential energy. 3. Consider a U shaped pipe fitting as illustrated. Water at 25 o C enters with velocity of 2.8m/s at pressure p 1 = 15psi (gage). The diameters of the inlet and outlet are 10cm and 8cm, respectively. Assume the flow enters and exits with a uniform velocity and a constant density. Find the force required to hold the fitting in place. Neglect frictional losses and gravity. 4. A fluid of density 1 enters a chamber where the fluid is heated so that the density decreases to 2 . The fluid then escapes through a vertical chimney that has a height, L 2 . Neglect friction and treat the flow process as incompressible except during heating. Assume the chimney is immersed in a fluid of density 1 . Determine the velocity, v , in the stack...
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2010 for the course CHBE 421 taught by Professor 1` during the Spring '10 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.
- Spring '10