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Unformatted text preview: 4,5 4.5 The x and y components of velocity for a two-dimen- sional flow are u = 3 ft/s and v = 9x2 ft/s. where x is in feet. Determine the equation for the streamlines and graph repre- sentative streamlines in the upper half plane. a = 3 and Ar = 9x1 so 7%47‘ dream/Mes are 9M9!) by g? :: Afr..— fl: :=.5’Xz 0r fdy =I3Xz” u 3 Thus) y = X3+C J WéE/"E C II: acaflJ/anf Rep resenfaiive dream/Mes corrupanJ/‘ny f0 differs/72’ Value: of c. are Show» be/ow. Streamlines y = x3 + C :50 150 F I I 0 g 100 fleflf l > iC:-—J§0 l i 50 5—. l l l 4. 6 Show that the streamlines for a flow whose velocity components are u = C(x2 -— yz) and v = j ~20xy, where c is a constant, are given by the equation xzy — y3/3 = constant. At which point (points) is the flow parallel to the y axis? At which ' point (points) is the fluid stationary? M=C(X"'-Y1) , v=-'26xy Stream/mes given by y=f(X) are sue/7 fimi 5-} way; Consider Hie {Malian Xzyv glam/737‘. 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V = Vo————(XL:)/")%‘ $0 ll/M‘lt Stream/mes are given by :0};- = 7‘!- = TX);— or —ydy = de which can be I'n/egrafed 7L0 git/e X2+yl = and. 7721):, Me f/U/‘d How MW) circular sf/‘eamline: anal {/79 Speed is constant throughout 6.12 For each of the following stream functions, with units of mzls, detemiine the magnitude and the angle the velocity vector makes with the x-axis at x = 1 m, y = 2 m. Locate any stagnation points in the flow field. (a) ¢I=xy (b) ¢=-2x’+y H49»: 177: defihlfifl‘fi 0/ ’/71c afreflm Fahd-ten, 4+ X-‘J/zm/ g: lam/i Allows e/mé a: /-§v” and v-r-z. Thus) 5 5m “=0 aé x=° w v=o u‘ an, 0- slug/mm Pal/7f: 06400": at X=—'j:-0, (A) For L, 1.41M 9: T x / Suite @920, 7710/: are no Jéajod-xoh pawns. 6.15 The velocity components for an incom- pressible, plane flow are u, = Ar‘1 + Br"2 cos 6 U0 = Br’3 sin 0 where A and B are constants. Determine the cor- responding stream function. 50m 771:? a’e/xb/fiéh 0/ {be sired/)7 740452915”, - 3-? 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FMSQ - l/l’cczsa +C é-lé mfir -—- _ mu: A '3.6 3.5 3.4 What pressure gradient along the streamline, dp/ds, is required to accelerate water in a horizontal pipe at a rate of30 m/sz? Qfl—g—J'S/fiG—PVQJEK 14/59/19 8=0 and 03 V33! :: as = 0% 761/5, 34?. = .. (pas -.: —977_§”3§630%) : —30,000-7,/,M1)/m or .3451 = — 30.0 kPa/m 3.5 At a given location the air speed is 20 m/s and the pressure gradient along the streamline is 100 N / m3. Estimate the air speed at a point 0.5 In further along the streamline. V i ’ 9 av av _ 12F neglect qravn‘y ) 71:: g “Pvt? 01“ T3— __ "fig/9V 0r V ’25 :.- ’loofiAg/(LB 13'3”” 3’) = “4.07:;- Thus, I JV: 5).}:- 53 = (—4.07%)(0Jm) = 4.03%) sol/ml V+6V=20-’§’--2'03—E9 0," Vz/é’flga 3.6 What pressure gradient along the streamline, dp/ds, is required to accelerate water upward in a vertical pipe at a rate of 30 ft/sz? 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