HW6 - Closed Conduit Hydraulics

HW6 - Closed Conduit Hydraulics - water per minute Assume...

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Home Work – Lecture 6 Closed Conduit Hydraulics 6. A nozzle at the end of a 3-inch hose produces a jet 1½ inch in diameter. Determine the longitudinal stress in the joint at the base of the nozzle when it is discharging 300 gallons of
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Unformatted text preview: water per minute. Assume at the end of nozzle the air pressure is atmospheric, the nozzle wall is ¼” thick at the base, and that the energy loss in the nozzle is negligible. 1 ft 3 = 7.48 gallons. Solution: X Y...
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