HW 1a solution F10 - Herizental pipe A herieentel pipe has...

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Unformatted text preview: Herizental pipe A herieentel pipe has decreasing erase—sectional area that gees from a maximum of 59 em2 at peint A to It] em: at peint 3. Water is flowing through the pipe, and the discharge I‘mm the pipe 15 T |itere-‘s.. Find: at The New speed at point A. b} The f'lew speed at point B. e] The pressure [Ii fTerenee between points A and B. d} The difference in height between the "11:11:1er commits tn Ihe LI-shaped tube. { Density er mercury — 135m lag-“1113) r9“) it; III). 3 “Ll—E, fa“ E} f. “um” 3r Mwi/‘r‘ . 1"“: \ma be -" * “7—.— ‘ -. Ar: ‘1) 3" tD'Lkrer-‘L 10‘ —— —-—— 19) g: _ flew .1 titan/x; L33 it _ _ “E” I law. 1‘ _ ~ ’ I‘ D {Ira/J '5 "-D H 1'3 (flint [Digit I ._—.__———' A)?wsaWO-5CMD kam‘ it. f.” @344 aw 1% *‘ Mam“) WW" Tank with hale 1——I~ Z" A large cylindrical tank 12 m tail is full at" water. A small hale is made in ene of the walls at a depth 5 In biz-law the water surface. a] What is the pressure of the liquitt right outside the hate? b) 1|t'tt'hat is the speed at" the liquid as it ieaves the hate? C) At what distance x fi'nm the base of the tent-t tines the emerging stream strike the gmund'? [Ignnre air resistance}. d} At what distanee x' From the base of the tank would the enema strike the ground if the tank was full t‘tt"mereur_1,r instead of water? (Density of merettrjtr = 135% kgr'm3}. [9 mm stowage" 2 l9 @flmi'fi car seats a wt 3 1' \KPJI-‘Jili- yer-«1" iiPfll‘l' [33% : qZIh“ JR iFQd-EF'L J" D ni'éafififiu 11'. I II. The funnel in the figure (R = e em. r= 3 em, H= I? om] is filled with water. You initially have a esp covering the outlet of the funnel to prevent the water from draining out. Assume Lhat water is an ideal fluid. a} What is the gauge pressure at the bottom of the fitnnei‘iI Now remove the esp, so water begins to drain out of li'll: funnel. b) What is the ratio of the speed ofthe flniii exiting the funnel to the downward speed of the surface of the fluid at the top of the fisnnel? e] What is tho initial exit speed ofthe fluid from the funnel? ti} What is the initial rate [in liters per second} at which the water exits the funnel when the Funnel is full?) filial-[Mp -_ .LJWHU 5H (quiig {(Eiqflqt ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course PHYSICS 222 taught by Professor Gill during the Fall '10 term at Michigan State University.

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HW 1a solution F10 - Herizental pipe A herieentel pipe has...

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