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MAE 101A:Introductory Fluid Mechanics Homework 4 Due Monday February 15, 5:00 PM Problem 1 A reducer in a piping system is shown. The internal volume of the reducer is 0 . 2m 3 and its mass is 25 kg. Evaluate the total force that must be provided by surrounding pipes to support the reducer. The fluid is gasoline (SG=0.72). Fig. 1: Problem 1 Problem 2 A 30 reducing elbow is shown. The fluid is water. Evaluate the components of force that must be provided by the adjacent pipes to keep the elbow from moving. Fig. 2: Problem 2 Problem 3 A conical spray head is shown. The fluid is water and the exit stream is uniform. Evaluate: a. the thickness of the spray sheet at 400 mm radius. b. the axial force exerted by the spray head on the supply pipe. 1
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Fig. 3: Problem 3 Problem 4 A large tank of height h = 1 m and diameter D = 0 . 75 m is affixed to a cart as shown. Water issues from the thank through a nozzle of diameter d = 15 mm. The speed of the liquid leaving the tank is approximately V = 2
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2011 for the course MAE 101a taught by Professor Sakar during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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