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Unformatted text preview: . Find the terms for this relationship. 3. A thin elastic wire is placed between rigid supports. A fluid flows past the wire, and the drag force gives rise to a wire static deflection . Assume that = f(l, d, , , V, E) , where l is the length of wire, d the wire diameter, the fluid density, the fluid viscosity, V the fluid velocity, and E the modulus of elasticity (Pa) of the wire material. Develop a suitable set of terms for this problem. Section 7.5 of Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics by Munson, Young, & Okiishi (5 th or 6 th edition). 4. A liquid spray nozzle is designed to produce a specific size droplet with diameter, d . The droplet size depends on the nozzle diameter, D , nozzle velocity, V , and the liquid properties , , and . Using the common dimensionless terms found in Table 7.1, determine the functional relationship for the dependent diameter ratio of d/D ....
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