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Appendices: 1) Raw data. 2) Data analysis and sample of calculation. 3) Two plot for orifice and venturi tubes. Data Analysis: a) Pitot tube : from the data I got, Q (m3/s) in table 1 calculated by dividing the volume over the time. Then, V(exp) calculated by dividing Q(exp) over the cross-sectional area. Next, the pressure drop was calculated by multiplying the height difference by the gravity constant by the density. Then, (V)the was calculated by eq1. Also, the Reynolds was calculated by multiplying the diameter by the velocity by the
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Unformatted text preview: diameter then divided over the viscosity. b) Orifice tube : Q was measured experimentally by dividing the volume over the time. Then, the pressure drop was calculated same as in the Pitot tube. Next, the cross section area for the orifice was calculated (A0). Then,(Q)the was calculated by eq2 and eq3. c) Venturi : the procedure f calculation same as in the orifice by using eq4 and eq5. d) The discharge coefficient was found from plot which is the slope for each plot of orifice and venturi....
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2011 for the course CHEMICAL E CHE 309 taught by Professor M.elgaily during the Fall '09 term at King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals.

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