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Unformatted text preview: Fluid Flow Experiment Study of pressure drops through orifices, pipes, and elbows Objectives Compare predicted pressure drops (or fluid flow rates for meters) to experimental values OR Determine orifice coefficients vs flow rate and Fanning Friction Factor vs flow rate and compare to literature YOU DO NOT HAVE TO DO BOTH BOTH USE THE SAME EQUATIONS Compare literature equivalent length of elbows to experimental length (Only required for the formal report) Equations Orifice Meter ( ) b a c o o P P g C U = 2 1 8 Chapter Smith, & McCabe See 4 Cu Tubing 0.402 D a 2.2 D b 1.2 D c 6.35 mm For pressure recovery p o d d = = 0.622 0.61 equals 20000 Re @ C Re, vs C for 5 Chapter 1991 Hill McGraw Nevers, De Engineers, Chemical for Mechanics Fluid See o o > ( ) b a c o o o o P P g S C S U m = = 2 1 rate flow mass For 4 ( ) b a c o o o o P P g S C S U = = 2 1 rate flow tric For volume 4 Equations Venturi Meter a 2.5 D2....
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