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A streamline in a steady flow of a constant density ρ=1.94 slug /ft cubed fluid is horizontal. The fluid may be assumed to be idea, meaning it has no viscosity. At a point on the streamline the velocity is 2.5 ft/sec and a pressure of 8psi. At some distance downstream, a stagnation point occurs on this stream line at the tip of a pitot tube. What is the pressure at this stagnation point? Point 2 is a stagnation point, V2=0. Horizontal pipe z1=z2 A Manometer containing mercury (Hg S=13.6) and air is attached to a tank that contains water and air. All of these fluids are static. Compute the water pressure at the location of the pressure gage in the tank. A water tank has a circular base of diameter 15 meters. A circular pipe (pipe A) flowing into the tank and has a diameter 20 cm. The elevation of the water surface in the tank is observed to be dropping (going down) at a rate of 3 cm/min compute the flow rate Q in pipe B. A standard-sized 55-gallon steel drum (a cylindrical container) containing

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