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Principles of Fluid Mechanics HW #6

# Principles of Fluid Mechanics HW #6 - water is flowing...

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Principles of Fluid Mechanics CIE 327 - Fall 2011 Name: Dan Aiello Personal No.: 2 Homework Assignment No.: 2 Assigned Date: 11/4/11 Due Date: 11/11/11 Homework Total Points: Earned Points:

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Problem 1(6.24. page 264) The flow rate Q in an open channel depends on the hydraulic radius R, the cross-sectional area A, the wall roughness height e, gravity g, and the slope S. Relate Q to the other variables using the M-L-T.
Problem 2(7.18. page 331) Calculate the laminar entrance length in a 4-cm- diameter pipe if

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Unformatted text preview: water is flowing. Equations- Problem 3(7.29. page 332) • Find the length of the horizontal section, shear stress and the friction factor. Equation: Problem 4(7.29. page 332) • Find flow rate assuming water is flowing at 5C Equation- Problem 5(7.37. page 332) • Find the Reynolds number and wall shear stress Equations- Problem 6(7.55. page 334) • 96 kpa is the change in pressure find frictional factor Equations-...
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