Principles of Fluid Mechanics 3

Principles of Fluid Mechanics 3 - trapezoidal channel with...

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Principles of Fluid Mechanics CIE 327 - Fall 2011 Name: Dan Aiello Personal No.: 2 Homework Assignment No.: 2 Assigned Date: 9/23/11 Due Date: 9/30/11 Homework Total Points: Earned Points:
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Problem 1(4.34. page 184) Water is flowing in a 2.5 in. diameter pipe at 60 ft/sec. If the pipe enlarges to a diameter of 5 in., calculate the reduced velocity. Also, calculate the mass flux and the flow rate. Equations: Solution:
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Problem 2(4.36. page 184) A pipe transports 200 kg/s of water and the pipe tees into a 5 cm dia. Pipe and a 7 cm pipe. If the average velocity is 25 m/s in the smaller pipe calculate the flow rate in the larger pipe. Equation: Solution:
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Problem 3(4.40. page 184) Water flows with a velocity of 3 m/s at a depth of 1.5 m in a
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Unformatted text preview: trapezoidal channel with a 2m base and it empties into a pipe and flows at 2 m/s what is the diameter. o Pipe is full o Pipe is half full o Water in pipe is the radius Equation: a) b) Continued c) Problem 4(4.49. page 185) Calculate V2 Equations: Solution: Problem 5(4.59. page 187) Water is 4mdeep behind a gate in a rectangular channel and is suddenly open find initial dh/dt if V2=8m/sec V1=.2m/sec and the channel length is 100m. Problem 6(4.74. page 189) Find V1 in the vertical pipe Equations: Solution: Problem 6(4.79. page 189) Predict the value of H and p Problem 7(4.82. page 190) Calculate flow rate on section A. Equations: Solution: a)...
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