hw6 - function of time Problem#4 A pressurized tank of...

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HOMEWORK #6 Problem #1 A glass manometer with mercury as a working fluid is connected to a duct as shown. Will the mercury in the manometer move as shown in (a) or (b)? Why? Problem #2 An aircraft flies at 5,000 m in altitude. A pitot static probe is used to measure the velocity. If the probe reads a differential pressure of 3 kPa determine the velocity of the aircraft. Problem #3 Water enters a tank of diameter D t steadily at a mass flow rate of m & . An orifice at the bottom with a diameter of D o allows water to escape. The orifice has a round entrance, so frictional losses are negligible. If the tank is initially empty, (a) determine the maximum height that the water will reach in the tank and (b) obtain a relation for water height as a
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