V.C.3. THREE RESERVOIR PROBLEM EXAMPLE
Example Analyze water flowing between three reservoirs through a 3-pipe network having one Node J, with
the 3 parallel pipes having different pipe sizes and types.
There are three possible scenarios:
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IV.C. SIMPLE PIPES PIPE FRICTION AND MINOR LOSS EXAMPLES
Example #1 Simple pipe flow, energy losses due to pipe friction only, Q known.
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Example #2 Simple pipe flow, determine Q for the piping system in the following sketch:
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V.C.1. SERIES PIPES EXAMPLE
Example Analyze water flowing between two reservoirs, whose water surface elevations differ by H, passing
through 2 different pipe sizes and types in series.
[Text, p. 437]
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V.C.2. PARALLEL PIPES EXAMPLE
Example Analyze water flowing between two pipe network nodes A and B, while passing through 3 parallel
pipes having different pipe sizes and types.
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DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS EXAMPLE PROBLEM
Problem Statement
When a pebble is dropped into a pond, small waves travel outward in all directions as illustrated
in the sketch below. The speed of these waves, c, is a function of the liquid density, , the
waveleng
III.C.3. LINEAR MOMENTUM EQUATION EXAMPLES
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HYDOSTATIC PRESSURE FORCE ON CURVED SURFACES EXAMPLE #1
PROBLEM STATEMENT Elaboration on Example 2.9, p. 69
The 6-ft-diameter drainage conduit of Figure E2.9 (a), p. 69, shown below, is half full of water
at rest. Determine the magnitude and line of actio
III.A.2. ADDITIONALCONTINUITY AND BERNOULLI EQUATION EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE #1
Determine the height, h (ft), to which the water jet will rise for the vertical nozzle shown in the sketch below.
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EXAMPLE #2
Neglecting energy losses, determine the dis