TUTORIAL 11
Q1.
Solution
Assumptions
1 The flow is steady and incompressible. 2 The
entrance effects are negligible, and thus the flow is fully developed. 3
The flow is turbulent so that the tabulated value of the loss
coefficients can be used (to be ver

TUTORIAL 10
Head losses
Question
A solar heated water tank is to be used for showers using gravity
driven flow. For a specified flow rate, the elevation of the water level
in the tank relative to showerhead is to be determined.
Given :
The density and dy

Tutorial 9
Control Volume Moving with Constant Velocity
Mass and momentum conservation
Continuity equation
Question
The circular dish, whose cross section is shown, has an outside diameter of 0.20
m. A water jet with speed of 35 m/s strikes the dish conce

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Vikash Kumar
Tutorial 8
Question
Givens and Unknowns
General:
ab:
Assumptions
1-
Steady flow, so velocities dont change with respect
to time
2-
Incompressible flow, so we can say density is
constant
3-
Two dimensional flow, given properti

D1= 0.1 m
D2 = 0.05 m
V2= 20 m/s
Z2 = 4 m
Calculate minimum gage pressure required at section 1.
If the device were inverted what would be the minimum pressure at section 1 to
maintain nozzle velocity at 20 m/s.
Step 1.
Step 2
Step 3
When device is invert

Tutorial 5
Question 1
Answer
Question 2
Liquid concrete is poured into the form (R = 0.313 m). The form is w =
4.25 m wide normal to the diagram. Compute the magnitude of
normal force exerted on the form by the concrete and specify its line
of action.

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