.' 2.36 A U-mbe mercury manometer is connected to a closed
pressurized tank as illustrated in Fig. P2.36. vathe nir‘p‘ressw}:
is 2 psi, determine the differential reading, 11. The speciﬁc
weight of the air is negligible, ' =
Mercury (50 n 13.6)-—— ’
9

‘3 3. 3.2. Water ﬂows around the vertical two- -d1—_
'._' mensional bend with circul‘a: Streamlines and~
constant Velocity as shown in Fig P3 I2 If the
V preﬁsme is 40 kPa at point (L), determine the
Z pressurqs at points (2) and (3) Assume that the
‘ vel

5. 1313.:
5.13;}. A hydraulic jam}: (8%de W041) is in place downsaeam
from a spillway as initﬁcater!1 in Fig. P511. Upstream of the jump,
the depth of the swam is 0.6 ft and the average stream velocity is
‘ 18 f‘t/s. Just dawnsu’eam ofriaejump, the avexag

7.8 Water ﬂows over a dam as illustrated in Fig. P7.a .
Assume the ﬂowmtc, q. per unit length along [ha dam depends
omhe head. H. width, b, acceleration ofgmvity, g, ﬂuid density,
p. and ﬂuid viscosity. 1;. Develop a suitable set of dimensionless
paramete

ﬁx? .The three components of veracity in a
ﬂow ﬂew 'axe, gimm by
u = x“ + y" + 2?"
"U = .2431! + y-z + £1
' w E 4’,ng— 22/2 + 4-
(a)],Jej-mmmé the vommctric'dﬂatation.rate, and .
interpret‘thg resuits. (byDetenninc an expression ~
‘ for. the inﬂation ve‘c