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tshawe-isaac

about 4 years ago

Fluid Mechanics

A circular pipe forms a barrier between water and oil and is 6 m long. Determine the magnitude of the resultant hydrostatic thrust so it does not float. given: water density is 1000kg/m3 oil density is 850 kg/m3, diameter is 0.9m. the oil and water are seperated by the diameter.

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peter-ngumbao

over 4 years ago

Fluid Mechanics

In a hydroelectric plant the head available is 450 m of water. 25 cm penstock pipe with friction factor of 0.014 is used. The length of the pipe line is 3600 m. Determine(i) An expression for the maximum power developed. (4 marks)(ii) Maximum power developed. (2 marks)(iii) Power transmitted for u = 4.5 m/s.

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Cuse1234

over 6 years ago

Fluid Mechanics

A piece of yellow pine wood (density = 650 kg/m3 ) is 5 cm by 5 cm square and 2.2 m long. How many Newtons (N) of lead (density = 11,400 kg/m3 ) should be attached to the bottom of the wood so that it will float vertically with 30 cm out of the water ?

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Sreenu

about 7 years ago

Fluid Mechanics

100%

A pipe of cross-sectional area A suddenly increases to an area of 10A. The air velocity in the pipe is V, and the pressure at station 1 is p1. After undergoing mixing in the larger pipe, the velocity becomes again at station 2, where the velocity is V2, and the pressure is p2. Assume the density ρ is constant everywhere (low speed flow). Be sure to clearly draw the control volume you will be using.

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philip-quartz

over 1 year ago

Fluid Mechanics

You have been given the reynolds number and the velocity of the flow

10

tshawe-isaac

about 4 years ago

Fluid Mechanics

A circular pipe forms a barrier between water and oil and is 6 m long. Determine the magnitude of the resultant hydrostatic thrust so it does not float. given: water density is 1000kg/m3 oil density is 850 kg/m3, diameter is 0.9m. the oil and water are seperated by the diameter.

0

peter-ngumbao

over 4 years ago

Fluid Mechanics

In a hydroelectric plant the head available is 450 m of water. 25 cm penstock pipe with friction factor of 0.014 is used. The length of the pipe line is 3600 m. Determine(i) An expression for the maximum power developed. (4 marks)(ii) Maximum power developed. (2 marks)(iii) Power transmitted for u = 4.5 m/s.

0

AyenaMosesRaymond

over 5 years ago

Fluid Mechanics

how does pressure through a point vary with the orientation of a plane?

1

Cuse1234

over 6 years ago

Fluid Mechanics

A piece of yellow pine wood (density = 650 kg/m3 ) is 5 cm by 5 cm square and 2.2 m long. How many Newtons (N) of lead (density = 11,400 kg/m3 ) should be attached to the bottom of the wood so that it will float vertically with 30 cm out of the water ?

0

philip-quartz

over 1 year ago

Fluid Mechanics

You have been given the reynolds number and the velocity of the flow

10

peter-ngumbao

over 4 years ago

Fluid Mechanics

In a hydroelectric plant the head available is 450 m of water. 25 cm penstock pipe with friction factor of 0.014 is used. The length of the pipe line is 3600 m. Determine(i) An expression for the maximum power developed. (4 marks)(ii) Maximum power developed. (2 marks)(iii) Power transmitted for u = 4.5 m/s.

0

AyenaMosesRaymond

over 5 years ago

Fluid Mechanics

how does pressure through a point vary with the orientation of a plane?

1

Cuse1234

over 6 years ago

Fluid Mechanics

A piece of yellow pine wood (density = 650 kg/m3 ) is 5 cm by 5 cm square and 2.2 m long. How many Newtons (N) of lead (density = 11,400 kg/m3 ) should be attached to the bottom of the wood so that it will float vertically with 30 cm out of the water ?

0

ambani

over 10 years ago

Fluid Mechanics

What are the required conditions for the fuel to condense back and can it happen at room temperature?

3

Fluid Mechanics