Fluid Mechanics

there is a question about fluid mechanics ( fluid at rest), it is about the archimedes principle

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 ) shou...

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.

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 u...

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there is a question about fluid mechanics ( fluid at rest), it is about the archimedes principle

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 ) shou...

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.

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 u...

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Does fuel vapors in the fuel tank condense back into liquid form?

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

there is a question about fluid mechanics ( fluid at rest), it is about the archimedes principle

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 ) shou...

Does fuel vapors in the fuel tank condense back into liquid form?

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

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.

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 u...

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