A Newtonian fluid having a specific grav-ity of 0.92 and a kinematic viscosity of flowspast a fixed surface. The velocity profile near the surface isshown inFig. P1.9R.Determine the magnitude and directionof the shearing stress developed on the plate. Express your an-swer in terms of
and expressed in units of meters per second and meters,respectively.
slocity of inside a fixed outer cylinder that has a diam-eter of 50.2 mm. The gap between the cylinders is filled withSAE 10 oil at The length of the inner cylinder is 200mm. Neglect bottom effects and assume the velocity distribu-tion in the gap is linear. If the temperature of the oil increasesto what will be the percentage change in the torque?
Estimate the increase in pressure
required to decrease a unit volume of mercury by 0.1%.
What is the isothermal bulk mod-ulus of nitrogen at a temperature of and an absolutepressure of
Compare the speed of sound inmercury and oxygen at
At a certain altitude it was foundthat water boils at What is the atmospheric pressure atthis altitude?
80 °C,20 °C.30 rad
MercuryGlycerinWaterSAE 30 Oil0.1 m0.1 m0.1 m0.1 m
6 mm3 mm= 0.01 N
= 0.02 N
Fixed plateFixed plate4 m/s
A large movable plate is located betweentwo large fixed plates as shown inFig. P1.10R.Two Newton-ian fluids having the viscosities indicated are contained betweenthe plates. Determine the magnitude and direction of the shear-ing stresses that act on the fixed walls when the moving platehas a velocity of as shown. Assume that the velocity dis-tribution between the plates is linear.
Determine the torque required to rotatea 50-mm-diameter vertical cylinder at a constant angular ve-
Review Problems for Chapter 2
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2.1R (Pressure head)
Compare the column heights of wa-ter,carbon tetrachloride,and mercury corresponding to a pres-sure of 50 kPa. Express your answer in meters.
A closed tank is par-tially filled with glycerin. If the air pressure in the tank isand the depth of glycerin is 10 ft,what is the pressurein at the bottom of the tank?
(ANS:)2.3R (Gage-absolute pressure)
On the inlet side of a pumpa Bourdon pressure gage reads vacuum. What is thecorresponding absolute pressure if the local atmospheric pres-sure is 14.7 psia?
A tank is constructed of a series of cylinders having diameters of 0.30,0.25,and 0.15 m as showninFig. P2.4R.The tank contains oil,water,and glycerin and amercury manometer is attached to the bottom as illustrated. Cal-culate the manometer reading,
A mercury manometer is used to mea-sure the pressure difference in the two pipelines of Fig. P2.5R.Fuel oil is flowing in
and SAE30 lube oil is flowing in
. Anair pocket has become entrapped in the lube oil as indicated.Determine the pressure in pipe
if the pressure in