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Ch8 Fiscous Flow in Pipes

Ch8 Fiscous Flow in Pipes



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Viscous Flow in Pipes
Flow of viscous, incompressible fluid in pipes and ducts will be considered.
is of round cross section,
is not round.Basic components of a typical
include pipes, fittings, valves, pumps of turbines.Even simple pipe systems are quite complex in terms of analytical considerations.“Exact” analysis of the simplest pipe flow topics (such as laminar flow in long,straight, constant diameter pipes) and dimensional analysis considerationscombined with experimental results for the other pipe flow topics will be used.
Unless otherwise specified, we will assume that the conduit is round (pipe).Pipe is assumed to be completely full of the flowing fluid.For open-channel flow (b), gravity alone is the driving force – water flows down ahill.For pipe flow (a), gravity may be important, but the main driving force is a pressuregradient along the pipe.If pipe is not full, it is not possible to maintain this pressure difference.
General Characteristics of Pipe Flow

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