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Bernoulli Equation and Friction Losses

Dr. Nuhindro Priagung Widodo Teknik Pertambangan Fakultas Teknik Pertambangan dan Perminyakan Institut Teknologi Bandung 2013
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A pipe of diameter 2 cm rises through a vertical distance of 5m over the total pipe length of 2 000 m. Water of mean temperature 15C flows up the tube to exit at atmospheric pressure of 100 kPa. If the required flowrate is 1.6 litres per minute, find the resistance of the pipe, the work done against friction and the head of water that must be applied at the pipe entrance.
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A vertical shaft is 400 m deep, 5 m diameter and has wall roughenings of height 5 mm. An airflow of 150 m3/s passes at a mean density of 1.2 kg/m3. Taking the viscosity of the air to be 17.9 x 10-6 Ns/m2 and ignoring changes in kinetic energy, determine: (i) the coefficient of friction, f (ii) the turbulent resistance, Rt (m-4) (iii) the frictional pressure drop p (Pa) (iv) the work done against friction, F12 (J/kg) (v) the barometric pressure at the shaft bottom if the shaft top pressure is 100 kPa.

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Main Reference: Malcolm J. McPherson

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