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1 [7] Fall 2010 Fluid Mechanics Dr. Mohammad N. Almasri [7] The Energy Equation

Introduction

There are various types of devices and components that are utilized in flow systems They occur in most fluid flow systems and they either: add energy to the fluid (in the case of pumps) remove energy from the fluid (in the case of turbines), or cause undesirable losses of energy from the fluid (in the case of friction)

Pumps

A pump is a common example of a mechanical device that adds energy to a fluid An electric motor or some other prime power device drives a rotating shaft in the pump. The pump then takes this kinetic energy and delivers it to the fluid, resulting in fluid flow and increased fluid pressure

Pumps

Turbines

Turbines are examples of devices that take energy from a fluid and deliver it in the form of work, causing the rotation of a shaft

Turbines

Turbines

Turbines

Fluid Friction

A fluid in motion suffers losses in energy into thermal energy (heat) due to friction Heat is dissipated through the walls of the pipe in which the fluid is flowing The magnitude of the energy loss (called headloss) is dependent on the properties of the fluid the flow velocity the pipe size the smoothness of the pipe wall the length of the pipe

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Generally, headloss in the pipes due to friction is given in the following general form (later we will see different forms):

where hL is the headloss due to friction, L is the length, D is the diameter, v is the velocity, and the constant depends on the status of the internal surface of the pipe, its type, viscosity of the fluid, Apparently, the hL increases linearly with pipe length

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Elements that control the direction or flow rate of a fluid in a system typically set up local turbulence in the fluid, causing energy to be dissipated as heat Whenever there is a restriction, a change in flow velocity, or a change in the direction of flow, these energy losses occur

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The headloss caused by s sudden expansion is given by the following relationship:

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The headloss caused by a sudden contraction is given by the following relationship:

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Now what we need to do is to update Bernoulli equation to account for the addition, removal, and losses in energy

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Take a control volume and do an energy balance Energy can enter the control volume in two ways: Energy transported by the flowing fluid By a pump Energy can leave the control volume in three ways: Energy transported by the flowing fluid By a turbine By headloss (to heat)

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However, we will deal with head rather than energy or work Head is the energy of the fluid per weight of fluid

This implies that: hp: head added by the pump (pump head) ht: head extracted by the turbine (turbine head) hL: head loss due to friction

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Head carried by flow into the CV Head added by pumps

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Dr. Mohammad N. Almasri

Head loss

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It is essential that the general energy equation be written in the direction of flow After the fluid leaves point 1 it enters the pump, where energy is added (hp). A motor drives the pump, and the impeller of the pump transfers the energy to the fluid (hp) Then the fluid flows through a piping system composed of a valve, elbows, and the lengths of pipe, in which energy is dissipated from the fluid and is lost (hp) Before reaching point 2, the fluid flows through a fluid motor, which removes some of the energy to drive an external device (ht)

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where is the kinetic energy correction factor. This factor accounts for the cases when the velocity profile is not uniformly distributed. However, in all the cases that we will come across, we will use = 1

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Example

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Example

A horizontal pipe carries cooling water at 10C from a reservoir. The head loss in the pipe is:

where L is the length of the pipe from the reservoir to the point in question, V is the mean velocity in the pipe, and D is the diameter of the pipe

If the pipe diameter is 20 cm and the rate of flow is 0.06 m3/s, what is the pressure in the pipe at L = 2000 m. Assume 2 = 1

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Power is defined as the rate of doing work

The unit of power is watt (W) This is equivalent to N.m/s or J/s P = Q hp where P is the power added by the pump to the fluid, is the specific weight of the fluid, and Q is the volume flow rate

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Both pumps and turbines lose energy due to mechanical factors To account for these losses, we use the term pump efficiency or e The efficiency is the ratio of power output from the pump (Pout) to power input to the pump (Pin)

= Pout/Pin e = Pout/Pin

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Required Added

: Specific weight (N/m3) Q: Flow rate (m3/s) H: Head added by pump (m) e: [-]

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Each one horsepower (HP) is equivalent to 746 Watts

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Example

A pipe 50 cm in diameter carries water (10C) at a rate of 0.5 m3/s. A pump in the pipe is used to move the water from an elevation of 30 m to 40 m

The pressure at section 1 is 70 kPa gage and the pressure at section 2 is 350 kPa gage What power in kilowatts and in horsepower must be supplied to the flow by the pump? Assume hL = 3 m and 1 = 2=1

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Example

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Example

A small hydroelectric power plant takes a discharge of 14.1 m3/s through an elevation drop of 61 m The head loss through the intakes, penstock, and outlet works is 1.5 m. The combined efficiency of the turbine and electrical generator is 87% What is the rate of power generation?

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Example

Water (10C) is flowing at a rate of 0.35 m3/s, and it is assumed that hL = 2V2/2g from the reservoir to the gage, where V is the velocity in the 30cm pipe. What power must the pump supply? Assume = 1.0 at all locations

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Example

In the pump test shown, the rate of flow is 0.16 m3/s of oil (S = 0.88)

Calculate the horsepower that the pump supplies to the oil if there is a differential reading of 120 cm of mercury in the Utube manometer. Assume = 1.0 at all locations

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Example

Neglecting head losses, determine what horsepower the pump must deliver to produce the flow as shown. Here the elevations at points A, B, C, and D are 35 m, 60 m, 35 m, and 30 m, respectively. The nozzle area is 90 cm2

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Engineers find it useful to employ the "energy grade line" (EGL) and the "hydraulic grade line" (HGL) in working with the pipe systems

These imaginary lines help the engineers find the trouble spots in the system (usually points of low pressure) HGL is the line that indicates the piezometric head at each location in the system (p/ + z)

EGL is the line that indicates the total head at each location (V2/2g + p/ + z)

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As the velocity goes to zero, the HGL and the EGL approach each other Thus, in a reservoir,they are identical and lie on the surface

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Energy Addition by Pumps

A pump causes an abrupt rise in the EGL and HGL by adding energy to the flow

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Energy Removal by Turbines

A turbine causes an abrupt drop in the EGL and HGL by removing energy from the flow

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Discharge to Atmosphere

When a pipe discharges into the atmosphere the HGL is coincident with the system because P/ = 0 at these points

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Negative Pressure

If the HGL falls below the pipe, then P/ is negative indicating subatmospheric pressure and a potential location of cavitation

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Diameter Change

For a steady flow in a pipe of constant diameter and wall roughness, the slope of the EGL and HGL will be constant However, when there is a change in the diameter there will be a change in the EGL and HGL

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A general Case

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Example

Water flows from the reservoir through a pipe and then discharges from a nozzle. The head loss in the pipe itself is given as hL = 0.025 (L/D) (V2/2g), where L and D are the length and diameter of the pipe and V is the velocity in the pipe

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What is the discharge of water? Draw the HGL and EGL for the system

Example

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Example

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Example

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Example

What power must be supplied to the water to pump 0.1 m3/s at 20C from the lower to the upper reservoir? Assume that the head loss in the pipes is given by hL = 0.018 (L/D) (V2/2g), where L and D are the length and diameter of the pipe and V is the velocity in the pipe. Sketch the HGL and the EGL

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Example

Water flows from the reservoir on the left to the reservoir on the right at a rate of 0.45 m3/s. The formula for the head losses in the pipes is hL = 0.018 (L/D) (V2/2g). What elevation in the left reservoir is required to produce this flow? Sketch the HGL and the EGL for the system

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