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1. A fire hose nozzle has a diameter of 1.125 in. According to some fire codes, the nozzle

must be capable of delivering at

least 250 gal/min. If the nozzle is

attached to a 3-in diameter hose,

what pressure must be

maintained just upstream of the

nozzle to deliver this flowrate?

Use the continuity (mass

conservation) equation that 1Q1

= 1V1A1 =2V2A2 = 2Q2to solve

this problem. (Problem 3.18 from Munson et al., Fluid Mechanics text; figure from

solutions manual.)

We start with the usual from of the Bernoulli equation for incompressible flows.

p 2 p1 V22 V12

g z 2 z1

2

At the open outlet the gage pressure is zero. The outlet is at the same elevation as the point (1)

so z2 z1 = 0. Since the fluid is incompressible the continuity equation for this problem becomes

V1A1 = Q1 = Q2 = V2A2, where A1 = D12/4 = (3 in)2(1 ft2/144 in2)/4 = 0.049087 ft2and A2 = D22/4

= (1.125 in)2(1 ft2/144 in2)/4 = 0.006903 ft2. We thus find that V2 = Q2/A2 = (250 gal/min)

(1 ft3/7.4805 gal) / (0.006903 ft2) = 4.841 ft/min = 80.69 ft/s. From the continuity equation we

have V1 = Q1/A1 = Q2/A1 = (250 gal/min)(1 ft3/7.4805 gal) / (0.006903 ft2) = 680.83 ft/min =

11.347 ft/s. We can apply the above results to Bernoullis equation with a water density of 1.94

slugs/ft3 from Table 1.5 on the inside front cover.

g z 2 z1

p 2 p1

2

2

2

2

V12

0 p1

1 80.69 ft 11.347 ft

g 0

1.94 slugs 2

2

s

s

3

ft

2

2

2

lb f

1.94 slugs 1 80.69 ft 11.347 ft 1 lb f s

ft 2

p1

43.0 2

3

2

2

s

s

ft

in

slug ft 144 in

the figure rises 2.8 in above the outlet. Find the

flowrate. (Problem and figure 3.19 from Munson et al.,

Fluid Mechanics text.)

We start with the usual from of Bernoullis equation for

incompressible flows.

g z 2 z1

p 2 p1 V22 V12

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Here we apply the equation between the exit of the pipe (1) and the top of the water (2). Both

locations are open to the atmosphere so we have p1 = p2 = 0. The elevation difference, z2 z1 =

2.8 in = 0.2333 ft. At the top the velocity, V2, is zero. Setting these values into the Bernoulli

equation gives.

g z 2 z1

p 2 p1

V12

V12

32..174 ft

0

.

2333

ft

2

2

s2

2

2

V1 2

32..174 ft

0.2333 ft 3.875 ft

2

s

s

We can find the flow rate at point 1 from the equation that Q1 = A1V1..

Q1 V1 A1 V1

3

D12

4

3.875 ft 0.75 in

ft 2

0.119 ft 3

s

4

s

144 in 2

2

as shown in the figure on the right. Which

of the figures represents the variation of

water velocity as it leaves the holes?

Justify your choice. (Problem and figure

3.17 from Munson et al., Fluid Mechanics

text.)

The usual from of the Bernoulli equation for

incompressible flows is shown below.

g z 2 z1

p 2 p1 V22 V12

For this problem, both the upper surface of the liquid and the fluid flowing out of the can are

atmospheric pressure so p1 = p2. The resulting equation for the exit velocity V2 as a function of

elevation, z2 is shown below.

V2

2

1

2g z

2 gz1

1/ 2

2

a bz12/ 2

Since b = (2g)1/2 is positive, this equation tells us that V2 increases as z2 decreases, varying as

the square root of z2,. (Recall that z2 is the elevation so as the depth from the top of the liquid

increases, the value of z2 decreases.) All curves show an increase in V2 as z2 increases, but we

can immediately rule out the linear (straight line) curve in (b), because the equation that V2 a z21/2

is non-linear. This leaves the choice between (a) and (c). We see that the slope, dV/dz, in (a)

increases in magnitude as z decreases while the slope in (c) decreases in magnitude as z

decreases. The slope of our equation for V2 is dV2/dz2 = b/(2z21/2). This slope is negative for

any value of z2; the negative slope tells us that dV2/dz2 increases as z2 decreases. This result is

consistent with the curve in figure (a).

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