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Q1. Water flows steadily through the variable area horizontal pipe shown in Fig.

meters. Viscous effects are neglected.

this flow.

(b) If the pressure at section (1) is 345 kPa, determine the pressure at (2) by (i)

integration of the pressure gradient obtained in (a), (ii) application of the Bernoulli

equation.

Q2. Repeat Problem above if the pipe is vertical with the flow down.

the object shown in Fig. below.

the object and is the upstream velocity.

(a) Determine the pressure gradient along this streamline.

(b) If the upstream pressure is integrate the pressure gradient to obtain the

(c) Show from the result of part

expected from the Bernoulli equation.

to accelerate water in a horizontal pipe at a rate of 30 m/?

Q5. Water flows from the faucet on the first floor of the building shown in Fig.

below with a maximum velocity of 6 m/s. For steady

Q6. A fire hose nozzle has a diameter of 2.86 cm. According to some fire codes,

the nozzle must be capable of delivering at least 946 L/min. If the nozzle is

attached to a 7.6 –cm-diameter hose, what pressure must be maintained just

upstream of the nozzle to deliver this flow rate?

Q7. Pop (with the same properties as water) flows from a

10-cm.-diameter pop container that contains three holes as shown in Fig. below.

The diameter of each fluid stream is 0.4 cm, and the distance between holes is 5

cm. If viscous effects are negligible and quasi-steady conditions are assumed,

determine the time at which the pop stops draining from the top hole. Assume the

pop surface is 5 cm. above the top hole when t = 0. Compare

your results with the time you measure.

Q8. Air flows through a Venturi channel of rectangular cross section as shown in

Fig. below. The constant width of the channel is 0.06 m and the height at the exit is

0.04 m. Compressibility and viscous effects are negligible.

(a) Determine the flow rate when water is drawn up 0.10 m in a small tube attached

to the static pressure tap at the throat where the channel height is 0.02 m.

(b) Determine the channel height , at section (2) where, for the same flow rate as in

part (a), the water is drawn up 0.05 m.

(c) Determine the pressure needed at section (1) to produce this flow.

Q9. Water flows steadily downward in the pipe shown in Fig. below with

negligible losses. Determine the flow rate.

Q10. Water flows from a large tank as shown in Fig. below.

Atmospheric pressure is 100 kPa (abs), and the vapor pressure is 11 kPa (abs). If

viscous effects are neglected, at what height, h, will cavitation begin?

To avoid cavitation, should the value of be increased or decreased? To avoid

cavitation, should the value of be increased or decreased? Explain.

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