## Solutions for Fluid Mechanics (2nd Edition)

Problem 2P:

Evaluate each of the following to three significant figures, and express each answer in SI units...Problem 3P:

Evaluate each of the following to three significant figures, and express each answer in SI units...Problem 4P:

Convert the following temperatures: (a) 250 K to degrees Celsius, (b) 322°F to degrees Rankine, (c)...Problem 5P:

The tank contains a liquid having a density of 1.22 slug/ft3. Determine the weight of the liquid...Problem 6P:

If air within the tank is at an absolute pressure of 680 kPa and a temperature of 70°C, determine...Problem 7P:

The bottle tank has a volume of 0.35 m3 and contains 40 kg of nitrogen at a temperature of 40°C....Problem 8P:

The bottle tank contains nitrogen having a temperature of 60°C. Plot the variation of the pressure...Problem 10P:

Dry air at 25°C has a density of 1.23 kg/m3. But if it has 100% humidity at the same pressure, its...Problem 11P:

The tanker carries 900(103) barrels of crude oil in its hold. Determine the weight of the oil if its...Problem 12P:

Water in the swimming pool has a measured depth of 3.03 m when the temperature is 5°C. Determine its...Problem 13P:

Determine the weight of carbon tetrachloride that should be mixed with 15 lb of glycerin so that the...Problem 14P:

The tank contains air at a temperature of 18°C and an absolute pressure of 160 kPa. If the volume of...Problem 15P:

The tank contains 4 kg of air at an absolute pressure of 350 kPa and a temperature of 18°C. If 0.8...Problem 16P:

The 8-m-diameter spherical balloon is filled with helium that is at a temperature of 28°C and an...Problem 17P:

Gasoline is mixed with 8 ft3 of kerosene so that the volume of the mixture in the tank becomes 12...Problem 18P:

Determine the change in the density of oxygen when the absolute pressure changes from 345 kPa to 286...Problem 19P:

The container is filled with water at a temperature of 25°C and a depth of 2.5 m. If the container...Problem 20P:

The rain cloud has an approximate volume of 6.50 mile3 and an average height, top to bottom, of 350...Problem 21P:

A volume of 8 m3 of oxygen initially at 80 kPa of absolute pressure and 15°C is subjected to an...Problem 23P:

Water at 20°C is subjected to a pressure increase of 44 MPa. Determine the percent increase in its...Problem 25P:

At a point deep in the ocean, the specific weight of seawater is 64.2 lb/ft3. Determine the absolute...Problem 26P:

A 2-kg mass of oxygen is held at a constant temperature of 50°C and an absolute pressure of 220 kPa....Problem 27P:

The viscosity of SAE 10 W30 oil is μ = 0.100 N·s/m2. Determine its kinematic viscosity. The specific...Problem 28P:

If the kinematic viscosity of glycerin is ν = 1.15(10−3) m2/s, determine its viscosity in FPS units....Problem 29P:

An experimental test using human blood at T = 30°C indicates that it exerts a shear stress of τ =...Problem 30P:

The plate is moving at 0.6 mm/s when the force applied to the plate is 4 mN. If the surface area of...Problem 31P:

When the force P is applied to the plate, the velocity profile for a Newtonian fluid that is...Problem 32P:

When the force P is applied to the plate, the velocity profile for a Newtonian fluid that is...Problem 33P:

The Newtonian fluid is confined between a plate and a fixed surface. If its velocity profile is...Problem 34P:

The Newtonian fluid is confined between the plate and a fixed surface. If its velocity profile is...Problem 35P:

If a force of P = 2 N causes the 30-mm-diameter shaft to slide along the lubricated bearing with a...Problem 36P:

A plastic strip having a width of 0.2 m and a mass of 150 g passes between two layers A and B of...Problem 37P:

A plastic strip having a width of 0.2 m and a mass of 150 g passes between two layers A and B of...Problem 38P:

The tank containing gasoline has a long crack on its side that has an average opening of 10 μm. The...Problem 39P:

The tank containing gasoline has a long crack on its side that has an average opening of 10 μm. If...Problem 40P:

Determine the constants B and C in Andrade's equation for water if it has been experimentally...Problem 41P:

The viscosity of water can be determined using the empirical Andrade's equation with the constants...Problem 42P:

Determine the constants B and C in the Sutherland equation for air if it has been experimentally...Problem 43P:

The constants B=1.357(10−6) N·s/(m2·K1/2) and C = 78.84 K have been used in the empirical Sutherland...Problem 44P:

The read-write head for a hand-held music player has a surface area of 0.04 μm2. The head is held...Problem 45P:

Determine the torque T required to rotate the disk with a constant angular velocity of ω = 30 rad/s....Problem 48P:

The tube rests on a 1.5-mm thin film of oil having a viscosity of μ = 0.0586 N · s/m2. If the tube...Problem 49P:

The tube rests on a 1.5-mm thin film of oil having a viscosity of μ = 0.0586 N · s/m2. If the tube...Problem 52P:

How hot can you make a cup of tea if you climb to the top of Mt. Everest (29,000 ft) and attempt to...Problem 53P:

A boat propeller is rotating in water that has a temperature of 15°C. What is the lowest absolute...Problem 54P:

As water at 20°C flows through the transition, its pressure will begin to decrease. Determine the...Problem 55P:

Water at 70°F is flowing through a garden hose. If the hose is bent, a hissing noise can be heard....Problem 57P:

For water falling out of the tube, there is a difference in pressure Δp between a point located just...Problem 58P:

Steel particles are ejected from a grinder and fall gently into a tank of water. Determine the...Problem 63P:

Because cohesion resists any increase in the surface area of a liquid, it actually tries to minimize...Problem 64P:

The glass tube has an inner diameter d and is immersed in water at an angle θ from the horizontal....Problem 65P:

The glass tube has an inner diameter of d = 2 mm and is immersed in water. Determine the average...Problem 67P:

The triangular glass rod has a weight of 0.3 N and is suspended on the surface of the water, for...Problem 68P:

The triangular glass rod has a weight of 0.3 N and is suspended on the surface of the water. If it...Problem 2CP:

Water poured from this pitcher tends to cling to its bottom side. Explain why this happens and...# Browse All Chapters of This Textbook

Chapter 1 - Fundamental ConceptsChapter 2 - Fluid StaticsChapter 3 - Kinematics Of Fluid MotionChapter 4 - Conservation Of MassChapter 5 - Work And Energy Of Moving FluidsChapter 6 - Fluid MomentumChapter 7 - Differential Fluid FlowChapter 8 - Dimensional Analysis And SimilitudeChapter 9 - Viscous Flow Within Enclosed ConduitsChapter 10 - Analysis And Design For Pipe Flow

# Sample Solutions for this Textbook

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Given: mm⋅MN Calculation: Convert the quantities. mm⋅MN=(1 mm×1 m103 mm)⋅(1 MN×(103) kN1...Given: Absolute pressure at point A (pA) is 400 kPa. Inner diameter of the pipe (d) is 50 mm....Determine the position of the particle (x, y). dxdt=u=14x Here, velocity component in x location is...Given: The width of the rectangular tube (B) is 60 mm. The average velocity of the flow (V) is 16...Given: The velocity at A (VA) is 6 m/s. The datum at A (zA) is 3 m Calculation: Since the cross...Draw the free body diagram of the pipe as in Figure (1). Cross section of the both the end of the...Draw the schematic representation of velocity distribution as in Figure (1). Calculation: Consider...Given: μVL3ρ Calculation: If the ratio of two or more quantities is cancelled to give the final...Given: The pressure drop (dpdx) is 100 Pa. The temperature of the water (T) is 20°C. Calculation:...

Given: Temperature (T) is 20°C. Diameter is (D) is 40 mm Calculation: At the temperature of 20°C...Given: The free stream velocity of the oil (U) is 4 ft/s. The temperature of the oil (T) is 68°F....Given: Velocity of river flow (vr) is 1.5m/s. Depth of water flow in the river (y) is 2 m....Given: Initial pressure (p1) is 120 psi. Initial temperature (T1) is 40 °F. Final temperature (T2)...Given: Mean radius (rm) is 75 mm. Discharge (Q) is 0.095 m3/s. Angular speed of the impeller (ω) is...

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