## Solutions for Fluid Mechanics

Problem 1.2P:

Table A.6 lists the density of the standard atmosphere as a function of altitude. Use these values...Problem 1.3P:

For the triangular element in Fig, P1.3,show that a tilted free liquid surface, in contact with an...Problem 1.4P:

Sand, and other granular materials, appear to flow; that is, you can pour them from a container or a...Problem 1.5P:

The mean free path of a gas, l, is defined as the average distance traveled by molecules between...Problem 1.6P:

Henri Darcy, a French engineer, proposed that the pressure drop p for flow at velocity V through a...Problem 1.7P:

Convert the following inappropriate quantities into SI units: (a) 2.283 E7 U.S, gallons per day; (b)...Problem 1.8P:

Suppose we know little about the strength of materials but are told that the bending stress s in a...Problem 1.9P:

A hemispherical container, 26 inches in diameter, is filled with a liquid at 20°C and weighed. The...Problem 1.10P:

The Stokes-Oseen formula [33] for drag force F on a sphere of diameter D in a fluid stream of low...Problem 1.11P:

P1.11 In English Engineering units, the specific heat cp of air at room temperature is approximately...Problem 1.12P:

For low-speed (laminar) steady flow through a circular pipe, as shown in Fig. P1.12, the velocity u...Problem 1.13P:

The efficiency ? of a pump is defined as the (dimension-less) ratio of the power developed by the...Problem 1.14P:

Figure P1.14 shows the flow of water over a dam. The volume flow Q is known to depend only on crest...Problem 1.15P:

The height H that fluid rises in a liquid barometer tube depends upon the liquid density , the...Problem 1.16P:

Algebraic equations such as Bernoulli's relation, Bq. (1) of Example 1.3, are dimensionally...Problem 1.17P:

The Hazen-Williams hydraulics formula for volume rate of flow Q through a pipe of diameter D and...Problem 1.18P:

For small particles at low velocities, the first term in the Slukes-Oseen drag law, Prob. 1.10, is...Problem 1.19P:

In his study of the circular hydraulic jump formed by a faucet flowing into a sink, Watson [53]...Problem 1.20P:

Books on porous media and atomization claim that the viscosity and surface tension Y of a fluid can...Problem 1.21P:

Aeronautical engineers measure the pitching moment M0 of a wing and then write it in the following...Problem 1.23P:

During World War II, Sir Geoffrey Taylor, a British fluid dynamicist, used dimensional analysis to...Problem 1.24P:

Air, assumed to be an ideal gas with k = 1.40, flows isen-tropkally through a nozzle. At section 1,...Problem 1.25P:

On a summer day in Narragansett, Rhode Island, the air temperature is 74°F and the barometric...Problem 1.26P:

When we in the United States say a car's tire is filled "to 32 lb," we mean that its internal...Problem 1.28P:

Wet atmospheric air at 100 percent relative humidity contains saturated water vapor and, by Dal...Problem 1.30P:

P1.30 Repeat Prob. 1.29 if the tank is filled with compressed water instead of air, Why is the...Problem 1.33P:

A tank contai as 9 kg of CO2at 20°C and 2.0 MPa. Estimate the volume of the tank, in m3.Problem 1.34P:

Consider steam at the following state near the samration line: (p1,T1) = (1.31 MPa, 290°C)....Problem 1.35P:

In Table A.4, most common gases (air, nitrogen, oxygen, hydrogen) have a specific heat ratio k1.40 ....Problem 1.37P:

A near-ideal gas has a molecular weight of 44 and a specific heal cv= 610 J/(kg · K). What are (a)...Problem 1.38P:

In Fig. 1.7, if the fluid is glycerin at 20°C and the width between plates is G mm. what shear...Problem 1.40P:

Glycerin at 20°C fills the space between a hollow sleeve of diameter 12 em and a fixed coaxial solid...Problem 1.41P:

An aluminum cylinder weighing 30 N, 6 cm in diameter and 40 cm long, is falling concentrically...Problem 1.44P:

One type of viscometer is simply a long capillary tube. A commercial device is shown in Prob. C1.10....Problem 1.45P:

A block of weight W slides down an inclined plane while lubricated by a thin film of oil, as in Fig,...Problem 1.46P:

A simple and popular model for two nonnewtonian fluids in Fig. 1.8a is the power-law: Cdudyn where C...Problem 1.47P:

Data for the apparent viscosity of average human blood, at normal body temperature of 37°C, varies...Problem 1.48P:

A thin plate is separated from two fixed plates by very viscous liquids 1 and 2, respectively, as in...Problem 1.49P:

An amazing number of commercial and laboratory devices have been developed to measure fluid...Problem 1.52P:

The belt in Fig. P1.52 moves at a steady velocity V and skims the top of a tank of oil of viscosity...Problem 1.53P:

A solid tune of angle 2 , base r0, and density cis rotating with initial angular velocity 0 Inside...Problem 1.54P:

A disk of radius R rotates at an angular velocity inside a disk-shaped container filled with oil of...Problem 1.55P:

A block of weight W is being pulled over a table by another weight W0, as shown in Kg. P1.55. Find...Problem 1.56P:

The device in Fig. P1.56 is called a cone-plate viscometer [29]. The angle of the cone is very...Problem 1.57P:

Extend the steady flow between a fixed lower plate and a moving upper plate, from Fig. 1.7, to the...Problem 1.58P:

The laminar pipe flow example of Prob. 1.12 can be used to design a capillary viscometer [29]. If Q...Problem 1.59P:

A solid cylinder of diameter D, length L, and density s falls due to gravity inside a tube of...Problem 1.62P:

P1.62 The hydrogen bubbles that produced the velocity profiles in Fig. 1.15 arc quite small, mm. If...Problem 1.64P:

Pressure in a water container can be measured by an open vertical tube—see Fig. P2.11 for a sketch....Problem 1.65P:

The system in Fig. P1.65 is used to calculate the pressure p1 in the tank by measuring the 15-cm...Problem 1.69P:

A solid cylindrical needle of diameter d, length L, and density n may float in liquid of surface...Problem 1.70P:

Derive an expression for the capillary height change h for a fluid of surface tension Y and contact...Problem 1.71P:

A soap bubble of diameter D1coalesces with another bubble of diameter D2to form a single bubble D3...Problem 1.72P:

Early mountaineers boiled water to estimate their altitude. If they reach the top and find that...Problem 1.73P:

A small submersible moves al velocity V, in fresh water at 20°C, at a 2-m depth, where ambient...Problem 1.74P:

Oil, with a vapor pressure of 20 kPa, is delivered through a pipeline by equally spaced pumps, each...Problem 1.75P:

An airplane flies at 555 mi/h. At what altitude in the standard atmosphere will the airplane's Math...Problem 1.78P:

P1.78 Sir Isaac Newton measured the speed of sound by timing the difference between seeing a...Problem 1.81P:

Use Eq. (1.39) to find and sketch the streamlines of the following flow Held: u = Kx; v = —Ky; w =...Problem 1.82P:

P1.82 A velocity field is given by u = V cos, v = V sin, and w = 0, where V and are constants....Problem 1.84P:

In the early 1900s, the British chemist Sir Cyril Hinshelwood quipped that fluid dynamics study was...Problem 1.86P:

A right circular cylinder volume v is to be calculated from the measured base radius R and height H....Problem 1.1FEEP:

The absolute viscosity of a fluid is primarily a Function of (a) Density, (b) Temperature, (c)...Problem 1.3FEEP:

Helium has a molecular weight of 4.003. What is the weight of 2 m3 of helium at 1 aba and 20°C? (a)...Problem 1.4FEEP:

An oil has a kinematic viscosity of 1.25 E-4 m2/s and a specific gravity of 0.80, What is its...Problem 1.7FEEP:

FE1.7 Two parallel plates, one moving at 4 m/s and the other fixed, are separated by a...Problem 1.9FEEP:

A certain water flow at 20°C has a critical cavitation number, where bubbles form, Ca 0.25, where...Problem 1.1CP:

Sometimes we can develop equations and solve practical problems by knowing nothing more than the...Problem 1.2CP:

When a person ice skates, the surface of the ice actually melts beneath the blades, so that he or...Problem 1.3CP:

Two thin flat plates, tilted at an angle a, are placed in a tank of liquid of known surface tension...Problem 1.4CP:

Oil of viscosity and density drains steadily down the side of a tall, wide vertical plate, as...Problem 1.8CP:

C1.8 A mechanical device that uses the rotating cylinder of Fig. C1.6 is the Stormer viscometer...Problem 1.10CP:

A popular gravity-driven instrument is the Cannon-Ubbelohde viscometer, shown in Fig. C1.10. The...# Browse All Chapters of This Textbook

Chapter 1 - IntroductionChapter 2 - Pressure Distribution In A FluidChapter 3 - Integral Relations For A Control VolumeChapter 4 - Differential Relations For Fluid FlowChapter 5 - Dimensional Analysis And SimilarityChapter 6 - Viscous Flow In DuctsChapter 7 - Flow Past Immersed BodiesChapter 8 - Potential Flow And Computational Fluid DynamicsChapter 9 - Compressible FlowChapter 10 - Open-channel Flow

### Book Details

The eighth edition of White’s

**Fluid Mechanics**offers students a clear and comprehensive presentation of the material that demonstrates the progression from physical concepts to engineering applications and helps students quickly see the practical importance of fluid mechanics fundamentals. The wide variety of topics gives instructors many options for their course and is a useful resource to students long after graduation.The book’s unique problem-solving approach is presented at the start of the book and carefully integrated in all examples. Students can progress from general ones to those involving design, multiple steps and computer usage.

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Given Information: Temperature of gas is 20 ° C Number of molecules is 1012 per cubic millimeter....Given: Initial temperature = 10℃ Initial Pressure = 1atm ⇒ 101.350 kPa New Pressure = 600kPa Concept...Given: μ≈1.80E−5 Pa·s for air at 20 °C Concept Used: Formula used μ=μo(T/To)n Calculation: First...Given: The fluid viscosity μ is then given by μ={Wnett(3π)DL} if t≥2ρDLμ Concept Used: Formulas are...Given: An approximation for the boundary layer shape u(y)≈Usin(πy2δ), 0≤y≤δ Where U=stream velocity...Given Information: We have below mentioned data, Slope as, 1R=d2ηdx2, The height as, h Surface...Torricelli (1608−1647) was a famous mathematician and born in Faenza, Italy. He completed his...Given: The pressure drop is held constant at Δp=5 kPa Tube Diameter =2 mm Length of pipe =1 m...Given: θ=15°, h=1 mm, m=6 kg, A=35 cm2 Dynamic viscosity of SAE 30 oil at 20°C, μ=0.2394 pa.s...

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Figure-(1) The height of oil in...Write the expression for horizontal hydrostatic force. FH=P1A …… (I) Here, the pressure is P1 and...Write the expression for horizontal component of hydrostatic force. FH=γAhCG …… (I) Here, the...Given information: The maximum point of parabola AB is point A. The width of the panel is 150cm. The...Given information: The quarter circle BC is hinged at point C. The weight of the gate is neglected....Given information: The width of uniform body is b. It’s in static equilibrium, when pivoted about...Given Information: Let diameter of the sphere be D Dimensions of the box − length-L, breadth − b,...Given Information: Diameter of the log = 24 inches = 0.61 m Density of the log = 710 kg/m3 Density...Given information: The depth of water is 20 cm, the angular velocity is 120 r/min. Write the...Given: Concept Used: Force acting on the panel is given by F=p.A Where, p is the pressure in N/m2...Given information: Height of levee is 30 m Width of levee is 5 m Depth is 20 m Density is equal to...Given information: Three forms of Newton’s second law i.e. ∑F=ma ∑F=ddt(mv) ∑F=ddt( ∫ system vρ d ∘...Given: Diameter of the duct = 2 cm At section 1: Temperature = 345 K Pressure = 1.1 MPa At section...Given information: The diameter of nozzle at section 1 is 12 in, the diameter of nozzle at section 2...Given information: The force required to hold the plate steady is 70 N, diameter of the nozzle at...Given information: The diameter of the tube in which fluid is flowing is 3 in, the difference in the...Given information: The diameter of the tube at inlet and outlet in which the fluid is flowing is 10...Given information: The liquid in the tank is kerosene at 20 °C temperature. The air pressure inside...Given information: The diameter at section (1) is 12 cm . The diameter of the jet is 4 cm . The...Given information: The diameter of the tube is 0.001 m, the length of the siphon tube is 2 m The...Given information: The flow rate is 40 m3/h . The temperature of the water is 40°C . The height of...Given information: The temperature of the water flowing inside the nozzle is 35°C, The diameter at...Given information: The flow is uniform and hydrostatic. The height of the water level at section (1)...Given information: The diameter of the cylindrical tank is D . The initial height of the liquid is...Given information: The flow rate of the pump is 4000 gal/m . The temperature of the water is 20 °C ....Given information: The flow of water is steady and isothermal. The diameter at the section (1) is 9...Given information: The flow rate is 15000 gal/min . The friction head loss is 17 ft . The magnitude...Given information: The flow rate is Q . The flow is laminar. The head loss in the pipe is...Given information: The discharge from the pump is 57 m3/h . The discharge temperature of the water...Given information: There is linear variation between the head and the flow rate. The Figure-(1)...Given information: The tank is insulated. The initial temperature inside the tank is 20 °C and...Given information: The temperature of Kerosine is 20 °C . The flow rate of Kerosine is 2.3 ft3/s ....Given information: Write the expression for the idealized velocity field. V=4txi−2t2yj+4xzk Here,...Given information: The two dimensional velocity field is, V=(x2−y2+x)i−(2xy+y)j Here, the variables...Given information: The fluid velocity along the streamline AB is V=ui=U0(1+R3x3)i. Compare the...Given information: The velocity in x -direction is −2xy, the velocity in y direction is y2−x2. Write...Given information: Two dimensional converging nozzle velocity distribution in x direction, y...Given information: The volume flow rate of incompressible flow towards a drain is Q, the area of the...Given information: The Flow field V=Kxi+Kyj−2Kzk is a vector representing a three dimensional...Given information: The flow is incompressible in nature, the cylindrical coordinate are vr=0,...Given information: The velocity component of laminar flow between parallel plate in x direction, y...Given information: The two dimensional incompressible velocity potential is given as, ϕ=xy+x2−y2=0...Assume the flow to be parallel, u=w=0 Due to this, the momentum equation along x and z directions...Given: Diameter of the circular tube, d=9cm=0.09m Reynolds number Re=2300. Fluid: Kerosene State:...Given Information: ρu∂u∂x ρu∂u∂x {ρ}={ML−3} {u}={LT−1} {∂u∂x}={T−1} {ρu∂u∂x}={ρ}{u}{∂u∂x}...The period of oscillation T, density ρ, wavelength λ, depth h, gravity g, and surface tension Y the...Given information: Mass flow rate =m•Tank pressure = PoTemperature = ToGas constant =RSpecific heat...Given information: Heat loss Q•loss depends on temperature difference ΔT, surface area A and R value...Given information: Volume flow Q depends on, Pipe diameter D, pressure drop Δp, density ρ, viscosity...Given information: The time td takes to drain the liquid completely from a tank depends on: Hole...Given Information: Model chord length, L=0.27m Wing Area, A=0.63m2 Velocity of full-scale aircraft,...Given: Windmill parameter: Diameter = 50 cm Power developed = 2.7 kW Speed of rotation = 4800 rpm...Given Information: For long circular rough pipes in turbulent flow, wall shear τw is a function of...Given Information: For fluid exiting a nozzle which is a gas instead of water, upstream pressure...Given Information: w=fcn(x,ρ,μ,g,δ) Reference Prob 4.8: Oil of viscosity μ and of density ρ, drains...Given Information: The Taco Inc. model 4013 centrifugal pump has an impeller of diameter D = 12.95...Given Information: The diameter of pipe is, d=5 cm=0.005m The flow rate through pipe is, Q = 106 N/h...Given Information: Convective acceleration: dudt=∂∂x(u2)+∂∂y(uv)+∂∂z(uw) Concept Used: Equation...Given information: The fluid is water at 20°C The diameter of the pipe is 10 cm ΔPL=1000 Pa/m The...Given information: The room pressure is 10 Pa The pressure drop is defined as, ΔP=ρghf=ρgfLD V 2 2g...Given information: The pipe entrance is sharp edged. The energy equation can be written as below for...Given information: Both reservoirs are connected by cast iron pipes with sharp edged entrance and...Given information: The total flow rate is equal to 0.036 m3/s The loss of co-efficient is equal to...Given information: The length of the small duct is 100 ft and the cross-section of 6 in by 6 in The...Given information: All pipes are made of cast iron and the diameter is equal to 8 cm If the valve C...Given information: The pipes are made of asphalted cast iron. The diameter of all pipes is equal to...Given information: All pipes are concrete, and roughness is equal to 0.04 in The fluid is water at...Given information: The fluid is water at 20°C The total flow rate is 200 m3/h In parallel pipe...Given information: Diameter of all pipes are 28 cm and roughness ∈=1mm At three reservoir junction,...Given information: Diameter of all pipes are 15 cm and roughness ∈=1mm At three reservoir junction,...Given information: Diameter of all pipes are 28 cm and roughness ∈=1mm At three reservoir junction,...Given information: The fluid is water at 20°C At three reservoir junction, if all flows are...Given information: Pressures in each pipe is equal to, p1=200kPa p2=160kPap3=100kPa The fluid is...Given information: The fluid is water at 20°C The pipe 1 is fitted with a butterfly valve, since the...Given information: For all pipes, friction factor is equal to 0.025 The fluid is water at 20°C Inlet...Given information: All pipes are made of cast iron. The diameter of all pipes are 8 cm and the...Given information: For the ideal gas, Pressure p1 = 1 atm Temperature T1 = 20° C Velocity V1 = 12...Given information: Laminar to turbulent transition point is given as Reexit x=1.5 m Velocity of the...Given information: The readings of y in mm and h in mm as mention in question. For air at 20°C,1atm...Given information: Width b=4ft=1.22m, length L=8ft=2.44m, U=35mih=15.6ms, take density of air...Given Information: The value of constants k & B are 0.421 & 5.62 respectively. Concept Used:...Given Information: We have following figure: And at x=2 m, shear stress is 2.1 Pa. The given flow is...Given information: The diameter of the cylinder is equal to 1.5 m The length of the cylinder is 22 m...Given information: Joe pedals his bike at 10 m/s without the effect of wind The rolling resistance...Given information: Diameter of the sphere is D Density of the sphere ρs The density of the fluid is...Given information: The depth of the water tank is 2.5 m The velocity of water flow is 35 cm/s The...Given information: Diameter of balloon is equal to 4 m Balloon contains helium at 15°C The total...Given information: The balloon is filled with helium gas The diameter is equal to 50 cm The weight...Given information: The fluid is air at 20°C Air flows at a speed of 5 m/s Distance between the...Given information: The sign board is 5 ft and a height of 1.5 ft Velocity is equal to 40 mi/h The...Given information: Cup diameter is D Density of the air is equal to ρ To find the differential...Given information: The Blasius flat plate relation is defined as, f'''+12ff''=0 Boundary conditions...Given Information: The streamline function Ψ (r,θ) The potential line function φ (r,θ) Concept Used:...Given Information: A harmonic function F(x, y, z): F=2x2 +y3 -4xz+f(y) Concept Used: First, we must...Given: Γ=8500 m2/s The given circulation yields the circumferential velocity at r=40 m :...Given information: U∞=20m/s,ρ=998kgm3 , uniform water stream combines with a source at the origin to...Given information: Free stream velocity U∞=6 m/s The value of pressure outside the boundary layer...Given Information: Flettner rotor ship length, L=100ft Diameter of the rotor, D=9ft Height of the...Given: For fresh water, take ρ=998kg/m3, V=7m/s ,α=2.5° Calculation:...Given Information: SG = 7.85D = 2 cmT = 20o CCD = 0.47 Formula used: (m+mh)dVdt= Wnet−CDρ2V2A A =...Given: Golf ball diameter, D=1.7 in Inlet velocity, V0=250 ft/s Upward angle, θ0=20∘ For sea − level...Given Information: Formula used: a max = ( V dV dx ) max Calculation: We know the formula for the...Given Information: D = 22 cmSG = 2.7a = 12 m/s2T = 20o C Formula used: mh = 23ρwaterπa3 Calculation:...Given information: The strength of the flow = -m The height of the above the floor = a The location...Given information: At section 1, Pressure p1 = 140 kPa Temperature T1 = 260° C Velocity V1 = 75 m/s...Given Information: A1 = 20 cm2p1 = 300 kPaρ1 = 1.75 kg/m3V1 = 122.5 m/sρ2 = 0.266 kg/m3T2 = 281 K...Given information: At section 1, p1=250 kPaT1=125°CV1=200 m/s At section 2, A2=0.25 m2Ma2=2.0 Speed...Given information: At section 1, p1=35 lbf/in2T1=200°FV1=400 ft/s At section 2, p2=18 lbf/in2V2=1100...Given information: The nozzle exit velocity is equal to 235 m/s h=30 cm The stagnation temperature...Given information: At stagnation point inside the reservoir, p0=300 kPaT0=500 K At section 1, A1=0.2...Given information: At stagnation point inside the reservoir, p0=150 kPaT0=400 K At section 1, A1=0.1...Given information: At stagnation point, p0=169.12 kPaT0=30°C The absolute pressure is equal to...Given information: At section 1, A1=20 cm2p1=300 kpaρ1=1.75 kg/m3Ma1=0.25 At section 2, The area is...Given information: Throat diameter is 3 in k=1.4 Molecular weight is equal to M=26 pa=14.7 lbf/in2...Given information: The diameter at section 1 is D=5 cm The diameter at section 2 is d=3 cm The...Given information: Mach number at entrance is equal to, Ma=7 The altitude is 10000 m Inlet area is 1...Given information: Stagnation pressure is equal to 450 kPa Throat area is 12 cm2 Shock is at A1=20...Given Information: Section pressure, P1=101kPa Section temperature, T1=300k Velocity, V1=868m/s Area...Given: A1=24 cm2 =24×10−4 m2 A2=18 cm2 =18×10−4 m2 A3=32 cm2 =32×10−4 m2 T0=500 K. p1=40 kPa =40000...Given Information: The value of pressure at entrance, p1=102000 Pa The value of pressure at...Given information: First convert the pressure we get 1Ib/in2=6.8948×103×1Pa=6.8948×103Pa...Given Information: θ = 20o Formula used: tanθ = 2cotβ(Ma12sin2β−1)Ma12(k+cos2β)+2 Calculation: To...Given information: From the properties of air altitude of 10000m from the table Inlet pressure...Given Information: c2=gy(1+δyy)(1+12δyy) co2=gy Shallow water wave propagation speed is given by:...The concrete duct which is unfinished has a diameter of 1.5m that flows at 8.0m3/s Froude number is...Given: Velocity V1 = 5.5 m/s y1 = 90cm Concept Used: Point1 is at the flow before the bump.Ponit 2...The given figure is: The discharge for sluice gate is having a free outflow have dissipation when...Given: y1 = 0.25m y2 = 1 m Concept Used: V12=gy1η(η+1)2Where,η=y2y1From continuity...Given information: q = 25 ft3 /s-ft y1=1 ft Concept: Froude number ,Fr=VVcFrom continuity...Given information: Average velocity, V = 0.94m/s Depth of flat-water channel, y1=1cm Wedge half...Given: y1 = 1 m y3 = 0.4 m Concept Used: E1=y1+V122gFor uniform flow,q=y1V1=y2V2 Calculation:...Given: y3 = 0.3 m h = 0.1 m Concept Used: Fr=VVcE=constant=E1=y1+V122gFor uniform flow,q=y1V1=y2V2...Given: Q = 8 m3 /s Slope = 0.1° b = 4 m Local depth = 1m Concept Used: Q=αn*A*R2/3*Slope1/2yc=( q 2...Given: Q = 1.98 m3 /s Slope = 0.33° Local depth = 1m Concept Used:...Given information: The average flow rate is 900 ft3/s, upstream width is 150 ft, slope is 10 ft/mile...Given: S0=0.0025 Q = 600 ft3 / s b = 50 ft increase in water depth = 8 ft Concept: Q=αnARh2/3So1/2...Figure: Given: For unfinished concrete n≈0.014, y(0)=0.0462m, q=0.2m3/s, g=32.2ft/s2 So=sin5°...Figure: Given: For asphalt take n=0.016, b=1.5m, g=9.81m/s2 So=0.0036, Depth y=0.7m Concept Used:...Figure: Given: b=8ft, H=3ft, y1=12ft, g=32.2ft/s2. Concept Used: Annuity problem requires the use of...Concept: Human peristaltic PDP is Human Heart. Function of the heart is to pump the blood to...Given Information: Temperature (T) = 20o C Formula used: η = γQHP Calculation: To solve this...Given Information: Given data from problem 11.31. Temperature (T) = 20o C Np = 1200 r/min Formula...Given Information: BEP flow rate = 2000 gal/minDiameter (d) = 16 inSpeed (n) = 1200 r/min Formula...Given Information: Pump diameter, d = 32in Fig 11.7a From the figure, the best curve for 32-inch...Given information: Water temperature = 20° C The pump size = 35 inch = 88.9 cm The density of water...Given Information: Head, Hp=45ft Speed of turbine, np=360r/min Power, Pp=4000bhp =2200000ft.lbf/s...Given Information: The given table is given for water turbine having the performance data that...Given: Referencing the below diagram: The equation given below is also taking into consideration:...Given: Referencing the below diagram: We have: H=450mL=5 kmD =1.2 mDj=20 cmε = 1 mmimpulse wheel...Given Information: Wind speed, 12 min/h Diameter of cast iron pipe = 3 in. Height, 10 ft Diameter of...Given Information: The given figure, The system delivers 20-degree Celsius water from the sea level...Given Information: Diameter=1ft Coupling rate=2500r/min Density=56lbm/ft3 Concept Used: π1=ρaDbωpcT...

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