Okay great, I note that we have been given the viscosity in this problem, are we supposed to use it in this section?
Am I correct in thinking that the incline at 40 degrees is somehow related to z1 and z2?
Sorry, I think misunderstood you. The steady flow energy equation should reduce to:
p1/pg + z1=p2/pg +z2+hf
I think this is correct for cases where the flow is zero.
Problem Statement: An oil with density 900 kg/m3 and viscosity 0.18 Ns/m2 flows through a circular pipe which inclines upwards
at 40° to the horizontal. The length of the pipe is 10 m and the diameter is 6 cm. The fluid pressure at the
lower end of the pipe is 350 kPa and the pressure at the...
I have attached the problem and I have also taken a photo of my working for it, it seems my answer is wrong.
I would be grateful if you could please check where I have gone wrong.
Thanks a lot.
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I am really stuck on the first question in the document and I don't even know where to begin.
If someone could explain what is happening and how to start the problem, I am confident I will be able to tackle it.
It would also be a big help if you could direct me to some...
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Hello there,
I am working on a dynamics question, but I am not sure how to tackle it since my teacher has not really taught this topic well.
I would like some advice on how to start the question off and the method...
I won't be able to upload a sketch of the setup since my printer isn't working at the moment.
Is it okay if I show you an accurate picture of the experiment and a picture of the graph? :smile:
One equation is:
T=kx
the tension force, T, in the spring is proportional to the extension x produced.
and another equation is g=(e/m)xk
The gradient of first graph gives the spring constant k and the gradient of the 2nd graph is (e/m) hence I think the gradients of both graphs give the value...
Hello everyone,
I did an experiment titled 'mass on a spiral spring' in order to find the value for the acceleration due to gravity. The experiment consists of two parts. In the first part of this experiment, I just measured the oscillation period of a spring as a suspended mass and plotted...
I am doing the compound pendulum experiment but I am stuck on how to find the value of g from the graph
Here's a description of the compound pendulum:
The compound pendulum AB is suspended by passing a knife edge through the first hole. The pendulum is pulled aside through a small angle and...