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Force acting on a wall inside water

  1. Jan 3, 2010 #1
    Hi Everybody,

    I am descibing my problem here: I have a cylindrical closed volume(with diameter of X m, height H m) filled with water, flowing with a constant velocity (v1 m/sec) Inside of this cylidrical volume there is a concentric cylidrical tube (diameter Y m ~ X/10 m and height H m).
    A water jet is acting on the cylidrical tube from a distance d m (Y<d<X) from the surface of the cylindrical tube with a velocity of V2 m/sec (V2 is greater than V1).
    How to calculate the force acting on the surface of the cylindrical tube.

    Please throw some light on my problem.

    Thanks in advance
     
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