1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A carburettor in a petrol engine works on a Venturi principle as sketched below. The pressure difference across the contraction draws fuel up from the reservoir and ejects it through a circular cross-section pipe into the main airstream, where it mixes with air. A particular carburettor has a contraction area ratio on the air side of 0.75. The fuel side has a coefficient of discharge of 0.9 and is required to discharge 1.25 cc/s of fuel of relative density 0.7 when the airflow at the carburettor inlet is at a velocity of 50 m/s. Calculate the diameter of the fuel pipe at discharge. 2. Relevant equations Cd= Vactual/Vtheoretical P + 0.5 x ρ x u2 + ρ x g x h = constant min=mout 3. The attempt at a solution 1) A2/A1=0.75 2) Apply the Bernoulli Principle between points 1 & 2 ( where both fuel holes are located ) for the airstream. P1-P2 = 0.5 x ρair x [ V2-u2] , we also know that uA1=VA2, therefore V=66.67 m/s . Now we can calculate the pressure difference P1- P2 = 1196.1 Pa. I am unsure as to how to proceed from here. Your guidance would be greatly appreciated !