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By S. J. Michell

Fluid and Particle Mechanics offers details pertinent to hydraulics or fluid mechanics. This publication discusses the homes and behaviour of drinks and gases in movement and at leisure.
Organized into 9 chapters, this e-book starts off with an outline of the technological know-how of fluid mechanics that's subdivided therefore into major branches, specifically, fluid statics and fluid dynamics. this article then examines the flowmeter units used for the size of stream of beverages and gases. different chapters contemplate the main of resistance in open channel stream, that is in keeping with wrong program of the Torricellian legislation of efflux. This booklet discusses besides using centrifugal pumps for changing strength among a mechanical procedure and a liquid. the ultimate bankruptcy bargains with the speculation of settling, which unearths an in depth program in numerous industrially vital approaches.
This e-book is a worthwhile source for chemical engineers, scholars, and researchers.

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2> For h = 6/12 ft 1-85 ft (oil) 0-9 1 ·85 Ap = -Q^-iO-9) (62-4) = 115-44 psf \p (b) Substituting the data in eq. 3 Two U-tubes, A and B, partly filled with liquids of different densities, are arranged as shown in Fig. 4. One end of A is connected to a pipe carrying a gas at a pressure of 1-7 psi below atmospheric pressure, while 59 FLOW MEASUREMENT IN PIPES one of the ends of B is open to the atmosphere. The other two ends are connected by a common tube. The manometers read 1-5 ft in A and 1-25 ft in B.

What force, expressed in dynes and lb-f, is required in moving one plate past the other stationary plate, with a velocity of 0-2 cm/sec, if the moving plate has an area of 10,000 cm2? 4. A cylinder, of 0-4 ft radius, rotates coaxially inside a stationary cylinder of 0-42 ft radius with a liquid of 2-4 poise viscosity filling the annular space. Assuming linear velocity distribution, what torque, expressed in ftXlb-f, will be required in rotating the cylinder at 60 rpm? The cylinders have a length of 2 ft.

3. Inverted U-tube By inverting a U-tube, a type of manometer is obtained as shown in Fig. 5. Its advantage over the simple U-tube manometer is that it does not require any manometric liquid. Air p + Δρ D FIG. 5. The inverted U-tube manometer. The bent part of the tube is usually provided with an air outlet, which is often fitted with a non-return valve. Through this valve, the air may be compressed into the tube, using a bicycle pump, in order that the menisci of the liquid can be made visible.

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