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# A two-dimensional flow field for a nonviscous, ISBN: 9781118116135 135

## Solution for problem 33 Chapter 6.33

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Problem 33

A two-dimensional flow field for a nonviscous, incompressible fluid is described by the velocity components y 0 u U0 2y where U0 is a constant. If the pressure at the origin (Fig. P6.33) is p0, determine an expression for the pressure at (a) point A, and (b) point B. Explain clearly how you obtained your answer. Assume that the units are consistent and body forces may be neglected.

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Assignment 4 part 2 Algorithms 1. Start 2. Input flow rate of water heated (R) in BMU per hours= 45000, temperature (T) = 45 3. Set cubic feet per min(X)= (R/100,000) *96.7/60...

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