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Problem 41

The velocity potential for a certain inviscid, incompressible flow field is given by the equation where has the units of m2 /s when x and y are in meters. Determine the pressure at the point x 2 m, y 2 m if the pressure at x 1 m, y 1 m is 200 kPa. Elevation changes can be neglected, and the fluid is water. 6.

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