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Water flows over a flat surface at 4 ft/s, as shown in

Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics | 7th Edition | ISBN: 9781118116135 | Authors: Bruce Munson ISBN: 9781118116135 135

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Problem 56

Water flows over a flat surface at 4 ft/s, as shown in Fig. P6.56. A pump draws off water through a narrow slit at a volume rate of 0.1 ft3 /s per foot length of the slit. Assume that the fluid is incompressible and inviscid and can be represented by the combination of a uniform flow and a sink. Locate the stagnation point on the wall (point A) and determine the equation for the stagnation streamline. How far above the surface, H, must the fluid be so that it does not get sucked into the slit?

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ASSIGNMENT 7 PART 1 Problem statement 1. Convert kW to hp and Btu/h 2. Generate the table of conversions from kW to hp using the function from above. Input and output 1. kW (input) 2. hp and Btu/h (output) Pseudo code 1. start 2. initialize 1 kW= 3412.14 Btu/h = 737.56 ft lbf/s and 1 kW = 1.3410 hp 3. calculate: n*kw= n* 3212.14 Btu/h and n*kW = 1.3410 hp 4. end For the table title = conversion of kW to hp heading = kW (column1) and hp (column 2) number of columns = 2 values of hp = corresponds to the function of kW Test 2 kW = 6824.28 Btu/h and 5088.94 hp 10 kW = 42121.4 Btu/h and 25445 hp ASSIGNMENT 7 PART 2 Problem statement Determine the cost of a 4-year education, while the percentage increases in the tuition for the

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