An engineer, who is designing a water toy, is making preliminary calculations. A user of

Chapter 6, Problem 6.14

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An engineer, who is designing a water toy, is making preliminary calculations. A user of the product will apply a force F1 that moves a piston (D = 80 mm) at a speed of VP"'"" = 300 mm/s. Water at 20C jets out of a converging nozzle of diameter d = 15 mm. To hold the toy stationary, the user applies a force F2 to the handle. Which force (F1 versus F2) is larger? Explain your answer using concepts of the momentum principle. Then calculate F1 and F2 Neglect friction between the piston and the walls.

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