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# An ideal fluid flows past an infinitely long, semicircularhump located along a plane

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Problem 6.58

An ideal fluid flows past an infinitely long, semicircularhump located along a plane boundary, as shown in Fig. P6.58.Far from the hump the velocity field is uniform, and the pressure isp0. (a) Determine expressions for the maximum and minimumvalues of the pressure along the hump, and indicate where thesepoints are located. Express your answer in terms of , U, and p0.(b) If the solid surface is the = 0 streamline, determine the equationof the streamline passing through the point = /2, r = 2a.

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