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Under appropriate conditions, water flowing from afaucet, onto a flat plate, and over

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Problem 10.77

Under appropriate conditions, water flowing from afaucet, onto a flat plate, and over the edge of the plate can producea circular hydraulic jump as shown in Fig. P10.77 and VideoV10.12. Consider a situation where a jump forms 3.0 in. from thecenter of the plate with depths upstream and downstream of thejump of 0.05 in. and 0.20 in., respectively. Determine the flowratefrom the faucet

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Chapter 19 Lecture Notes 2 • Fronts o Boundary that separates air masses of different densities ▪ Air masses retain their identities ▪ Warmer, less dense all forced aloft ▪ Cooler, denser air acts as a wedge o Types of fronts ▪ Warm front • Warmer air replaces cooler air • Shown on map by a line with semi circles • Small slope (1:200) • Clouds become lower as the front nears • Slow rates of advance • Light to moderate precipitation ▪ Cold front • Cold air replaces warm air • Shown on map by line with triangles • Twice as steep (1:100) as warm fronts • Advances faster than a warm front • Associated weather is more violent than warm front ▪ Weather behind the front is determined by • Cold air mass • Subsiding air • Cleaning conditions ▪ Stationary front • Flow of air on both sides of the front parallel to the line of the front • Surface position of the front doesn’t move ▪ Occluded front • Active cold front overtakes a warm front • Cold air wedges the warm air upward • Weather is often complex • Precipitation is associated with warm air being forced

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Textbook: Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
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Author: Philip M. Gerhart, Andrew L. Gerhart, John I. Hochstein
ISBN: 9781119080701

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