 13.13.1: List five different instruments or approaches that engineers use to...
 13.13.2: Consider measuring the speed of an automobile by building a stagnat...
 13.13.3: Without exceeding an error of 2.5%, what is the mininmm air velocit...
 13.13.4: Without exceeding an error of I%, what is the minimum water velocit...
 13.13.5: A stagnation tube 2 mm in diameter is used to measure the velocity ...
 13.13.6: If the velocity in an airstream (p. = 98 kPa; T = l0C) is 24 m/s, w...
 13.13.7: What would be the error in velocity determination if one used a CP ...
 13.13.8: A velocitymeasuring probe used frequently for measuring smokestack...
 13.13.9: On the internet, locate technically sound resources relevant to the...
 13.13.11: Classify the following devices as to whether they are used to measu...
 13.13.12: List five different instruments or approaches tllat engineer~ use t...
 13.13.13: Water from a pipe is diverted into a tank for 3 min. If the weight ...
 13.13.14: Water from a test apparatus is diverted into a calibrated volumetri...
 13.13.15: A velocity traverse in a 24cm oil pipe yields the data in the tabl...
 13.13.16: A velocity traverse inside a 16in.ci.rcular air duct yields the d...
 13.13.17: The asymmetry of the flow in stacks means that flow velocity must b...
 13.13.18: Repeat Prob. 13.17 for the case in which three access holes are sep...
 13.13.19: lheory and experimental verification indicate that the mean velocit...
 13.13.21: For the jet and orifice shown, determine Cv C,, and Cd.
 13.13.22: A fluid jet discharging from a 4cm orifice has a dian1eter of 3.7 ...
 13.13.23: Figure 13.14 on p. 488 of 13.2 is of a sharpedged orifice. Note th...
 13.13.24: New orifices such as that shown in Fig. 13.14 on p.488 of 13.2 will...
 13.13.25: A 6in. orifice is placed in a I 0in. pipe, and a mercury manomete...
 13.13.26: Determine the discharge of water through this 7in. orifice that is...
 13.13.27: The flow coefficient values for orifices given in Fig. 13.15 on p. ...
 13.13.28: Determine the discharge of water (T = 60F) through the orifice show...
 13.13.29: The 10cm orifice in the horizontal30cm pipe shown is the same siz...
 13.13.31: If water (20C} is flowing through this 4.3cm orifice, estimate the...
 13.13.32: A pressure transducer is connected across an orifice as shown. The ...
 13.13.33: Water (T = 50F) is pumped at a rate of 20 cfs through the system sh...
 13.13.34: Determine the size of orifice required in a 15cm pipe to measure 0...
 13.13.35: What is the discharge of gasoline (S = 0.68) in a 12cm horizontal ...
 13.13.36: What size orifice is required to produce a change in head of 6 m fo...
 13.13.37: An orifice is to be designed to have a change in pressure of 48 kPa...
 13.13.38: Semicircular orifices such as the one shown are sometimes used to m...
 13.13.39: What is the main advantage of a venturi meter versus an orifice met...
 13.13.41: What is the throat diameter required for a venturi meter in a 61 c...
 13.13.42: Estimate the rate of flow of water through the venturi meter shown
 13.13.43: When no flow occurs through the venturi meter, the indicator on the...
 13.13.44: The pressure differential across this venturi meter is 92 kPa. What...
 13.13.45: Engineers are calibrating a poorly designed venturi meter for the f...
 13.13.46: The differentialpressure gage on the venturi meter shown reads 5.4...
 13.13.47: The differentialpressure gage on the venturi meter reads 40 kPa, d...
 13.13.48: A flow nozzle has a throat diameter of 2 em and a beta ratio (d! D)...
 13.13.49: Water flows through an annular venturi consisting of a body of revo...
 13.13.51: A vortex flowmeter is used to measure the discharge in a duct 5 em ...
 13.13.52: A rotameter operates by aerodynamic suspension of a weight in a tap...
 13.13.53: A rotameter is used to measure the flow rate of a gas with a densit...
 13.13.54: Ultrasonic flowmeters are used to measure velocity in systems where...
 13.13.55: On the Internet, locate technically reliable resources about weirs ...
 13.13.56: Water flows over a rectangular weir that is 2m wide and 30 em high....
 13.13.57: The head on a 60 triangular weir is 25 em. What is the discharge ov...
 13.13.58: Water flows over two rectangular weirs. Weir A is 5 ft long in a ch...
 13.13.59: A 1fthigh rectangular weir (weir I) is installed in a 2ftwide r...
 13.13.61: Consider the rectangular weir described in Prob. 13.60. When the he...
 13.13.62: A basin is 50 ft long, 2 ft wide, and 4 ft deep. A sharpcrested re...
 13.13.63: Water at 50F is piped from a reservoir to a channel like that shown...
 13.13.64: At one end of a rectangular tank I m wide is a sharpcrested rectang...
 13.13.65: What is the water discharge over a rectangular weir 3 ft high and 1...
 13.13.66: A reservoir is supplied with water at 60F by a pipe with a venturi ...
 13.13.67: At a particular instant water flows into the tank shown through pip...
 13.13.68: Water flows from the first reservoir to the second over a rectangul...
 13.13.69: Given the initial conditions of Pro b. 13.68, tell, qualitatively a...
 13.13.71: An engineer is designing a triangular weir for measuring the flow r...
 13.13.72: A pump is used to deliver water at l0C from a well to a tank. The b...
 13.13.73: A Pitolstatic tube is used to measure the Mach number in a compres...
 13.13.74: Use the normal shock wave relationships developed in Chapter 12 to ...
 13.13.75: The static and stagnation pressures measured by a Pi totstatic tub...
 13.13.76: A venturi meter is used to measure the flow of helium in a pipe. Th...
 13.13.77: Hydrogen at atmospheric pressure and l 5C flows through a sharpedg...
 13.13.78: A hole 0.2 in. in diameter is accidentally punctured in a line carr...
 13.13.79: Consider the stagnation tube of Pro b. 13.5. Tf the uncertainty in ...
 13.13.81: Consider the weir in Prob. 13.65. Calculate the discharge and the u...
Solutions for Chapter 13: FLOW MEASUREMENTS
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