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Exercise 2

(a) Derive the expression which represents the rate of change in water level dh/dt in

terms of flowrates Q1, Q2 and Q3 as well as the tank diameter d,

(b) If V1 = 3 m/s, Q3 = 0.01 m3/s, and the water level h is constant, calculate the outlet

velocity V2.

Q3 = 0.01 m3/s

3

D1 = 5 cm

h

d

h 2

D2 = 7 cm

Fig. E2.1

2. Water flow in a pipe and then exit through a bended nozzle as shown in Fig. E2.2. The

nozzle is connected to the main pipe using a flanged joint at (1). The diameter of the

pipe is D1 = 10 cm and is constant, whilst the diameter at the outlet section of the nozzle

(2) is D2 = 3 cm. The flowrate of the water is Q = 15 liter/and the water pressure at the

flange is p1 = 230 kPa. By neglecting the weight of water and the nozzle,

(a) Determine the force that the bolts have to withstand at (1),

(b) Calculate the torque exerted to the nozzle at (1).

1

Flange

Q

Water

30°

1.2 m

40° Nozzle

Fig. E2.2

3. A pump-turbine system as shown in Fig. E2.3 draws water from the upper lake during

the day to supply electricity to nearby township. During the night, it pumps water from

the lower lake to the upper lake so that the original water level can be recovered before

the day time operation takes place. The design specification of the system requires that

the volumetric flowrate through the system is 950 liter/s for both day and night

operations and the total head loss for each operation is 5.2 m. Assuming that the flow is

steady, inviscid and incompressible, calculate:

(a) Loss in power for both operations,

(b) Power generated by the turbine during the day,

(c) Power required to operate the pump during the night.

Altitude 45 m

Upper lake

Altitude 7.5 m

Pump-

turbine Lower lake

Fig. E2.3

4. A water jet exits through a nozzle to the atmosphere at sea level and is directed to the

stationary Pitot tube as shown in Fig. E2.4. If the pressure in section (1) is 110 kPa, by

neglection all kinds of losses, determine:

(a) mass flow rate of the flow in kg/s,

(b) total head H in the Pitot tube.

H

Water 4 cm

12 cm Water

(1) jet

Fig. E2.4

Answers to Exercise 2

1. (a) Select the water volume in the tank to be the control volume:

ρ dV + ρ (Q2 − Q1 − Q3 ) = 0

d

dt ∫CV

πd 2 dh

ρ + ρ (Q2 − Q1 − Q3 ) = 0

4 dt

dh Q1 − Q2 + Q3 Q1 − Q2 + Q3

= =

dt (πd 2 4 ) A

(b) If h is constant:

Q1 − Q2 + Q3

= 0 ⇒ Q2 = Q1 + Q3

A

( )2 ( )2 (3.0)

4 π 0.07 V2 = 0.01 + 4 π 0.05

1 1

V2 = 4.13 m/s

[ ]

m& = ρQ = 998 15(10) = 14.97 kg/s

−3

Q 15(10)

−3

V1 = = = 1.91 m/s

A1 14 π(0.1)2

15(10)

−3

Q

V2 = = = 21.2 m/s

A2 14 π(0.03)2

∑ Fx = − Fbolt + p1 A1 = m& u 2 − m& u1

Fbolt = p1 A1 − m& (− V2 cos 40° − V1 )

= 230(10)

3 1

4

[ π(0.1) ]− 14.97(− 21.2 cos 40° − 1.91)

2

= 2078 N = 2.08 kN

(b) From the diagram, rO2 = −1.2j dan rO1 = 0.

Moment equilibrium at O, ∑ M A = 0 :

∑ M O = TO = m& (rO 2 × V2 ) − m& (rO1 × V1 )

TO = 14.97 [− 1.2 j × 21.2(− cos 40°i − sin 40° j)] − 14.97 [0 × 1.91i ]

= − 292 N ⋅ m (clockwise)

3. (a) Power loss:

W& f = ρgQh f = 998(9.81)(0.950)(5.2) = 48.4 kW

p1 V12 p 2 V22

+ + z1 = + + z 2 + h f + ht

ρg 2 g ρg 2 g

0 + 0 + 45 = 0 + 0 + 7.5 + 5.2 + ht ⇒ ht = 32.3 m

p1 V12 p 2 V22

+ + z1 = + + z2 + h f − hp

ρg 2 g ρg 2 g

0 + 0 + 7.5 = 0 + 0 + 45 + 5.2 − h p ⇒ h p = 42.7 m

p1 V12 p V2

+ + z1 = 2 + 2 + z 2 = H

ρg 2 g ρg 2 g

110(10) V 2 (0.04 0.12)

3 4

0 V22

+ 2 +0= + +0

998(9.81) 2(9.81) 998(9.81) 2(9.81)

V22 = 223.2 ⇒ V2 = 14.9 m/s

[ ]

m& = ρA2V2 = 998 14 π(0.04 ) (14.9) = 18.7 kg/s

2

V22 (14.9)2

H= = = 11.4 m

2 g 2(9.81)

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