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• ## Find the location of this tap on cylindrical surface such that there is no deflection of fluid in the manometer.

A circular cylinder and a sphere are in a free stream flow with their axis perpendicular to the flow. At …

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In a flow field, the velocity components are, $$u=\left ( 6x^{2}y+t \right ),v=\left ( 3yx+t^{2}+3 \right )$$ and $$w=\left … • 444 views • 1 answers • 0 votes • ## Find the angular velocity about the \(z$$-axis, acceleration and the vorticity at point $$(2,3,5)$$ at $$t = 3$$ seconds.

A velocity field is given by $$V= 5xyi+8txzj+xzk$$. Find the angular velocity about the$$z$$-axis, acceleration and the vorticity at …

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A velocity field is given by $$V=3yt\hat{i}+5x\hat{j}$$. Find the equation of the streamline passing through the point $$(5,3)$$ at $$t … • 446 views • 1 answers • 0 votes • ## Find the acceleration of a fluid particle in the \(x$$ direction.

Find the acceleration of a fluid particle in the $$x$$ direction at $$(x,y) = (3,1)$$ for a velocity field, which …

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Find the magnitude of velocity at point $$(2,3)$$ for a two-dimensional flow field whose stream function is given by $$\psi … • 500 views • 1 answers • 0 votes • ## Bernoulli’s principle and equation • 492 views • 1 answers • 0 votes • ## Prove that the lift per unit span can be obtained from the pressure distributions on the top and bottom walls of the wind tunnel. Consider an airfoil in a wind tunnel (i.e., a wing that spans the entire test section). Prove that the lift … • 1K views • 1 answers • 0 votes • ## Prove that the resultant pressure force on the body is zero. Consider a body of arbitrary shape. If the pressure distribution over the surface of the body is constant, prove that … • 583 views • 1 answers • 0 votes • ## Calculate the stream function and velocity potential.Using your results, show that lines of constant \( \phi$$ are perpendicular to lines of constant $$\psi$$.
Assuming the velocity field given as $$u = cx$$ and $$v = −cy$$, where $$c$$ is a constant pertains to …