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1) The document describes an experiment measuring the impact force of a water jet on flat and hemispherical surfaces. 2) The experiment calculates the theoretical and actual jet forces using formulas involving discharge rate, velocity, and surface area. 3) The results show that the force on a hemispherical surface is larger than a flat surface for the same amount of water, and that actual and theoretical forces are linearly related.

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Fluid Mechanic Lab - Hydrostatic Pressure

1. The document describes an experiment conducted to determine hydrostatic pressure and the center of pressure acting on a plane surface using a hydrostatic pressure apparatus.
2. The experiment involved setting the apparatus at an angle, balancing it by adding weights, and measuring the water level as more weights were added.
3. Calculations were done to find theoretical and practical hydrostatic pressures using equations for the area, height, resultant force, and center of pressure. The results showed some difference between theoretical and practical pressures.

Impact of jet

To measure the force developed by a jet of water defected on a fixed impact object by comparing it to the force predicted by the momentum theory.

Center of Pressure on Vertical Fully Submerged Plate | Jameel Academy

1) The document describes an experiment to determine the center of pressure on a vertical fully submerged plate. Measurements were taken at different mass levels to calculate the actual and theoretical center of pressure.
2) Calculations showed the actual center of pressure was greater than the theoretical value, with a maximum error of 5.86%. This error was within the acceptable limit of 10%, indicating the experiment yielded accurate results.
3) The conclusion is that the experiment successfully measured the center of pressure, compared it to theoretical values, and found small errors, demonstrating the validity of the experimental method.

Fluid Mechanic Lab - Venturi Meter

Subject: Fluid Mechanic
Title: Venturi Meter
Prepared by: Muhammad S. RaniYa
@Soran University 3rd Stage of Petroleum

Discharge Over a broad Crested Weir | Jameel Academy

1) The document describes an experiment to measure discharge over a broad crested weir. Water was passed through an inlet tank and discharge tank containing a broad crested weir, and the height and volume of water were measured over time.
2) Using the measured heights and volumes, the actual discharge was calculated and compared to the theoretical discharge calculated using a formula. The ratio of actual to theoretical discharge, known as the coefficient of discharge (Cd), was also determined.
3) The results showed that the Cd increased with increasing water height, and a logarithmic equation was developed to relate Cd to water height. The purpose was to determine discharge over a weir and compare to theory.

Fluid Mechanic Lab - Bernoulli Equation

Prepared by: Muhammad S. RaniYah
Subject: Fluid Mechanic
Title: Bernoulli Equation
@Soran University 3rd Stage of Petroleum Eng.

Discharge Under a Sluice Gate | Jameel Academy

This document summarizes a student's laboratory experiment on measuring water discharge under a sluice gate. The student measured the discharge for different water volumes and times, and calculated the theoretical and actual discharges. The results were tabulated and showed that the actual discharge increased with increasing gate height. A logarithmic equation was also determined relating the actual discharge to the height difference in water before and after the gate. The purpose was to experimentally determine the actual discharge under a sluice gate and compare it to theoretical calculations.

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Fluid Mechanic Lab - Hydrostatic Pressure

1. The document describes an experiment conducted to determine hydrostatic pressure and the center of pressure acting on a plane surface using a hydrostatic pressure apparatus.
2. The experiment involved setting the apparatus at an angle, balancing it by adding weights, and measuring the water level as more weights were added.
3. Calculations were done to find theoretical and practical hydrostatic pressures using equations for the area, height, resultant force, and center of pressure. The results showed some difference between theoretical and practical pressures.

Impact of jet

To measure the force developed by a jet of water defected on a fixed impact object by comparing it to the force predicted by the momentum theory.

Center of Pressure on Vertical Fully Submerged Plate | Jameel Academy

1) The document describes an experiment to determine the center of pressure on a vertical fully submerged plate. Measurements were taken at different mass levels to calculate the actual and theoretical center of pressure.
2) Calculations showed the actual center of pressure was greater than the theoretical value, with a maximum error of 5.86%. This error was within the acceptable limit of 10%, indicating the experiment yielded accurate results.
3) The conclusion is that the experiment successfully measured the center of pressure, compared it to theoretical values, and found small errors, demonstrating the validity of the experimental method.

Fluid Mechanic Lab - Venturi Meter

Subject: Fluid Mechanic
Title: Venturi Meter
Prepared by: Muhammad S. RaniYa
@Soran University 3rd Stage of Petroleum

Discharge Over a broad Crested Weir | Jameel Academy

1) The document describes an experiment to measure discharge over a broad crested weir. Water was passed through an inlet tank and discharge tank containing a broad crested weir, and the height and volume of water were measured over time.
2) Using the measured heights and volumes, the actual discharge was calculated and compared to the theoretical discharge calculated using a formula. The ratio of actual to theoretical discharge, known as the coefficient of discharge (Cd), was also determined.
3) The results showed that the Cd increased with increasing water height, and a logarithmic equation was developed to relate Cd to water height. The purpose was to determine discharge over a weir and compare to theory.

Fluid Mechanic Lab - Bernoulli Equation

Prepared by: Muhammad S. RaniYah
Subject: Fluid Mechanic
Title: Bernoulli Equation
@Soran University 3rd Stage of Petroleum Eng.

Discharge Under a Sluice Gate | Jameel Academy

This document summarizes a student's laboratory experiment on measuring water discharge under a sluice gate. The student measured the discharge for different water volumes and times, and calculated the theoretical and actual discharges. The results were tabulated and showed that the actual discharge increased with increasing gate height. A logarithmic equation was also determined relating the actual discharge to the height difference in water before and after the gate. The purpose was to experimentally determine the actual discharge under a sluice gate and compare it to theoretical calculations.

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Fluid Flow Rate & Bernoulli’s Theorem Demonstration

The aim of the fluid flow rate experiment is to measure the fluid flow rate using a device called the hydraulic bench unit, which is also used to prove the Bernoulli’s Theorem Demonstration by measuring the overall pressure of the fluid flow.

Discharge Over a Vee-Notch Weir | Jameel Academy

1) The student performed an experiment to measure the discharge of water over a vee-notch weir. Water was pumped into an open channel and measurements were taken of water level, volume collected, and time to collect the volume.
2) Calculations were done to determine the theoretical discharge based on the notch geometry and actual discharge based on the collected volume and time. The ratio of actual to theoretical discharge (Cd) was calculated.
3) A linear relationship was found between the Cd ratio and the water level over the weir, expressed as Cd = -3.14H + 0.19. The experiment validated the method for calculating discharge over a vee-notch weir.

Center of Pressure on Vertical Partially Submerged Plate | Jameel Academy

1) The document reports on an experiment to determine the center of pressure on a vertically partially submerged plate. Various masses were used and the distance from the plate to the water surface was measured.
2) The center of pressure was calculated using a formula that takes into account the distance measurements, mass, and plate properties. The calculated and measured centers of pressure were compared to find percent error.
3) Results showed the center of pressure decreases with increasing mass and errors generally increased with lighter masses, with a maximum error of 40.49%. The relationship between calculated and measured centers of pressure was plotted on a graph.

Stability of A Floating Body | Jameel Academy

1) The document describes an experiment to determine the stability of a floating body. It involves measuring the angle of tilt caused by moving a jockey weight along a submerged apparatus at different heights.
2) Calculations are shown to determine values like the metacentric height, center of gravity, and the distance between the center of buoyancy and center of gravity.
3) The results show that as the jockey weight height increases, the center of gravity rises and the horizontal movement causes a greater angle of tilt. The metacentric height was found to be greater than the distance between the center of buoyancy and center of gravity, indicating the body is stable.

Reynolds Number Final Report in LAB 1

This experiment aimed to determine the Reynolds number (NRe) as a function of flow rate for liquid flowing through a circular pipe. NRe was calculated for 6 trials with increasing flow rates. All trials had NRe below 2100, indicating laminar flow as observed by the smooth movement of dye in the pipe. As flow rate increased, NRe also increased but remained in the laminar flow regime. The results show that flow type depends on NRe, with laminar flow occurring at low velocities (NRe < 2100).

lab report structure deflection of cantilever

1. This experiment examines the deflection of cantilever beams made of aluminum, brass, and steel when subjected to increasing point loads.
2. The experiment measured the actual deflection of each beam for loads from 0-500g and calculated the theoretical deflection based on the beam's material properties.
3. The results showed aluminum had the largest deflection, brass was intermediate, and steel had the smallest deflection, as expected based on their moduli of elasticity. The actual deflection was always greater than the theoretical deflection.

Deflection of simply supported beam and cantilever

This document describes experiments to measure the deflection of simply supported beams and cantilever beams under different loading conditions. For simply supported beams, deflection increases linearly with applied load and decreases with beam length. Deflection measurements match theoretical calculations. For cantilever beams, deflection increases linearly with both applied load and distance from the fixed end. The experiments demonstrate linear relationships between load/position and deflection as predicted by theory.

Centrifugal pump | Fluid Laboratory

SAIF ALDIN ALI MADIN
سيف الدين علي ماضي
S96aif@gmail.com
1. Studying the performance of this type of centrifugal pump
2. Calculating the theoretical efficiency of centrifugal pump and
compare with experimental efficiency of centrifugal pump

Pressure Measurement by Weight and Bourdon Gauge | Jameel Academy

1) The document describes an experiment to measure pressure using weights and a bourdon gauge. Various weights were added to a piston submerged in water and the corresponding pressure readings on the gauge were recorded.
2) The true pressure was calculated using a formula involving the mass, area of the piston, and gravitational acceleration. The percentage error between the true and gauge pressures was also determined.
3) Increasing and decreasing the weights resulted in increasing and decreasing pressure readings. The errors were smaller for decreasing pressure measurements. Sources of error and how to improve accuracy are discussed.

Odemba ECE2304 Hydraulics1Lab

This document is a laboratory report for experiments conducted on a V-notch weir. The experiments were aimed at determining the relationship between discharge and head above the notch, comparing actual and theoretical discharge values, and calibrating the V-notch weir. Data was collected from measurements of head and discharge at various flow stages. Results showed the actual discharge was smaller than theoretical due to head losses, and a coefficient of discharge was derived to relate the two discharge values for calibration of the V-notch. Sources of experimental error and accuracy were also discussed.

Fluid Mechanic Lab - Reynold's Number Experiment

1. The document summarizes an experiment conducted by Muhammad Sulaimon Rasul to determine different types of fluid flow (laminar, transitional, turbulent) using Reynolds apparatus.
2. The experiment measured the volume of water and time taken to fill a graduated cylinder for different flow rates. This was used to calculate Reynolds number to identify flow type.
3. All results showed Reynolds numbers less than 2000, indicating laminar flow for all trials according to the theoretical boundaries between flow types.

Impact of water jet

Muhammed Fuad Rashid
Petroleum Engineering Department at Koya Universiy
Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
2020

Bulk Density & Voids in Aggregate | Jameel Academy

This report details tests conducted to determine the bulk density and voids of fine and coarse aggregates. Samples of fine and coarse aggregate were tested with and without compaction. For each test, the mass of the aggregate sample, mass of the container, and volume of the container were measured. The bulk density of each sample was then calculated using these values. The results showed that bulk density ranged from 1591.4-1919.1 kg/m3 for fine aggregate and 1746.1-1591.4 kg/m3 for coarse aggregate. Voids in the samples ranged from 26.7-31.3% for fine aggregate and 34.49-39.3% for coarse aggregate. In conclusion, the

Pelton wheel experiment

The document describes an experiment conducted to study the performance of a Pelton wheel turbine. The experiment varied the water discharge through the turbine while keeping the head constant. Measurements were taken of the turbine's power output and efficiency at different discharges. The results were analyzed and discussed to determine how the turbine's properties changed with discharge and if they agreed with theoretical predictions. The key components of a Pelton wheel turbine are also outlined, including the stationary nozzle, rotating buckets, and how water is directed by the nozzle onto the buckets.

Hydraulics Team Full-Technical Lab Report

• Cooperated with fellow colleagues in a lab environment and experimented on the science of fluid flow through various types of piping and fittings.
• Researched the head loss that is caused in different piping including Venturi pipe, orifice plate, and elbow pipe fittings.

Tensile test newyh

The experiment involves tensile testing of materials using an Instron load frame and BlueHill data acquisition software. Four materials - 6061-T6 aluminum alloy, A-36 hot rolled steel, PMMA, and polycarbonate - were tested with cylindrical specimens containing a reduced gage section. Testing was conducted according to ASTM standards. The data gathered was used to calculate properties like elastic modulus, yield strength, and ultimate tensile strength, which were plotted on stress-strain curves. The purpose was to determine key mechanical properties of each material and familiarize students with tensile testing procedures.

Deflection of curved beam |Strength of Material Laboratory

SAIF ALDIN ALI MADIN
سيف الدين علي ماضي
S96aif@gmail.com
Experiment Name:- Deflection of curved beam
2. Introduction
The deflection of a beam or bars must be often be limited in order to provide
integrity and stability of structure or machine. Plus, code restrictions often require
these members not vibrate or deflect severely in order to safely support their
intended loading.
This experiment helps us to show some kind of deflection and how to calculate the
deflection value by using Castigliano’s Theorem and make a comparison between
result of the experiment and the theory.

CE6451 - FLUID MECHANICS AND MACHINERY NOTES

CE6451 - FLUID MECHANICS AND MACHINERY NOTES. THE PROBLEM NUMBERS WILL MATCH THE QUESTION BANK ATTACHED IN THE END.

Standard proctor test

This document summarizes a standard Proctor compaction test conducted on a soil sample. The test involves compacting the soil at different moisture contents in layers using a standardized hammer and measuring the dry unit weight. The maximum dry unit weight of 1.74 g/cm3 was found at an optimum moisture content of 13.7% based on the graph, however one data point exceeded the theoretical zero-air void curve, invalidating the test. The test will need to be redone to get accurate and dependable results.

C4 Lab Report 5 Fluid Mechanics.pdf

The document is an e-laboratory assessment report for an experiment conducted to determine the hydrostatic force and center of pressure on a plane surface submerged in water. The experiment involved measuring the force required to balance rectangular surfaces placed at various angles in a water vessel. Experimental results were compared to theoretical calculations. While experimental values were generally lower than theoretical, the objectives of determining hydrostatic force and center of pressure were achieved. Sources of error that could explain differences in values are discussed.

Laporan+pompa+sentrifugal

This document is a lab report on testing centrifugal pumps. It includes data tables of test results for single stage, series, and parallel pumps at various speeds and valve openings. Flow rate, head, power, and efficiency values are given. Graphs show relationships between these parameters. The report was written by a student for a mechanical engineering class to analyze pump performance characteristics.

Fluid Flow Rate & Bernoulli’s Theorem Demonstration

The aim of the fluid flow rate experiment is to measure the fluid flow rate using a device called the hydraulic bench unit, which is also used to prove the Bernoulli’s Theorem Demonstration by measuring the overall pressure of the fluid flow.

Discharge Over a Vee-Notch Weir | Jameel Academy

1) The student performed an experiment to measure the discharge of water over a vee-notch weir. Water was pumped into an open channel and measurements were taken of water level, volume collected, and time to collect the volume.
2) Calculations were done to determine the theoretical discharge based on the notch geometry and actual discharge based on the collected volume and time. The ratio of actual to theoretical discharge (Cd) was calculated.
3) A linear relationship was found between the Cd ratio and the water level over the weir, expressed as Cd = -3.14H + 0.19. The experiment validated the method for calculating discharge over a vee-notch weir.

Center of Pressure on Vertical Partially Submerged Plate | Jameel Academy

1) The document reports on an experiment to determine the center of pressure on a vertically partially submerged plate. Various masses were used and the distance from the plate to the water surface was measured.
2) The center of pressure was calculated using a formula that takes into account the distance measurements, mass, and plate properties. The calculated and measured centers of pressure were compared to find percent error.
3) Results showed the center of pressure decreases with increasing mass and errors generally increased with lighter masses, with a maximum error of 40.49%. The relationship between calculated and measured centers of pressure was plotted on a graph.

Stability of A Floating Body | Jameel Academy

1) The document describes an experiment to determine the stability of a floating body. It involves measuring the angle of tilt caused by moving a jockey weight along a submerged apparatus at different heights.
2) Calculations are shown to determine values like the metacentric height, center of gravity, and the distance between the center of buoyancy and center of gravity.
3) The results show that as the jockey weight height increases, the center of gravity rises and the horizontal movement causes a greater angle of tilt. The metacentric height was found to be greater than the distance between the center of buoyancy and center of gravity, indicating the body is stable.

Reynolds Number Final Report in LAB 1

This experiment aimed to determine the Reynolds number (NRe) as a function of flow rate for liquid flowing through a circular pipe. NRe was calculated for 6 trials with increasing flow rates. All trials had NRe below 2100, indicating laminar flow as observed by the smooth movement of dye in the pipe. As flow rate increased, NRe also increased but remained in the laminar flow regime. The results show that flow type depends on NRe, with laminar flow occurring at low velocities (NRe < 2100).

lab report structure deflection of cantilever

1. This experiment examines the deflection of cantilever beams made of aluminum, brass, and steel when subjected to increasing point loads.
2. The experiment measured the actual deflection of each beam for loads from 0-500g and calculated the theoretical deflection based on the beam's material properties.
3. The results showed aluminum had the largest deflection, brass was intermediate, and steel had the smallest deflection, as expected based on their moduli of elasticity. The actual deflection was always greater than the theoretical deflection.

Deflection of simply supported beam and cantilever

This document describes experiments to measure the deflection of simply supported beams and cantilever beams under different loading conditions. For simply supported beams, deflection increases linearly with applied load and decreases with beam length. Deflection measurements match theoretical calculations. For cantilever beams, deflection increases linearly with both applied load and distance from the fixed end. The experiments demonstrate linear relationships between load/position and deflection as predicted by theory.

Centrifugal pump | Fluid Laboratory

SAIF ALDIN ALI MADIN
سيف الدين علي ماضي
S96aif@gmail.com
1. Studying the performance of this type of centrifugal pump
2. Calculating the theoretical efficiency of centrifugal pump and
compare with experimental efficiency of centrifugal pump

Pressure Measurement by Weight and Bourdon Gauge | Jameel Academy

1) The document describes an experiment to measure pressure using weights and a bourdon gauge. Various weights were added to a piston submerged in water and the corresponding pressure readings on the gauge were recorded.
2) The true pressure was calculated using a formula involving the mass, area of the piston, and gravitational acceleration. The percentage error between the true and gauge pressures was also determined.
3) Increasing and decreasing the weights resulted in increasing and decreasing pressure readings. The errors were smaller for decreasing pressure measurements. Sources of error and how to improve accuracy are discussed.

Odemba ECE2304 Hydraulics1Lab

This document is a laboratory report for experiments conducted on a V-notch weir. The experiments were aimed at determining the relationship between discharge and head above the notch, comparing actual and theoretical discharge values, and calibrating the V-notch weir. Data was collected from measurements of head and discharge at various flow stages. Results showed the actual discharge was smaller than theoretical due to head losses, and a coefficient of discharge was derived to relate the two discharge values for calibration of the V-notch. Sources of experimental error and accuracy were also discussed.

Fluid Mechanic Lab - Reynold's Number Experiment

1. The document summarizes an experiment conducted by Muhammad Sulaimon Rasul to determine different types of fluid flow (laminar, transitional, turbulent) using Reynolds apparatus.
2. The experiment measured the volume of water and time taken to fill a graduated cylinder for different flow rates. This was used to calculate Reynolds number to identify flow type.
3. All results showed Reynolds numbers less than 2000, indicating laminar flow for all trials according to the theoretical boundaries between flow types.

Impact of water jet

Muhammed Fuad Rashid
Petroleum Engineering Department at Koya Universiy
Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
2020

Bulk Density & Voids in Aggregate | Jameel Academy

This report details tests conducted to determine the bulk density and voids of fine and coarse aggregates. Samples of fine and coarse aggregate were tested with and without compaction. For each test, the mass of the aggregate sample, mass of the container, and volume of the container were measured. The bulk density of each sample was then calculated using these values. The results showed that bulk density ranged from 1591.4-1919.1 kg/m3 for fine aggregate and 1746.1-1591.4 kg/m3 for coarse aggregate. Voids in the samples ranged from 26.7-31.3% for fine aggregate and 34.49-39.3% for coarse aggregate. In conclusion, the

Pelton wheel experiment

The document describes an experiment conducted to study the performance of a Pelton wheel turbine. The experiment varied the water discharge through the turbine while keeping the head constant. Measurements were taken of the turbine's power output and efficiency at different discharges. The results were analyzed and discussed to determine how the turbine's properties changed with discharge and if they agreed with theoretical predictions. The key components of a Pelton wheel turbine are also outlined, including the stationary nozzle, rotating buckets, and how water is directed by the nozzle onto the buckets.

Hydraulics Team Full-Technical Lab Report

• Cooperated with fellow colleagues in a lab environment and experimented on the science of fluid flow through various types of piping and fittings.
• Researched the head loss that is caused in different piping including Venturi pipe, orifice plate, and elbow pipe fittings.

Tensile test newyh

The experiment involves tensile testing of materials using an Instron load frame and BlueHill data acquisition software. Four materials - 6061-T6 aluminum alloy, A-36 hot rolled steel, PMMA, and polycarbonate - were tested with cylindrical specimens containing a reduced gage section. Testing was conducted according to ASTM standards. The data gathered was used to calculate properties like elastic modulus, yield strength, and ultimate tensile strength, which were plotted on stress-strain curves. The purpose was to determine key mechanical properties of each material and familiarize students with tensile testing procedures.

Deflection of curved beam |Strength of Material Laboratory

SAIF ALDIN ALI MADIN
سيف الدين علي ماضي
S96aif@gmail.com
Experiment Name:- Deflection of curved beam
2. Introduction
The deflection of a beam or bars must be often be limited in order to provide
integrity and stability of structure or machine. Plus, code restrictions often require
these members not vibrate or deflect severely in order to safely support their
intended loading.
This experiment helps us to show some kind of deflection and how to calculate the
deflection value by using Castigliano’s Theorem and make a comparison between
result of the experiment and the theory.

CE6451 - FLUID MECHANICS AND MACHINERY NOTES

CE6451 - FLUID MECHANICS AND MACHINERY NOTES. THE PROBLEM NUMBERS WILL MATCH THE QUESTION BANK ATTACHED IN THE END.

Standard proctor test

This document summarizes a standard Proctor compaction test conducted on a soil sample. The test involves compacting the soil at different moisture contents in layers using a standardized hammer and measuring the dry unit weight. The maximum dry unit weight of 1.74 g/cm3 was found at an optimum moisture content of 13.7% based on the graph, however one data point exceeded the theoretical zero-air void curve, invalidating the test. The test will need to be redone to get accurate and dependable results.

Fluid Flow Rate & Bernoulli’s Theorem Demonstration

Fluid Flow Rate & Bernoulli’s Theorem Demonstration

Discharge Over a Vee-Notch Weir | Jameel Academy

Discharge Over a Vee-Notch Weir | Jameel Academy

Center of Pressure on Vertical Partially Submerged Plate | Jameel Academy

Center of Pressure on Vertical Partially Submerged Plate | Jameel Academy

Stability of A Floating Body | Jameel Academy

Stability of A Floating Body | Jameel Academy

Reynolds Number Final Report in LAB 1

Reynolds Number Final Report in LAB 1

lab report structure deflection of cantilever

lab report structure deflection of cantilever

Deflection of simply supported beam and cantilever

Deflection of simply supported beam and cantilever

Centrifugal pump | Fluid Laboratory

Centrifugal pump | Fluid Laboratory

Pressure Measurement by Weight and Bourdon Gauge | Jameel Academy

Pressure Measurement by Weight and Bourdon Gauge | Jameel Academy

Odemba ECE2304 Hydraulics1Lab

Odemba ECE2304 Hydraulics1Lab

Fluid Mechanic Lab - Reynold's Number Experiment

Fluid Mechanic Lab - Reynold's Number Experiment

Impact of water jet

Impact of water jet

Bulk Density & Voids in Aggregate | Jameel Academy

Bulk Density & Voids in Aggregate | Jameel Academy

Pelton wheel experiment

Pelton wheel experiment

Hydraulics Team Full-Technical Lab Report

Hydraulics Team Full-Technical Lab Report

Tensile test newyh

Tensile test newyh

Chap 03

Chap 03

Deflection of curved beam |Strength of Material Laboratory

Deflection of curved beam |Strength of Material Laboratory

CE6451 - FLUID MECHANICS AND MACHINERY NOTES

CE6451 - FLUID MECHANICS AND MACHINERY NOTES

Standard proctor test

Standard proctor test

C4 Lab Report 5 Fluid Mechanics.pdf

The document is an e-laboratory assessment report for an experiment conducted to determine the hydrostatic force and center of pressure on a plane surface submerged in water. The experiment involved measuring the force required to balance rectangular surfaces placed at various angles in a water vessel. Experimental results were compared to theoretical calculations. While experimental values were generally lower than theoretical, the objectives of determining hydrostatic force and center of pressure were achieved. Sources of error that could explain differences in values are discussed.

Laporan+pompa+sentrifugal

This document is a lab report on testing centrifugal pumps. It includes data tables of test results for single stage, series, and parallel pumps at various speeds and valve openings. Flow rate, head, power, and efficiency values are given. Graphs show relationships between these parameters. The report was written by a student for a mechanical engineering class to analyze pump performance characteristics.

Laboratory_Manual_ARE EXP 4 1.pdf

This document describes an experiment to determine the residence time distribution for a continuous stirred-tank reactor (CSTR) at different flow rates. Sodium hydroxide is injected as a tracer and samples are collected and titrated over time. Curves are constructed for concentration C(t), normalized concentration E(t), cumulative distribution F(t), and others. The dispersion number D/uL is calculated from these curves and found to initially decrease then increase with flow rate.

Project 1

This document appears to be a final report for a project in a petroleum engineering course. It includes an introduction outlining the problem of determining the most profitable production plan for a reservoir given its characteristics. It then describes using the Tarner method to calculate initial hydrocarbons in place, primary production calculations including determining flow units and cumulative production over time, and waterflooding calculations. Tables show the results of the Tarner method calculations and production calculations. Maps and economic analysis are also mentioned but not described in detail.

Dewatering project pit alam 1 3

This document provides rainfall and pumping data for dewatering pits at the PT Ulimanitra - Muara Alam Sejahtera site in Lahhat, Indonesia. It includes historical rainfall statistics from 2003-2016, current water levels and volumes in Blocks 2-3, pump specifications, calculations of pump flow rates and run times under normal and extreme rainfall conditions, and projected pumping requirements. The pumping needs are estimated to be a MultiFlo CF48 pump operating for 12-19 days to dewater the pits depending on whether rains occur during pumping.

Consolidated Drained (CD) Triaxial Test.pdf

Determination of strength and stress-strain relationships of a cylindrical specimen of reconstituted specimen using Consolidated Drained (CD) Triaxial Test.
1. A series of drained triaxial tests under four different initial states were conducted on Yamuna River sand. The results consist of simple stress-strain relation, change in volume behaviour were plotted.
2. Basic stress-strain relation with volume behaviour was presented in plot. The results for densely prepared sand samples show an expected behaviour. There is a significant difference in peak and residual deviatoric stress (q) as can be depicted form the plot.
3. With increase in confining stress, load carrying capacity of specimen increases.
4. Saturation value ‘B’ must be acquired to be more than 0.95 before starting the isotropic consolidation phase in CD test.
5. CD tests are performed at much slower strain rate as compared to CU tests for the same soil. The strain rate for CD test can be chosen approx. 8-10 times lower than the CU test.
6. It is important to have no pore water pressure generation throughout the shearing phase of CD test or in other words strain rate must be so small that pore water pressure must get dissipated quickly when specimen is subjected to compression loading in CD test.
7. In CD test, volumetric strain versus axial strain relationship shows contractive response for NC soils and dilative response for OC soils. (NC = Normally consolidated, OC = Over consolidated)
References:
1. IS: 2720 (Part 11):1993- Determination of the shear strength parameters of a specimen tested in unconsolidated undrained triaxial compression without the measurement of pore water pressure (first revision). Reaffirmed- Dec 2016.
2. IS: 2720 (Part 12):1981- Determination of Shear Strength parameters of Soil from consolidated undrained triaxial compression test with measurement of pore water pressure (first revision). Reaffirmed- Dec 2016.
3. ASTM D7181-11. Method for Consolidated Drained Triaxial Compression Test for Soils; ASTM: West Conshohocken, PA, USA, 2011.

Engineering Simulation

This document contains information about engineering simulations of fluid reservoirs including:
- Basic plots used to model fluid height over time using the Euler integration method
- A schematic layout of a fluid reservoir showing fluid inflow and outflow
- An equation relating the change in fluid height over time to the inlet and outlet mass flows
- A sample simulation run with results showing fluid height decreasing over time as inlet flow stops and outlet flow continues

Hydrologic analysis and design 4th edition mc cuen solutions manual

Hydrologic Analysis and Design 4th Edition McCuen Solutions Manual
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MBDA 13.03.13

The document presents a preliminary design for an energy recovery system in a ramjet engine. It proposes introducing a moving element to bleed some compressed air from the ramjet into a turbine. This would generate electricity or other energy conservation. Calculations are shown comparing thrust produced with and without air bleeding. The goal is to extract thrust from the turbine to compensate for thrust lost from air bleeding, reducing battery weight and improving missile efficiency through energy recovery.

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

This document provides specifications and information for components of an excavator. It includes:
1) Locations and descriptions of 35 major components of the excavator.
2) Conversion tables for common units of length, area, volume, weight, pressure, torque, power, energy, velocity, and temperature.
3) Specifications for the start switch including maximum current and wire specifications.
4) Specifications for the battery disconnector switch including operating voltage.
5) Tightening torque specifications for screws, nuts, and other components.

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual

This document provides service information for an excavator including:
1) Locations of key components on the excavator and descriptions of each.
2) Conversion tables for common measurement units of length, area, volume, weight, pressure, temperature and flow rate.
3) Specifications for the start switch, battery disconnector switch, and standard tightening torques for screws and nuts.

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

This document provides specifications and information for components of an excavator. It includes:
1) Locations and descriptions of 35 major components of the excavator.
2) Conversion tables for common units of length, area, volume, weight, pressure, torque, power, energy, velocity, and temperature.
3) Specifications for the start switch including maximum current and wire specifications.
4) Specifications for the battery disconnector switch including operating voltage.
5) Tightening torques for mounting screws and other components along with standard tightening torques for various screw sizes.

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

This document provides specifications and information for components of an excavator. It includes:
1) Locations and descriptions of 35 major components of the excavator.
2) Conversion tables for common units of length, area, volume, weight, pressure, torque, power, energy, velocity, and temperature.
3) Specifications for the start switch, including maximum current and wire specifications.
4) Specifications for the battery disconnector switch, which has an operating voltage of 6-36V.
5) Standard tightening torques for screws and nuts of various sizes.

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

This document provides specifications and information for components of an excavator. It includes:
1) Locations and descriptions of 35 major components of the excavator.
2) Conversion tables for common units of length, area, volume, weight, pressure, torque, power, energy, velocity, and temperature.
3) Specifications for the start switch including maximum current and wire specifications.
4) Specifications for the battery disconnector switch including operating voltage.
5) Tightening torque specifications for screws, nuts, and other components.

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

This document provides service information for an excavator including:
1) Locations of major components on the excavator and descriptions of each.
2) Conversion tables for common measurement units of length, area, volume, weight, pressure, temperature, flow rate and other units.
3) Specifications for start switches, battery disconnect switches, and standard tightening torques for fasteners.

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

This document provides service information for an excavator including:
1) Locations of key components on the excavator and diagrams labeling each part.
2) Conversion tables for common measurement units of length, area, volume, weight, pressure, temperature, flow rate and other units.
3) Specifications for start switches, battery disconnect switches, and standard tightening torques for different screw sizes.

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

This document provides specifications and information for components of an excavator. It includes:
1) Locations and descriptions of 35 major components of the excavator.
2) Conversion tables for common units of length, area, volume, weight, pressure, torque, power, energy, velocity, and temperature.
3) Specifications for the start switch including maximum current and wire specifications.
4) Specifications for the battery disconnector switch including operating voltage.
5) Tightening torques for mounting screws and other components along with standard tightening torques for various screw sizes.

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

This document provides service information for an excavator including:
1) Locations of key components on the excavator and diagrams labeling each part.
2) Conversion tables for common measurement units of length, area, volume, weight, pressure, temperature, flow rate and other units.
3) Specifications for start switches, battery disconnect switches, and standard tightening torques for bolts and nuts.

Mechanics Of Fluids 4th Edition Potter Solutions Manual

This document provides solutions to problems in an instructor's manual for a textbook on fluid mechanics. It contains solutions for 14 problems from Chapter 1 which covers fundamental concepts like units, dimensions, density, viscosity, pressure and temperature relationships. The solutions include step-by-step working to arrive at the final numerical answer for each problem.

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The document provides dimensional and mechanical properties for various standard steel shapes from the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) 13th edition. It includes tables listing properties like cross-sectional area, moments of inertia, radii of gyration, and weights per foot for wide flange beams, channels, angles, and other standard sections. Accompanying notes provide definitions and explanations of the terms and properties.

C4 Lab Report 5 Fluid Mechanics.pdf

C4 Lab Report 5 Fluid Mechanics.pdf

Laporan+pompa+sentrifugal

Laporan+pompa+sentrifugal

Laboratory_Manual_ARE EXP 4 1.pdf

Laboratory_Manual_ARE EXP 4 1.pdf

Project 1

Project 1

Dewatering project pit alam 1 3

Dewatering project pit alam 1 3

Consolidated Drained (CD) Triaxial Test.pdf

Consolidated Drained (CD) Triaxial Test.pdf

Engineering Simulation

Engineering Simulation

Hydrologic analysis and design 4th edition mc cuen solutions manual

Hydrologic analysis and design 4th edition mc cuen solutions manual

MBDA 13.03.13

MBDA 13.03.13

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

Volvo EC55B Compact Excavator Service Repair Manual.pdf

Mechanics Of Fluids 4th Edition Potter Solutions Manual

Mechanics Of Fluids 4th Edition Potter Solutions Manual

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Accident study (Traffic Engineering) | Jameel Academy

This document summarizes an accident study report prepared by students. It outlines the objectives of accident studies which are to study causes of accidents and suggest corrective measures. It then discusses the common causes of road accidents which include road users, vehicles, road conditions, and environmental factors. It also describes common accident types and how accident data is analyzed through reports, records, and diagrams. Finally, it discusses performing statistical analysis of accidents and examples of calculating different accident rates, and lists several safety measures that can be taken through engineering, enforcement, and education.

How to Integrate an Equation | Jameel Academy

1. The document provides steps to integrate equations, beginning with trying basic integration formulas. If that does not work, methods like integration by substitution, parts, or trig substitutions are suggested.
2. As a last resort, the document advises adding numbers or factoring trinomials to manipulate the equation into a form that can be integrated using basic formulas or methods.
3. Examples are provided demonstrating each step, from integrating straightforward equations to more complex examples that require manipulation or advanced methods.

Permeability Test of soil Using Constant and Falling Head Method

1) The document describes laboratory tests to determine the coefficient of permeability of soil samples using the constant head and falling head methods.
2) For the falling head test on a sandy soil sample, the average permeability was found to be 0.00322 cm/sec.
3) For the constant head test on a second sample, the average permeability was determined to be 0.02069 cm/min.

Determination of Field Density Using Sand Cone Method | Jameel Academy

The document describes a soil mechanics lab report on determining field density using the sand cone method. The test procedure involves digging a hole, placing the excavated soil in an airtight bag, then using a sand cone apparatus to pour sand into the hole to determine the hole's volume. Calculations are shown to find the field dry unit weight, water content, and relative density compared to the maximum dry unit weight from a lab compaction test. The results found a field dry unit weight of 1.4149 g/cm3 and relative density of 72%, indicating the field compaction was not adequate for the project.

Consolidation of Soil Test | Jameel Academy

This report summarizes a consolidation test conducted on a soil sample to determine key consolidation parameters. The test procedure involved placing a soil specimen in a consolidation ring, loading it incrementally in a consolidation device, and taking dial readings over time. Key parameters determined include the compression index Cc, coefficient of consolidation Cv, coefficient of volume change av, and coefficient of permeability mv. These parameters provide important information about the compressibility and rate of settlement of the soil sample under increasing loads. The test aimed to evaluate the consolidation behavior of the soil and calculate consolidation parameters accurately to allow for computing consolidation settlement.

Standard Compaction Test | Jameel Academy

The document describes a standard compaction test performed on a soil sample to determine the maximum dry density and optimum moisture content. Five soil samples with varying moisture contents were compacted and tested. The maximum dry density was found to be 19.1 kN/m3 at an optimum moisture content of 12.2%. A graph of the dry unit weight versus moisture content showed a compaction curve with the highest point indicating the maximum dry density and optimum moisture content. The purpose of the test is to evaluate the engineering properties of soils for use in construction projects.

Foundation Types | Jameel Academy

This document outlines different types of foundations used in building construction. It discusses shallow foundations like isolated, combined, and wall footings that are used when the soil can support loads. Deep foundations like pile foundations are used when the soil is weak or groundwater levels are high. Pile foundations include end bearing piles and friction piles made of materials like concrete, steel, or wood. The document also states that foundation quality depends on design and construction materials and their type depends on site conditions, as foundations are crucial to supporting buildings.

Determination Of Dip Angle

The dip angle between layers C and D is 8.5 degrees. The document shows a cross section with labeled geological layers and uses a scale ratio to determine the true distance between lines A and B, which is used to calculate the dip angle between layers C and D as the tangent inverse of the height difference over the horizontal distance.

Specific Gravity & Absorption of Aggregate (Coarse & Fine) | Jameel Academy

This document reports on a test to determine the specific gravity and absorption of fine and coarse aggregates. The specific gravities of coarse aggregate were found to be 2.55, 2.7, and 2.8 for bulk dry, SSD, and apparent respectively. For fine aggregate, the specific gravities were 2.64, 2.7, and 2.8. The absorptions were 2.3% for coarse and 1.78% for fine. While the specific gravities were normal, the absorptions were outside standard ranges, likely due to errors in measuring the fine aggregate's slump or not waiting 24 hours for coarse aggregate heating. In conclusion, the aggregates tested would not be suitable for use due to

Soundness of Hydraulic Cement Paste | Jameel Academy

This report summarizes the results of a test conducted to determine the soundness of a hydraulic cement paste. The Le-Chatelier test and ASTM C 151-05 autoclave test were performed according to standard procedures. For the Le-Chatelier test, the initial and final distances between indicator points were 7mm and 11mm respectively, resulting in an expansion of 4mm. Since the measured expansion was less than the maximum standard of 10mm, the cement paste was determined to have sufficient soundness for construction applications without risk of cracking. In conclusion, the purpose of the soundness test is to evaluate a cement's ability to retain volume after setting and hardening without excessive expansion that could cause structural issues.

Sieve Analysis of Fine & Coarse Aggregate | Jameel Academy

This report summarizes the results of a sieve analysis test performed on samples of fine and coarse aggregates. Sieve analysis was used to determine the particle size distribution of each aggregate by separating particles via sieves with decreasing size openings. For the fine aggregate, the average size was found to be 0.6mm. For the coarse aggregate, the maximum size was found to be 13.2mm. While the calculations and procedures appeared to be performed correctly, the results did not fully meet specification limits, indicating the aggregates may not be suitable for the intended construction purpose without further processing or testing.

Setting Time of Hydraulic Cement By Vicat Needle | Jameel Academy

This report details an experiment to determine the initial and final setting times of a hydraulic cement using the Vicat needle test method. The cement paste was prepared and tested according to ASTM standards. The initial setting time was found to be 2 hours and 45 minutes when the needle penetration was 6 mm. The final setting time was then calculated using an empirical equation to be 4 hours and 48 minutes. While only two penetration measurements were taken, the results indicate the cement would be suitable for construction uses and meet the Iraqi standard of a minimum 1 hour initial setting time.

Normal Consistency of Hydraulic Cement | Jameel Academy

This report summarizes a test to determine the normal consistency of hydraulic cement. Four trials were conducted with 500g of cement and varying water-cement (W/C) ratios of 0.25, 0.27, 0.30 and 0.33. These trials resulted in penetrations of 25mm, 9mm, 5mm and 4mm respectively. From the relationship between W/C ratio and penetration, the standard consistency was determined to be 0.2875 at a penetration of 6mm. However, the average penetration of 10.75mm exceeded the standard of 6±1mm, suggesting errors in the test such as insufficient cement quantity and inaccurate penetration measurement timing. The purpose of the test was to find

Compressive strength and Flexural of Hardened Concrete | Jameel Academy

This report details tests conducted to determine the compressive and flexural strength of hardened concrete. The compressive strength was tested on concrete cubes with an average result of 32.8 MPa, meeting the design strength of 24 MPa. The flexural strength was tested on concrete prisms and resulted in 6.4 MPa. While lower than compressive strength as expected, this shows the concrete can resist compression and tension loads required for construction projects. In conclusion, the concrete met design specifications and can be used safely in construction.

Compressive Strength of Hydraulic Cement Mortar | Jameel Academy

This document summarizes a test to determine the compressive strength of cement mortar cubes. Six cement mortar cubes were created and tested to failure. The compressive strength was calculated for each cube based on the failure load and cross-sectional area. The average compressive strength of the cubes was calculated to be 34.45 MPa. This result exceeds the standard requirement of 24 MPa or greater for cement mortar at 7 days. Therefore, the cement mortar tested was determined to be suitable for use in construction projects.

تێبينى لسەر كاڕێ دانانا ديوارێ بلوكى | Jameel Academy

تێبينى لسەر كاڕێ دانانا ديوارێ بلوكى | Jameel Academy

بەشێن ئەندازيارى بنياسە ! | Jameel Academy

بەشێن ئەندازيارى بنياسە ! | Jameel Academy

دەرئێخستنا پارە و بڕا مەوادێن د ئاڤاهى دا دهێنە بكارئينان | Jameel Academy

دەرئێخستنا پارە و بڕا مەوادێن د ئاڤاهى دا دهێنە بكارئينان | Jameel Academy

چاوا (Stairs) دهێنە ديزاينكرن ؟ | Jameel Academy

چاوا (Stairs) دهێنە ديزاينكرن ؟ | Jameel Academy

Accident study (Traffic Engineering) | Jameel Academy

Accident study (Traffic Engineering) | Jameel Academy

How to Integrate an Equation | Jameel Academy

How to Integrate an Equation | Jameel Academy

Permeability Test of soil Using Constant and Falling Head Method

Permeability Test of soil Using Constant and Falling Head Method

Determination of Field Density Using Sand Cone Method | Jameel Academy

Determination of Field Density Using Sand Cone Method | Jameel Academy

Consolidation of Soil Test | Jameel Academy

Consolidation of Soil Test | Jameel Academy

Standard Compaction Test | Jameel Academy

Standard Compaction Test | Jameel Academy

Foundation Types | Jameel Academy

Foundation Types | Jameel Academy

Determination Of Dip Angle

Determination Of Dip Angle

Specific Gravity & Absorption of Aggregate (Coarse & Fine) | Jameel Academy

Specific Gravity & Absorption of Aggregate (Coarse & Fine) | Jameel Academy

Soundness of Hydraulic Cement Paste | Jameel Academy

Soundness of Hydraulic Cement Paste | Jameel Academy

Sieve Analysis of Fine & Coarse Aggregate | Jameel Academy

Sieve Analysis of Fine & Coarse Aggregate | Jameel Academy

Setting Time of Hydraulic Cement By Vicat Needle | Jameel Academy

Setting Time of Hydraulic Cement By Vicat Needle | Jameel Academy

Normal Consistency of Hydraulic Cement | Jameel Academy

Normal Consistency of Hydraulic Cement | Jameel Academy

Compressive strength and Flexural of Hardened Concrete | Jameel Academy

Compressive strength and Flexural of Hardened Concrete | Jameel Academy

Compressive Strength of Hydraulic Cement Mortar | Jameel Academy

Compressive Strength of Hydraulic Cement Mortar | Jameel Academy

Open Channel Flow: fluid flow with a free surface

Open Channel Flow: This topic focuses on fluid flow with a free surface, such as in rivers, canals, and drainage ditches. Key concepts include the classification of flow types (steady vs. unsteady, uniform vs. non-uniform), hydraulic radius, flow resistance, Manning's equation, critical flow conditions, and energy and momentum principles. It also covers flow measurement techniques, gradually varied flow analysis, and the design of open channels. Understanding these principles is vital for effective water resource management and engineering applications.

Pressure Relief valve used in flow line to release the over pressure at our d...

Pressure Relief valve used in flow line to release the over pressure at our desired pressure

Software Engineering and Project Management - Software Testing + Agile Method...

Software Testing: A Strategic Approach to Software Testing, Strategic Issues, Test Strategies for Conventional Software, Test Strategies for Object -Oriented Software, Validation Testing, System Testing, The Art of Debugging.
Agile Methodology: Before Agile – Waterfall, Agile Development.

Introduction to Computer Networks & OSI MODEL.ppt

Introduction to Computer Networks

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LLM Fine Tuning with QLoRA Cassandra Lunch 4, presented by Anant

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An Introduction to the Compiler Designss

compiler material

smart pill dispenser is designed to improve medication adherence and safety f...

Smart Pill Dispenser that boosts medication adherence, empowers patients, enables remote monitoring, enhances safety, reduces healthcare costs, and contributes to data-driven healthcare improvements

Object Oriented Analysis and Design - OOAD

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Software Engineering and Project Management - Introduction, Modeling Concepts...

Introduction, Modeling Concepts and Class Modeling: What is Object orientation? What is OO development? OO Themes; Evidence for usefulness of OO development; OO modeling history. Modeling
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本公司拥有海外各大学样板无数，能完美还原。
1:1完美还原海外各大学毕业材料上的工艺：水印，阴影底纹，钢印LOGO烫金烫银，LOGO烫金烫银复合重叠。文字图案浮雕、激光镭射、紫外荧光、温感、复印防伪等防伪工艺。材料咨询办理、认证咨询办理请加学历顾问Q/微741003700
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◇面对父母的压力，希望尽快拿到；
◇不清楚认证流程以及材料该如何准备；
◇回国时间很长，忘记办理；
◇回国马上就要找工作，办给用人单位看；
◇企事业单位必须要求办理的
◇需要报考公务员、购买免税车、落转户口
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留信网认证的作用:
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- 1. University of Duhok College of Engineering Civil Department Fluid Mechanics – Practical Fluid Laboratory A Report About : Impact of Jet Student Name : Jameel Masoud Jameel Class : B Date of Experimental : 27 / 4 / 2018 Date of Submitting : 10 / 5 / 2018 Experiment No. : 4
- 2. Procedures : 1) Make sure that jet Apparatus is leveled, note the Jockey Weight, Diameter of Nozzle, Height between Nozzle and plate and any note that required for calculation. 2) Put the flat surface to the jet instrument to make a flat surface against water jet. 3) Open the water valve and let the water to move throgh nozzle, move the jockey weight at a specific point,note it and level the ruler line by using the water speed (valve open) until the ruler line balanced as a horiznotal line. 4) For each times for changing the position of jockey weight note the volume and time of amont of water To determine the dicharge (Q). 5) Then by repeating the procedure just changing the position of jockey weight on the ruler. 6) Then repeat the procedure with changing the flat surface to hemispherical surface to calculate the force acting onn the surface (plate).
- 3. Calculations and Results : Note : ( 𝐃) = 𝟏𝟎𝐦𝐦 , 𝐒 = 𝟑𝟓𝐦𝐦 , 𝐋 = 𝟏𝟓𝟎𝐜𝐦 , 𝐌 = 𝟎. 𝟔𝐤𝐠 A)For Flat Surface : Example: If Volume = 5 lt . Time = 25.14 sec . y = 0.01m -The Jet Force can be calculated using the following formula : Q = 𝑉𝑜𝑙𝑢𝑚𝑒 𝑇𝑖𝑚𝑒 = 5 1000⁄ 25.14 = 0.0001989 𝑚3 /𝑠𝑒𝑐 𝑉𝑜𝑢𝑡 = 𝐷𝑖𝑠𝑐ℎ𝑎𝑟𝑔𝑒 𝐴𝑟𝑒𝑎 = 0.0001989 𝜋 4 ×(0.01)2 = 2.534 𝑚/𝑠𝑒𝑐 V𝑖𝑛 = √ 𝑉𝑜𝑢𝑡 2 − 2 × 𝑔 × 𝑆 = √2.5342 − 2 × 𝑔 × 0.035 = 2.866 𝑚/𝑠𝑒𝑐 𝐹𝑡ℎ = 𝜌 × 𝑄 × 𝑉𝑖𝑛 = 1000 × 0.0001989 × 2.866 = 0.570 𝑁 𝐹𝑎𝑐𝑡 = 4 × 𝑔 × 𝑦 = 4 × 𝑔 × 0.01 = 0.392 𝑁 Details Table : Volume (L) Time (sec) Y (m) Q (m3 /sec) Vout (m/s) Vin (m/s) Fact (N) Fth (N) 5.000 25.140 0.010 0.0001989 2.534 2.866 0.392 0.570 5.000 16.460 0.020 0.0003038 3.870 7.144 0.785 2.170 5.000 13.520 0.030 0.0003698 4.711 10.754 1.177 3.977 5.000 11.380 0.050 0.0004394 5.597 15.320 1.962 6.731 5.000 9.540 0.070 0.0005241 6.677 21.945 2.747 11.501 y = 0.2186x + 0.322 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10.0 11.0 12.0 13.0 ActualForce(N) Theory Force (N) Relationship Between Actual and theory force
- 4. B) For Hemispherical Surface : Example: If Volume = 5 lt . Time = 26.53 sec . y = 0.02m -The Jet Force can be calculated using the following formula : Q = 𝑉𝑜𝑙𝑢𝑚𝑒 𝑇𝑖𝑚𝑒 = 5 1000⁄ 26.53 = 0.0001885 𝑚3 /𝑠𝑒𝑐 𝑉𝑜𝑢𝑡 = 𝐷𝑖𝑠𝑐ℎ𝑎𝑟𝑔𝑒 𝐴𝑟𝑒𝑎 = 0.0001885 𝜋 4 ×(0.01)2 = 2.401 𝑚/𝑠𝑒𝑐 V𝑖𝑛 = √ 𝑉𝑜𝑢𝑡 2 − 2 × 𝑔 × 𝑆 = √2.4012 − 2 × 𝑔 × 0.035 = 2.539 𝑚/𝑠𝑒𝑐 𝐹𝑡ℎ = 2 × 𝜌 × 𝑄 × 𝑉𝑖𝑛 = 2 × 1000 × 0.0001885 × 2.539 = 0.975 𝑁 𝐹𝑎𝑐𝑡 = 4 × 𝑔 × 𝑦 = 4 × 𝑔 × 0.02 = 0.785 𝑁 Details Table : Volume (L) Time (sec) Y (m) Q(m3 /sec) Vout (m/s) Vin (m/s) Fact (N) Fth (N) 5.000 26.530 0.020 0.0001885 2.401 2.539 0.785 0.957 5.000 15.150 0.050 0.0003300 4.204 8.494 1.962 2.803 5.000 12.400 0.080 0.0004032 5.137 12.849 3.139 5.181 5.000 10.700 0.100 0.0004673 5.953 17.374 3.924 8.119 5.000 10.070 0.120 0.0004965 6.325 19.660 4.709 9.762 y = 0.447x + 0.5846 0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10.0 11.0 ActualForce(N) Theoty Force (N) Relationship Between Actual and theory force
- 5. Discussion and Conclusion : In this test we determine the force acting on the surface by an fluid jet and making the ratio between the actual and theoretical Force, finally we got a result after doing all procedure accurate which is the force in the flat and hemispherical surface, as shown in our result that force acting on the hemispherical surface is larger than that on flat surface with same amount of water, with increasing water the jet of water at nozzle will be increase and make a large force on the plate (Surface) and we found the linear equation of Actual and theoretical force. In conclusion the purpose of this test is to determine the actual and theoretical force on the two difference surface and compare actually with theory, and compute the equation between it. Finally, we know that how test was doing and how to compute the actual force using a nozzle.