# Using Bernoulli's equation, the calculated pressure P0 is: a.) 321213 dyne/cm3 b.) 135263 dyne/cm3 c.) 452647...

###### Question:

Using Bernoulli's equation, the calculated pressure P0 is:

a.) 321213 dyne/cm3

b.) 135263 dyne/cm3

c.) 452647 dyne/cm3

d.) 128513 dyne/cm3  P.. = Pressure Atmospheric time= 7s h1 = 13cm hcl = 6.3 cm Diameter = 11.5cm Reservoir B height = 21 cm h.2 = 13.2 cm h.cpl = y cm h; = 13 lcm P1 = Pressure column h.cp2 = xcm Velocity(v.) Pipe Diameter = 3.6cm P2 = Pressure column Area.p1 Velocity (V2) Тар А hpl = 73.2 cm Pipe Diameter = 1.6cm Area.p2 Flowrate(Q) h2 = 43.2 cm Volume = 1351cm Reservoir A time= 75
Fluid Flow to demonstrate Bernoulli's Principle The set-up for the experimental apparatus to demonstrate Bernoulli's principle is shown below. In this system, we can determine all the parameters like velocity, flowrate and column pressures required to show that the principle can be proven. A stopwatch was used to time the flow as the tap A is open for the liquid water to flow into the reservoir R after which velocity, flowrate and pressure can be determined. V = velocity, q=flowrate, P = pressure, A= area, p=density of water, g = 981 cm/s^2 h = height, D = diameter. Formulas: Bernoulli and continuity equation p= 1.08 8 = 9812 Velocity V VO = velocity, h1 = height measure, t = time required for the flow Area A nga zip D = diameter D= Siamotor Apz = *, Api = ** Flowrate a q = Ao VC Pressure PO atmospheric pressure exerted on the reservoir A Po= Patmospheric P1 = Po + Pog-hep! P2 = Po+ P-g-hep2 hcp 1 column height for 1st the capillary tube hcp2 column height for 2nd capillary tube Bernoulli's principle: Po= pg-ht + zip_vo? P1 = pg. ("pu + tepl) + zpov? P = P28 (1p2+ hep2) + £p.vz? hp1 = height of pipe 1 from the horizontal plane hp2 = height pipe 2 from the horizontal plane Pressure are calculated in the unit of (Dynes/cm2). The determined pressure for Bernoulli's principles for all the above pressures for the reservoir, and the capillary tubes should be the same or within a range that will not defer that much due to experimental uncertainty

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