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## 10 Problems and Solutions to Practice Fluid Dynamics

## 10 Fluid Dynamics Problems And Solutions Explained In Detail

- Calculate fluid flow rate
- Using the equation of continuity
- Find the speed of fluid in connected pipes
- Using Torricelli’s principle to solve the leaking tank problem
- Using Bernoulli’s equation to solve some problems
- Understand how venturi meter works
- Calculate the lift force on a plane by using Bernoulli’s principle

## 1. Fluid flow rate problem

## 2. Equation of Continuity Problem

## 3. Connected pipes problem

4. the ration between cross-sectional area and fluid speed problem.

## 5. Leaking tank problem

## 6. Leaking tank problem II

## 7.Find the speed of flowing water with a venturimeter

## 8. The relation between fluid speed and pressure

## 9. Bernoulli's principle Problem.

## 10. The lift force of airplane

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## Fluid mechanics problems and solutions

When solving a fluid mechanics problem, follow these steps:

- Read carefully the problem statement.
- Draw a picture of the physical situation described in the problem.
- Write in your notebook the givens in the problem statement.
- Identify if the problem describes a static or dynamic situation.
- Determine the equations you will need to solve the problem.
- Do not forget to include the units in your results.
- Review the problem and check that the results you have obtained make sense.

- Pascal's law - Hydraulic lift
- Archimedes' principle - Why does an iceberg float?
- Archimedes' principle - The gold crown
- Archimedes' principle - Acceleration of an anchor
- Archimedes' principle - Buoyant force on a partially submerged object
- Bernoulli's equation - The fountain
- Bernoulli's equation - Venturi meter
- Torricelli's law - Speed of water coming out of an orifice

## Fluid dynamics – problems and solutions

Wanted : The speed of water (v)

Wanted: The speed of water (v)

The speed of water in pipe 2 is calculated with the equation of continuity :

The height of the large pipe (h 1 ) = -4 meter s

The speed of water in pipe 2 is calculated using the equation of continuity :

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