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Water under a gage pressure of 350kPa flows with a velocity of 5 m/s through a right-angled bend that has a uniform diameter of 250 mm
A 40-mm-diameter jet has a velocity of 25 m/s. If this jet were to strike a large flat plate normally, what would be the resultant force on the plate?
1.5-kg collar is attached to a spring and slides without friction along a circular rod in a vertical plane. Knowing that the tension in the spring is70 N and the speed of the collar is 3.8 m/s as it passes through point A,
A closed box with horizontal base 6m x 6m and height of 2m is half-filled with water and is accelerated Ax=4.9 m/sec^2 and Ay=-2.4 m/sec. find the pressure at the forward and rear corners along the bottom.
Draw the influence line for the tension in the cable as a point load travels across the beam. Find the maximum tension in the cable due to a live point load of 6 k on the beam.
A 24F-V4 Douglas Fir-Larch glulam is used to span 32 ft, carrying an ASD load combination (D + S). The load is uniform over a simple span, and the beam is laterally supported so that lateral torsional buckling is prevented.
A soil has a bulk density of 1.91 Mg/m^3 and a water content of 9.5%. The value of Gs is 2.70. Calculate the void ratio and degree of saturation of the soil. What would be the values of density and water content if the soil were fully saturated at th..
Calculate the dry unit weight, the saturated unit weight and the buoyant unit weight of a soil having a void ratio of 0.70 and a value of Gs of 2.72. Calculate also the unit weight and water content at a degree of saturation of 75%.
The in-situ dry density of a sand is 1.72 Mg/m^3 . The maximum and minimum dry densities, determined by standard laboratory tests, are 1.81 and 1.54 Mg/m^3, respectively. Determine the density index of the sand.
Within a field that is used for agricultural production, a clay unit is found at a depth 8ft below the land surface. the surface soil has a hydraulic conductivity of .6 ft/d. if parallel drains are placed 2 in per day
Using Raoult's Law or Henry's Law, as appropriate, calculate the pressure and mole fractions in the vapor phase for a system containing a liquid that is 0.3% N2 and 99.7% water (by moles) in equilibrium with its vapor at 80 °C.
An hydraulic motor is connected with a hose to a pump and powers a conveyor on a harvesting machine. Oil flows in a 16 ft hydrualics hose from the pump to the motor.
Design the shear reinforcement, vertical U stirrups for independent T beam. The beam spans 24 ft face to face between simple supports, has an effective depth d= 31 in.
A section view of a dam shown and water is stored at an elevation of 6 m above the base. the water flows through the dam in a concreate opening 2m high and 3 m wide. there are no losses or friction.
A major relining of the combustion vessel will occur during the fifth year at a cost of $30,000. If the interest rate is 15% per year, what is the lump-sum equivalent cost of this project at the present time
Successive plus and minus sights taken on a downhil line of levels are listed below. the values represent the horizontal distances between the instrument and either the plus or minus sights.
At A, the pipe diameter is 24 in and the pressure is 45 psi. At B, the pipe diameter is 12 in and the pressure is 50 psi. Point B is 3 f t lower than A. Find the flow rate if the pump puts 22 hp (16 kW) in to the flow. Neglect head losses.
a water main is used to refill an elevated storage tank during the night. a 100 ft long, 12 in steel pipe (ks=.06 mm) connects to the booster pump that provides a pressure of 75 psig at the pump outlet
Cylinders A & B weigh 500N each and cylinder C weighs 1000N. Assuming frictionless contact between all surfaces, find all contact forces. Diameters A&B= 1, C=2. Frictionless contact means forces are normal to the contacting surfaces.
Water flows through a 250-mm diameter steel (C=120) pipe at a a velocity, V = 1.5 m/s. Using the Hazen-Williams equation, what is the head loss due to friction per 1000 m of pipe
A rigid tank whose volume is 10L is initially evacuated. A pinhole develops in the wall, and air from the surroundings at 1 bar, 25 degrees Celsius enters until the pressure in the tank becomes 1 bar.
Assume you are an observer standing at a point on the track for a period of 30 minutes and are recording the instantaneous speed of each vehicle as it crosses your point. What is the time-mean speed and space-mean speed for these vehicle
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