# Fluid Mechanics-2297752

Question 1;

This is the desired expression for the elevation difference between a point at the free surface and the initial height h of the fluid.

Question 2;

Now we will calculate the required flow rate in the model.

Question 3;

Therefore, the minimum time to fill the glass under laminar flow at 50 °F is approximately 1923.08 seconds.

These are the manual calculations to find the minimum time to fill the glass under laminar flow conditions for water at temperatures of 50 °F and 140 °F.

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Question 7:

Therefore, the tangential velocity component at exit (��2V2​) is approximately 80.56 ft/s, the ideal head rise (ℎ��hi​) is approximately 166.08 ft, and the power transferred to the fluid (Wshatt​) is approximately 306.7 hp.

Question 8

Here is how you can calculate the maximum height (h_max) that the pump can be located above the water surface without cavitation.

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