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By permission from "Hydraulics," by 1. When the contact ande between liquid and solid is known, the capillary rise may be computed for an assumed shape of the meniscus.

Figure 1. If lb force is applied, what speed will the sleeve attain?

The temperature of the sleeve remains constant. Classify the following substances maintained a t constant temperature : 1. What would the body weigh on a correctly calibrated spring balance for sea level a t this location?

Determine the value of prcqmrtionality constant go needed for the following set of units: kip lb , slug, foot, second. A correctly calibrated spring scale records the weight of a lb, body as What is the value of g a t this location? What is its viscosity in centipoises? A plate, 0. Determine the fluid viscosity of the substance between the plates, in English units.

Determine the viscosity of fluid between shaft and sleeve.

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A flywheel weighing lb has a radius of gyration of 1 ft. The sleeve length is 2. Determine the fluid viscosity. A fiuid has a specific gravity of 0. What is i b viscosity in English units and in poises?

A body weighing 90 lb with a flat surface area of 1 ft2 slides down a lubricated inclined plane making a 30" angle with the horizontal. What is the viscosity of gasoline a t F in poises? How much greater is its kinematic viscosity for the same temperature range? What is the specific volume in cubic feet per pound m s and cubic feet as per slug of a subgtance of specific gravity 0.

A t the interface between a liquid and a gas, ajilm, or special layer, seems to form on the liquid, apparently owing to the attraction of liquid molecules below the surface. It is a simple experiment to place a small needle on a quiet water surface and observe that it will be supported there by the film.

That property of the surface film to exert a tension is called the surface tension and is the force required to maintain unit length of the film i'n equilibrium. The surface tension of water varies from about 0.

Surface tensions of other liquids are given in Table 1.

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Capillary attraction is caused by surface tension and by the relative value of adhesion between liquid and solid to cohesion of the liquid. A liquid. The aption of surface tension in this case is to cause the liquid to rise within a small vertical tube that is partially immersed in it.

For liquids that do not wet the solid, surface tension tends to depress the meniscus in a small vertical tube. Capillarity in circular glass tubes.

By permission from "Hydraulics," by 1. When the contact ande between liquid and solid is known, the capillary rise may be computed for an assumed shape of the meniscus. Figure 1. If lb force is applied, what speed will the sleeve attain?

The temperature of the sleeve remains constant. Classify the following substances maintained a t constant temperature : 1. What would the body weigh on a correctly calibrated spring balance for sea level a t this location? Determine the value of prcqmrtionality constant go needed for the following set of units: kip lb , slug, foot, second.

A correctly calibrated spring scale records the weight of a lb, body as What is the value of g a t this location? What is its viscosity in centipoises? A plate, 0.

Determine the fluid viscosity of the substance between the plates, in English units. The compressibility of a liquid is expressed by its bulk modulus 07 elasticity. TQ gain some idea about the compressibility of water, consider the applict3,tion of psi pressure t. When Eq. As a liquid is compressed, the resistance to further compression increases; therefore K increases with pressure.

At 45, psi the value of K for water has doubled. Example 1. What is its bulk modulus of elasticity?

Vapor Pressure. Liquids evaporate because of molecules escaping from the liquid surface. The vapor rnolecules exert a partial pressure in the space, known as vapor pressure. Since this phenomenon depends upon molecular activity, which is a function of temperature, the vapor pressure of a ven fluid depends upon temperature and increases with it.

When the pressure above a liquid equals the vapor pre'mure of 'the liquid, boiling occurs. Boiling of water, for example, may occur a t room temperature if the pressure is reduced sufficiently.

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At 68F water has a vapor pressure of 0; psi, and mercury has a vapor pressure of 0. Surface Tension. A t the interface between a liquid and a gas, ajilm, or special layer, seems to form on the liquid, apparently owing to the attraction of liquid molecules below the surface. It is a simple experiment to place a small needle on a quiet water surface and observe that it will be supported there by the film.

That property of the surface film to exert a tension is called the surface tension and is the force required to maintain unit length of the film i'n equilibrium. The surface tension of water varies from about 0. Surface tensions of other liquids are given in Table 1.

Capillary attraction is caused by surface tension and by the relative value of adhesion between liquid and solid to cohesion of the liquid. A liquid. The aption of surface tension in this case is to cause the liquid to rise within a small vertical tube that is partially immersed in it.The density of a substance is 2. By permission from "Hydraulics," by 1. What is the viscosity of gasoline a t F in poises? For liquids that do not wet the solid, surface tension tends to depress the meniscus in a small vertical tube.

TQ gain some idea about the compressibility of water, consider the applict3,tion of psi pressure t.

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