A pipe 250 mm dia, 4000 m long with f = 0.021 discharges water from a reservoir at a level 5.2 m below the water reservoir level. Determine the rate of discharge.

Figure 5.13 shows a single-stage turbine and its map.The cruise-operation point of the turbine is defined as follows: Inlet total pressure = 8.5 bars Inlet total temperature = 1020 K Total-to-total (isentropic) efficiency = 81% Specific shaft work produced = 200 kJ/kg Rotor-inlet relative flow

A pump takes in water from a level 5 m below its centre line and delivers it at a height of 30 m above the centre line, the rate of flow being 3 m³/hr. The diameter of the pipe line allthrough is 50 mm (ID). The fittings introduce losses equal to 10 m length of pipe in addition to the actual length

A person borrows $5000 for 3 years, to be repaid in 36 equal monthly installments. The interest rate is 10% per year, compounded continuously. How much money must be repaid at the end of each month?

Determine the force exerted by sea water (sp. gravity = 1.025) on the curved portion AB of an oil tanker as shown in Fig. Ex. 3.8. Also determine the direction of action of the force.

In Problem 4.11, suppose that Mrs. Carter deposits $100 a month during the first year, $110 a month during the second year, $120 a month during the third year, etc. How much will have accumulated at the end of 5 years if the interest rate is 6% per year, compounded monthly?

Determine the magnitude and direction of the resultant force due to water on a quadrant shaped cylindrical gate as shown in Fig. Ex. 3.9. Check whether the resultant passes through the centre.

Determine the molar mass of each empirical formula. The molar mass of each compound divided by its empirical formula mass gives the number of times the empirical formula is within the molecule. Multiply the empirical formula by the number of times the empirical formula appears to get the molecular

A user-defined function for solving a first-order ODE using the fourthorder Runge-Kutta method. Write a user-defined MATLAB function that solves a first-order ODE using the classical fourthorder Runge-Kutta method. Name the function [x, y] =odeRK4 (ODE, a, b, h), where ODE is the name of a