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Models of torpedoes are sometimes tested in a horizontal pipe of flowing water, much as a wind tunnel is used to test model airplanes. Consider a circular pipe of internal diameter 25.5 cm and a torpedo model, aligned along the axis of the pipe, with a diameter of 4.80 cm. The torpedo is to be tested with water flowing past it at 2.76 m/s. (a) With what speed must the water flow in the unconstricted part of the pipe? (b) Find the pressure difference between the constricted and unconstricted parts of the pipe.

Models of torpedoes are sometimes tested in a horizontal pipe of flowing water, much as a wind tunnel is used to test model airplanes. Consider a circular pipe of internal diameter 25.5 cm and a torpedo model, aligned along the axis of the pipe, with a diameter of 4.80 cm. The torpedo is to be tested with water flowing past it at 2.76 m/s. (a) With what speed must the water flow in the unconstricted part of the pipe? (b) Find the pressure difference between the constricted and unconstricted parts of the pipe.

Grade:upto college level

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Navjyot Kalra
askIITians Faculty 654 Points
6 years ago
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