Question: 5 for laminar flow condition what size of pipe will...
5. For laminar flow condition, what size of pipe will deliver 6 liter per second of oil having kinematic viscosity of 6.1x10-6 m2/s?
6. A fluid at 0.001 m3/s through a 100-mm-diameter pipe. Determine whether the flow is laminar or turbulent if the fluid is (a) hydrogen (v=1.08x10-4m2/s), (b) air (v=1.51x10-5m2/s), (c) gasoline (v=4.06x10-7m2/s), (d) water (v=1.02x10-6m2/s), (e) mercury (v=1.15x10-7m2/s), or glycerin (v=1.18x-3m2/s)
7. Which fluid at room temperature requires a larger pump to flow at a specific velocity in a given pipe: water, gasoline, or glycerin? Why?