Ch. 9 Fluid Mechanics. pgs. 317 - 342. Fluid Flow. When a fluid is in motion, the flow can be described in two ways Laminar (Streamline) – every particle moves along the same smooth path traveled by earlier particles
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Ch. 9Fluid Mechanics
pgs. 317 - 342
words when a fluid flows,
mass is conserved.
A water tank has a spigot near its bottom. If the top of the tank is open to the atmosphere, determine the speed at which the water leaves the spigot when the water level is 0.500 m above the spigot.