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du r dp

2

Sol: Density of oil, = 876 kg/m3 r g sin C1

Dynamic viscosity of oil, = 0.24 kg/m.s dr 2 dx

Assumptions : du r dp C

The flow is steady and incompressible g sin 1

dr 2 dx r

The entrance effects are negligible and r dp

2

thus the flow is fully developed. u r g sin C1nr C 2

Neglect minor losses 4 dx

du

r+dr At, r 0 ; 0 C1 = 0

Px + dx

dr

Wsin At r = R , u = 0

r2

Px

R 2 dp

r

u r g sin 1 2

4 dx R

W

dr

u r rdr

2 R

R 2 0

Vavg

2 R R 2 dp r2

dx 2 g sin 1 2 rdr

r R 0 4 dx R

x

R

1 dp r r4

2

g sin

2

2 dx 2 4R 0

Wx = W sin

= g Velement sin 1 R 2 R 2 dp

g sin

Wx = g2r dr dx sin 2 2 4 dx

The force balance gives R 2 dp

g sin

(2rdrPx) (2rdrPx+dx) + (2rdxr) 8 dx

(2rdxr+dr) g(2rdrdx)sin = 0 D2

Vavg P gL sin

32L

Dividing the equation by (2drdx)

Volume flow rate, Q

P gL sin D 4

rdp dr 128L

gr sin 0

dx dr Case(ii)

du = 0 sin = 0

dr PD 4

Q

rdp d du 128L

r gr sin 0

dx dr dr P = P1 P2

d du dp = 135 88 = 47 kPa

r

r dr dr dx

g sin

47 103 1.5 10 2 4

d du r dp 128 0.24 15

r g sin Qhori = 1.62 105 m3/s

dr dr dx

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Quphill

47 103 876 9.8115 sin 8o 0.015

4 P1V = mA RT1

Where V in m3

128 0.24 15

5 3 And m = mass of air

Quphill = 110 m /s

PV

mA 1

(iii) for downhill flow with an inclination RT1

= 8o 0.7 10 3 3

19.884 kg

Qdownhill

4710 876 9.8115 sin 8 0.015

3 4

0.287 368

128 0.24 15 Similarly for Vessel B,

Qdownhill = 2.24 105 m3/s PV

Flow is driven by the combined effect of mB = mass of air in vessel B 2

RT2

pumping power and gravity.

0.35 10 3 3

Gravity opposes uphill flow, enhances 7.654kg

downhill flow and has no effect on horizontal 0.287 478

flow. Let Tf and Pf are the final temperature and

pressure after mixing the air of two vessel.

01(b).

From 1st law of thermodynamics

dQ = dU + dW

01(c). here dQ = 0, dW = 0

dU = 0 vinitial = vfinal

Sol:

A

mACvT1 + mBCvT2 = (mA + mB) Cv Tf

B

m T m B T2

Tf A 1

mA mB

3 m3 3 m3 19.884 368 7.654 478

398.574 K

19.884 7.654

Now applying,

Given data PfV = mRTf

Vessel A V = total volume = 3 + 3 = 6 m3

Initial pressure m = total mass = mA + mB = 27.538 kg

P1 = 0.7 MPa , T1 = 95oC = 95+273 = 368 K pf 6 = 27.538 0.287398.574

= Initial temperature pf = 0.525 MPa

Vessel B, From property relation

P2 = Initial pressure = 0.35 MPa

dH mR

T2 = Initial temperature ds dP kJ / K

= 205 + 273 = 478 K T P

2 dT 2 dP

PV = 0.287 T S mC p mR

1 T 1 P

P = in kPa

v = m3/kg Change in entropy of air of vessel A

T=K (Sf S1) = S1

Cp = 1.005 kJ/kg.K

Cv = 0.718 kJ/kg.K

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T P fLV 2

m A C p ln f m A 0.287 ln f hL

T1 P1 2gD

398.574 0.52502 0.018 4.5 2.12 2

19.8841.005ln 0.287 ln hL

368 0.7 2 9.81 0.6

hL = 0.031 m

P = WQhL

= 3.2364 kJ/K

= 9810 0.6 0.031

Change in entropy of air of Vessel B P = 182.466 W

(Sf S2) = S11

T P

m B C p ln f m B 0.287 ln f 01(e).

T2 P2

398.574 0.52502 02(a).

7.6541.005 ln 0.287 ln

478 0.35 Sol: Diameter of pipe 1, D1=D

= 2.2886 kJ/K

Diameter of pipe 2, D2=D

Total change in entropy = S1 + S11 Length of pipe, L1=L2=L

= 3.2364 2.2886 = 0.9478 kJ/K Total discharge = Q

Head loss due to friction when pipes

01(d). are in series = H

Head loss due to friction when pipes

Sol: d = 0.6 m , L = 4500 mm are in parallel = h

Q = 0.6 m3/sec , k = 0.48 mm

Ns

D/d = 2.25

10 3

m2

VD Case1: Pipes connected in parallel

Reynolds Number, R e L, D

A Q1 B

0.6 0.68 v Q

2 Q

4 Q2 C

V = 1.65 m/s

1000 2.12 0.68

Re

10 3 For parallel connection,

Re = 11.2 105 > 4000 Q = Q1 + Q2 and h = h1 = h2

Flow is turbulent

Where Q1 = discharge in pipe 1

1 R

2 log10 1.74 Q2 = discharge in pipe 2

f K

h1 = head loss in pipe 1

1 0.34

2 log10 3

1.74 h2 = head loss in pipe 2

f 0.48 10

f = 0.018 For pipe AB ,

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4fL1V1

2

Q 4Q Q 4Q

h= where, V1 = 1 12 V1 =

A D D 2

D2g D2

4

4Q

4fL 12 4Q

D 32fLQ1 -----(1)

2

V2 = 2

h= d

D 2g 2 D5 g

32fLQ 2 32fLQ 2

H 2 5 ---- (4)

Similarly: For pipe AC D g 2d 5 g

32fLQ22

h = h2 = -----(2) From equation 1

2d 5 g h 32fL

2 5

As h1 = h2 Q1 D g

2

2 2

32fLQ1 32fLQ From equation 2

2 5 2

D g d g

2 5

h 32fL

2 5

2 2

Q2 d g

2

Q1 Q

25

D 5

d Substituting the values in equation (4) we get

Q 1 D / d 5 = (2.25)5

2

Q2 h Q2 h

Q H

2 Q12 Q 22

2 2

Q1 H Q Q

7.5937

Q2 h Q1 Q 2

Q = Q1 + Q2 2 2

1 1

= 7.5937 Q2 + Q2 = 8.5937 Q2

0.8836 0.1163

Q2 = 0.1163 Q

H

Q1 = 1 0.1163Q = 0.8836Q 75.214

h

L, D

L, d Sol:

Q

V1 = 10 m/sec 2

Q V1 V2 1

P1= 5 bar

x= 1

v1 = 0.3749 m3/kg 15 cms

s1 = 6.8213 kJ/kg.K Tsurr =300K

two pipes and discharge Q is same for

both the pipes. P2 = 4.5 bar

2 2 x2 = 0.95

H=

4fLV1

4fLV2

D 2g d 2g

----- (3)

v 2 v f2 x 2 v g2 v f2

= 0.001088 + 0.95 (0.414 0.001088)

= 0.3933 m3/kg

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h 2 h f2 x 2 h g2 h f2 dQ = 52.29 kW

= 623.5 + 0.95 (2744 623.5) T = 400 K

S2 S1

dQ

= 2637.975 kJ/kg m Sgen

s 2 s f2 x 2 s g2 s f2 T

52.29

= 1.8207 + 0.95 (6.8565 1.8207) 0.4711 (6.6047 6.8213) + Sgen

= 6.6047 kJ/kg.K 400

2 0.10204 + 0.1307 = 0.0287 kW/K > 0

D V1

A1V1 4

m Entropy of production for control volume

v1 v1

and surroundings

0.152 10 Tsurr = 300 K

4 S2 S1

0.4714 kg / sec dQ

0.3749 m Sgen

T

A V 52.29

m 2 2 0.4711 (6.6047 6.8213) + Sgen

v2 300

0.10204 + 0.1743 = Sgen

0.152 V2

4 0.4714 kg / sec Sgen = 0.07226 kW/K > 0

0.3933

0.4711 0.3933 02(c).

V2 = 10.49 m/sec

0.15 2

Sol : S = 0.85 = 850 kg/m3

4 D = 0.15 m

Applying SFEE L = 1.22 km = 1220 m

V 2 dQ V 2 dW Q = 23 lps = 23 10-3 m3/sec

h1 1

m h2 2

m

2000 dt

2000 dt 0 = 65 % = 0.65

P = 10 h.P = 10 746 = 7460 watt

10 2 dQ 10.49 2

0.4711 2749 0.4711 2638 f = 64/Re

2000 dt

2000 =? Q = AV

23 10-3 = 0.15 V

2

10.49 2 10 2

0.4711 2638 2749

dQ 4

dt 2000 V = 1.3 m/sec

= 0.4711 (111 + 0.00502) = 52.29 kW O / P Fluid power

0

Entropy of production for control volume I / P Brake power

. g. Q. h f

1 2 0

B.P

850 9.81 23 10 3 h f

=0.4711

m 0.65

7460

hf = 25.28 m

S1= 6.8213 S2 = 6.6047

f .L.V 2

hf

2g D

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64 Tf

.L.V 2 (ds)II = mc ln

R T2

hf e

2g.D Tf Tf

(ds)mix =(ds)I+(ds)II=mc ln + c ln

1220 1.3

64 2 1

T T2

R

25.28 e Tf2

2 9.81 0.15 = mc ln =0

T1T2

Re = 1773.6 < 2000 ( Laminar Flow)

V.D Tf2

1773.6 ln =0

T1T2

1.3 0.15

= 1773.6 Tf2 T1T2

= 1.086 10-4 m2/sec Tf = T1T2

= 1.086 cm2/sec Wmax = c (T1 + T2 2Tf)

= 1.086 stoke say 1.1 stoke

= c (T1 + T2 2 T1T2 )

03(a).

=c T1 T2 2

Sol:

Body

T1 Tf 03(b).

Assumptions :

W = Q1Q2 Fully developed flow

E

Steady flow

Q2 = c (Tf T2)

(2r)dx

Body

Pr 2

p 2

T2 Tf P dx r

x

c Heat capacity dx

W = Q1 Q2

Fx = 0

= c (T1Tf) c (Tf T2) p

Pr 2 P dx r 2 2rdx 0

= c (T1 + T2 2Tf) x

p

For work to be maximum the engine has to dxr 2 2rdx

x

be reversible, for condition of reversibility

p r

entropy change of universe must be zero.

x 2

Tf

(ds)I = mc ln At the wall, =0 at r = R

T1

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P2 P1 D 1 03(c).

0

x 2 x1 2 2 Sol:

= 106 m2/s = 1000 kg/m3

0

D

P1 P2 VD VD

4L Re

We know,

P1 P2 Q = AV

hL

g

50 10 3 0.1 V

2

fLV 2 4

hL 0.05 = 0.0078 V

D2g

P1 P2 = ghL V = 6.36 m/s

6.36 0.1

gfLV 2 Re

P1 P2 10 6

2gD Re = 636000

D fLV 2 As Re > 4000

0

4L 2D The flow is turbulent

fV 2

0 1. Friction Factor

8 1 R

64 64 2 log10 1.74

Friction factor, f f K

Re VD

1 0.05

V 2 64 2 log10 1.74

0 f 0.00015

8 VD 1

8V 6.785

0 f

D f = 0.0217

0 will be maximum when V is maximum for

given and D. fV 2 1000 0.0217 6.362

VD 2. 0

Reynolds number, Re 8 8

N

Remax = 2000 0 109.6 2

m

VD

2000

3. shear velocity .

2000

V u* 0

D

8 2000

0 109.6

D D = 0.33 m/sec

1000

16000 2

0

D 2

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Hot Spring coefficient appropriate to this ReL = 9106

Sol:

is

Q1 0.074 1700

C Df 1 / 5

Re L Re L

system 0.074 1700

H.E

W

9.00 10 6 1/ 5 9.00 10 6

= 2.82 10 3

U 2

Large lake FDf C Df area

T2 2

Given data : 9983

2

3

T1 = hot spring water temperature 2.82 10 3.5

= 56oC = 56 + 273 = 329 K 2

T2 = Lake water temperature = 44.3 N

= 14oC = 14 + 273 = 287 K Total measured drag

Q = rate of flowing of hotspring water = skin friction drag + wave drag

= 0.1 m3/min 70.0 = 44.3 + FDW

Wave drag , FDW = 70.0 44.3 = 25.7 N

m = mass of flow = Q

04(c).

0.1 1000

kg / s Sol: Given :

60 Atmospheric pressure, Pa = 760 mm of Hg

= density of water = 1000 kg/m3 Atmospheric temperature, Ta = 250C,

Heat transfer, Q = 0

h 1 h 2 T0 S 2 S1

dw m Internal energy of air, u = u0 + 0.718t

T PV = 0.287 (tf + 273)

m CT1 T2 T0 C ln 2 Assumption :

T1 (i) The bottle is stationary and thus kinetic

0.1 1000 4.2

56 14 287 ln 287 energy and potential energy changes are

60 329 zero.

= 19.62 kW (ii) There is no heat transfer

04(b). (iii) There are no boundary work involved.

considered as an equivalent flat plate 3.0 m mmin mout = msystem

long and having a surface area of 3.50 m2. mi me = m2 m1 in

Reynolds number where i = inlet, e = exit,

UL 1 = initial state

Re L

2 = final state of control volume

3.0 3.0 Here, initially evacuated m1 = 0

6

9 106 and no mass leaves control volume

1.0 10

me = 0

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mi = m2 -------------- (1)

1 1

Energy balance :

Ein Eout = E system

Qin Win mh Q out Wout mh

in out

m 2 u 2 m1u1 system

mihi = m2u2 ------- (2) 2 2

from (1) and (2) After

hi = u2 Cooling water cooling

Internal energy is given as inlet inlet

U2 = U0 + 0.718t Pa, Ta

U2 = U0 + 0.718t2 3 3

= U0 + 0.718 t2

1

U2 = U0 + 0.718t2 p

hi = u + PV T2 T1 2

ua + (PV)a p1

0.4

= U0 + 0.287 (25 + 273) + 0.718 25

5.5 1.4

Pv 0.287t 273 288 468.73K

hi = u0 + 85.526 + 17.95 1

T T

= u0 + 103.476 n = 0.75 2 1

hi = u2 T2 T1

u0 + 103.476 = u0 + 0.718t2 T T

T2 T1 2 1 240.973 K

t2 = 144.20C 0.75

05.(a) T2 = 528.973 K

Sol:

Given data,

(a) Power required to drive the compressor

Inlet conditions, pressure = 1 bar = p,

=m h 2 h 1

Temperature = 15oC = 15 + 273 = 288 K =

T1 = 0.01 (T2 T1) Cp

Outlet conditions, pressure = 5.5 bar = p2 = 0.01 240.973 1.005 = 2.42 kW

m = mass flow rate = 0.01 kg/s T

n = efficiency of compressor = 0.75 5.5 bar

2

T3 = temperature after cooler = 40oC 2

= 40+ 273 = 313 K 3

Now from adiabatic process 1 bar

1

s

(b) Rate of irreversibility = T0(S)universe

Where, (S)universe = (S)compressor +

(S)aftercooler + (S)atmosphere

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T2 P2 05(c).

C p ln R ln Sol: Assume width of the boundary layers be a.

T1 P1

m

Then momentum flux is

C p ln T3 C P 528.973 313

u

2

T A u u a dy U a d

2

2 288

U

Rate of irreversibility Where = y /

528.973 5.5 u

1.005 ln 288 0.287 ln 1 For laminar flow, 2 2

U

T0 m

313 528.973 313

1

1.005 ln Cp A lam U a lam 42 43 4 d

2

528.973 288 0

= 1.0 kW 1

4 5

U a lam 3 4

2

05(b). 3 5 0

8

Sol: Governing equation : U 2 a lam

d 2 u dp 15

2 For 1/7th power law turbulent profile,

dy dx

u

1 dp 2 1 / 7

u y C1 y C 2 U

2 dx

1

A turb U 2 a turb 1 / 7 d

2

At y = 0 , u= U , C2 = U

At y = b, u = 0, which yields 0

1 dp 2 1

0 b C1b U U 2 a turb 2 / 7 d

2 dx

0

U 1 dp

C1 b 7

1

b 2 dx U 2 a turb 9 / 7

9 0

u

1 dp 2

2 dx

y by U 1

y

7

U 2 a turb

b

9

Now,

1 dp 2 y

b b Comparing the momentum fluxes,

Q udy y by U 1 dy turb 72

0 0

2 dx b

lam 105

1 dp 3 Ub

or Q b It is to be noted that generally the turbulent

12 dx 2

boundary layer grows faster than the laminar

For Q=0, with = 4.7 104 Ns/m2 boundary layer when a completely turbulent

dp 6 U flow is considered from the leading edge.

2

dx b However the present result is valid at

6 0.3 4.7 10 4 transition for a constant momentum flux.

94.0 N / m 2 .m

0.003 2

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