# Classical Mechanics Problem

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The pump shown in the figure (please see the attachment for it) creates a flow such that V = 15 m/s. Predict the pressure at the gage assuming an inviscid and uniform flow at the gage. Use a streamline starting at :

a. Point A

b. Point B

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Bernoulli's theorem can be stated in different ways

1. If we consider energy of a mass m of the fluid, having volume V and flow velocity v at height h, we can write

PV + m g h + (1/2) mv^2 = constant (for all points).

2. If the energy per unit volume is considered then the same equation is written as P + ? g h + (1/2) ?v^2 = constant; (dividing equation 1. by V) where ? is the density of the fluid, and

3. If the pressure and velocity is measured in terms of height (heads) then ...

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