# Fluid Flow

Fluid flow is a fundamental concept in physics and engineering, encompassing the study of how liquids and gases move through various mediums. From the flow of water in rivers to the dynamics of air currents in aerospace applications, understanding fluid flow is essential for a wide range of industries and disciplines. This introductory paragraph sets the stage for delving into the intricacies of fluid mechanics, exploring the principles governing flow behavior, and examining its practical implications in real-world scenarios.

Questions

- How do you measure fluid flow?
- What force can be felt when you put your hand out the window of a moving car?
- How does density affect fluid flow?
- How does changing the speed of a fluid affect its pressure?
- Water squirts from a syringe at a speed of 35 m/s. the diameter of the opening is .004 centimeters. what is the pressure difference in pascals between the water inside the syringe and the air outside? (assuming the syringe is horizontal and that the velocity inside is zero)
- What are some examples of fluid flow?
- Blood squirts from a syringe at a speed of 5 m/s. the diameter of the needle opening is .002 centimeters. what is the pressure difference between the blood inside the syringe and the air outside? (assuming the syringe is horizontal and that the velocity inside is zero)
- If you shot a bullet at water, is there an angle at which the bullet would bounce off instead of just go through?
- If liquid pressure was the same at all depths, would there be a buoyant force on an object submerged in the liquid?
- What is an example of a fluid flow practice problem?
- Why is fluid flow important in the food industry?
- An airplane has a mass of 18,000 kilograms, and the total wing is 50 m2. during level flight, the pressure on the lower wing surface is 5.25 x 104 pa. what is the pressure on the upper wing surface?
- What do you call the transfer of thermal energy when particles of a fluid move from one place to another?
- The water supply of a 36-story building is fed through a main 8-centimeter diameter pipe. a 1.6-centimeter diameter faucet tap located 22 meters above the main pipe is observed to fill a 30-liter container in 20 seconds. what is the speed at which the water leaves the faucet?
- Water flows through a fire hose of diameter 6.40 cm at a speed of 5.9 m/s. Find the flow rate of the fire hose in L/min?
- Which force in fluids described by Archimedes principle allows objects to float?
- Water flows through a fire hose of diameter 6.35 centimeters at a rate of 0.012 m3/s. the fire hose ends in a nozzle of inner diameter 2.2 centimeters. what is the velocity with which the water exits the nozzle?
- What does resistance of a fluid flow depend on?
- A rectangular tank is filled to the brim with water. When a hole at its bottom is unplugged, the tank is emptied in time T. How long will it take to empty the tank if it is half filled?
- How do you measure fluid flow?