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# Fluid Mechanic

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• Essay length: 2835 words
• Submitted: 17/02/2009
University Degree Engineering

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Fluid Mechanics Individual Experiment

Lab Report

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Lab Session Date: 16th November

Contents

Report Sections

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Introduction

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Background/Theory

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Apparatus

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Experimental Procedure

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Diagram

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Raw Results

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Calculation

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Analysed Results

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Discussion

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References

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Introduction

The task for this experiment was to assess and measure the mass flow rate of air using a Pitot tube and a Venturi tube. Also to comment upon and draw conclusion from any differences between these the values calculated which should be similar. Firstly the points 1 and 2 [figure 1] which lie on varying size channel will enable us to measure the mass flow rate of air where the density of the fluid remains constant and the system consists of negligible friction or even no friction. In this experiment, the aim is to understand if there will be a difference in mass flow rate before and after a decreasing radius.

The experiment will take place in two different steps on the same machine; firstly

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