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95a. 9 A viscous fluid flows through a pipe with slightly porous walls so that there is a leakage of kP, where P is the local pressure measured above the discharge pressure and k is a constant. After a length l, the liquid is discharged into a tank. 5 Assume a fully developed flow with R/ u2 D 8 Re 1 . 15 m diameter to storage tanks situated 100 m away. The pressure drop along the pipe is 70 kN/m2 . The pipeline has to be repaired and it is necessary to pump the liquid by an alternative route consisting of 70 m of 200 mm pipe followed by 50 m of 100 mm pipe.

Taking the first and the last entries in the table, it is seen that when the flowrate increases from 1 ð 10 7 to 1 ð 10 4 m3 /s, that is by a factor of 1000, the pressure difference increases from 1 ð 103 to 1 ð 105 N/m2 that is by a factor of only 100. In this way, the fluid appears to be shear-thinning and the simplest model, the power-law model, will be tried. 5 which is constant over the entire range of the experimental data. 5 Q (m3/s) 10−5 10−6 10−7 103 104 105 106 −∆P (N/m ) 2 Figure 3e.

Water, of viscosity 1 mNs/m2 flowing through the pipe at the same mean velocity gives rise to a pressure drop of 104 N/m2 compared with 105 N/m2 for the non-Newtonian fluid. What is the consistency (“k” value) of the non-Newtonian fluid? 083 P D 104 N/m2 and u D 1 m/s and k D . 39 Two liquids of equal densities, the one Newtonian and the other a non-Newtonian “powerlaw” fluid, flow at equal volumetric rates down two wide vertical surfaces of the same widths. 01 s 1 . 125 times that of the non-Newtonian fluid.