Posted by **Rebecca** on Wednesday, December 2, 2009 at 8:02pm.

Alcohol flows smoothly through a horizontal pipe that tapers in cross-sectional area from A1 = 41.9 cm2 to A2= A1/3. The pressure difference Äp between the wide and the narrow sections of the pipe is 11.1 kPa. What is the volume flow rate ÄV/Ät of the alcohol? The density of the alcohol is ñ = 838 kg/m3. Hint: Treat as an ideal fluid. You will need both the conservation of mass properties and the conservation of energy properties.

i currently have..

V1=[V2(0.1397m^2)]/(o.419m^2)

not sure how to apply the conservation of energy properties..any help is greatly appreciated.

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