FLUID MECHANICS

Air under standard conditions flows through a 5.0 mm-diameter drawn tubing with
an average velocity of V = 55 m/s. Assume that the tube is smooth, the air is
incompressible and no shear stress occur in the tube. Determine
i. the pressure drop in 0.1 m section of the tube using Colebrook formula,
ii. the pressure drop in 0.1 m section of the tube using Moody chart. Compare
the difference of both analyses.

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