By P D Smith (Auth.)
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26) where 2th * theoretical discharge through the meter when a head H is registered by the manometer. (5) After appropriate output headings have been printed (here, for theoretical discharge, actual discharge, discharge coefficient and Reynolds number), at lines 270-290 the loop between lines 300 and 360 is used to operate on each set of data in turn to evaluate theoretical discharge Q(I) for a given head H(I), actual discharge F(I) from the water collection data, discharge coefficient C(I) as the ratio of actual to theoretical discharge and Reynolds number N(I) based on flow con ditions in the inlet pipe.
300 FOR 1=1 TO N 310 Q(I)=C*SQR(H?
27) where P, p and T are gas pressure, density and temperature respectively and R is the gas constant, the density of the air in the experiment is calculated at line 180 and printed at line 190. (4) The remark REM at line 200 indicates that the Sutherland formula for the evaluation of dynamic viscosity of the air (a quantity which is temperature dependent) is to be used at line 220, the result being printed at line 230. (5) Following the printout of the required headings the loop between lines 280 and 340 evaluates drag coefficient and Reynolds number for the N sets of data.
Basic Hydraulics by P D Smith (Auth.)