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Everthing and more is moved to my new site:

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Henk Massink

Everthing and more is moved to my new site:

http://henkmassink.nl/fd/

Henk Massink

Closed visit my new website http://henkmassink.nl/fd/

Everthing and more is moved to my new site:

http://henkmassink.nl/fd/

Henk Massink

I use this list for building my formulas in html on this site

g = Earths gravity= 9,81 [m/s^{2}]

y = Pressure Head [m]

^{3}]

r saltwater = 1025 [kg/m^{3}]

p = Pressure [Pa=N/m^{2}]

DH_{1-2 }= Head losses [m]

F = Newton Force [N]

A = Area on which the force acts [m^{2}]

A = Wetted Area [m^{2}]

A = Wetted Area [m

Q = Discharge/ flow rate [m^{3}/s]

u = Velocity [m/s]

v = Mean velocity [m/s]

v = Mean velocity [m/s]

V_{1} = Mean velocity before [m/s]

V_{2} = Mean velocity after [m/s]

m = Weight [Kg]

g = Earths gravity= 9,81 [m/s

y = Pressure Head [m]

z = Potential Head [m]

u^{2}

— = Velocity Head [m]

2·g

D = Hydraulic Diameter = 4·R [m]

R = Hydraulic Radius = D/4 [m]

u = Kinematic viscosity [m^{2}/s]

u water 20°C = 1,00·10^{-6 }[m^{2}/s]

m = Absolute viscosity [kg/ms]

m water 20°C = 1,00·10^{-3 }[kg/ms]

m water 20°C = 1,00·10

r = Density of liquid [kg/m^{3}]

r fresh water = 1000 [kg/mr saltwater = 1025 [kg/m

p = Pressure [Pa=N/m

b = Width orifice [m]

h_{1} = Pressure at top orifice [m]

h_{2} = Pressure at bottom orifice [m]

C_{v} = Velocity coefficient (0,97-0,99) [1]

C_{c} = Contraction coefficient (0,61-0,66)[1]

h = Pressure just before orifice [m]

S_{f} = Slope hydraulic gradient caused by friction [1]

k_{s} = Surface roughness [m]

h_{f} = Frictional head loss [m]

L = Length [m]

h

L = Length [m]

Khan Academy has some web lectures on fluid (12 parts)

http://www.khanacademy.org/search?page_search_query=fluid

They are all useful for the course Fluid Dynamics

http://www.khanacademy.org/search?page_search_query=fluid

They are all useful for the course Fluid Dynamics

This channel contains a list of 40 web lectures on Fluid Mechanics!!!!!!!

Web lectures Fluid Mechanics

I have added the video's which a related to the course Fluid Dynamics from the Delta Academy

Web lectures Fluid Mechanics

I have added the video's which a related to the course Fluid Dynamics from the Delta Academy

Short video about the boundary layer

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