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Fluid Dynamics Lab
Zach Clark
Matthes
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Travis Koenig

Purpose
The purpose of this la is to find the distance the water travels from its container when it is initially released through kinematics as well as field procedure and to compare the results.
Hypothesis
I hypothesize that the results I gather from my field procedure will match my kinematics results with an error margin of no more than 20 percent.
Procedure
1. To perform this lab you must have a jug of water with a spout at the bottom and a hole on the top, a meter stick, a tub, and a stop watch. 2. Place the jug on a table 3. Using your meter stick, measure the height of the waterline from the base of the jug(H). Then measure the height of the Base of the jug from the ground(Y). 4. Find the Presure of the water in the jug by using the formula P= ρgH 5. Using the equation P =.5ρv2 you can find V by changing it to V= SQRT(2gH) 6. You can then find the time by using the equation T=SQRT(2*(y/9.8) 7. Now you can find your horizontal displacement (X) by using the equation x=vt 8. Now you must execute the field procedure by first laying a meter stick on the ground starting from the base of the table. Place a plastic tub around the point of calculated displacement. 9. Release the water from the spout and clock the time it takes from release till impact. 10. Compare your results
Reference

Data Tables height | pressure | y | velocity | time | x | 0.23 | 2254 | 0.99 | 2.123205 | 0.44949 | 0.954358 | 0.207 | 2028.6 | 0.99 | 2.014249 | 0.44949 | 0.905384 | 0.184 | 1803.2 | 0.99 | 1.899052 | 0.44949 | 0.853604 | 0.161 | 1577.8 | 0.99 | 1.776401 | 0.44949 | 0.798474 | 0.138 | 1352.4 | 0.99 | 1.644628 | 0.44949 | 0.739243 | 0.115 | 1127 | 0.99 | 1.501333 | 0.44949 | 0.674833 | 0.092 | 901.6 | 0.99 | 1.342833 | 0.44949 | 0.603589 | 0.069 | 676.2 |…...

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