9.60 Write a computer program that models the nozzle described in Prob. 6.59. Apply your computer program to solve Probs. 6.59 and 6.15 and compare answers! PROBLEMS 6,58, 6.59, 6.60 6.59 Water at 15Â°C flows through a nozzle that contracts from a diameter of 10 cm to 2 cm. The exit speed is v2 = 25 m/s, and atmospheric pressure prevails at the exit of the jet. Calculate the pressure at section 1 and the force required to hold the nozzle stationary. Neglect weight. 9.60 Write a computer program that models the nozzle described in Prob. 6.59. Apply your computer program to solve Probs. 6.59 and 6.15 and compare answers PROBLEMS 6.58, 6.59, 6,60 6.15 A tank of water (15Â°C) with a total weight of 200 N (water plus the container) is suspended by a vertical cable. Pressurized air drives a water jet (d = 12 mm) out the bottom of the tank such that the tension in the vertical cable is 10 N. If H-425 mm, find the required air pressure in units of atmospheres (gage). Assume the flow of water is irrotational
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