# Consider an airplane flying with a velocity of 60 at a standard altitude of 3 km. At a point on the wing, the airflow velocity is 70 . Calculate the pressure at this point.

1. Consider the incompressible flow of water through a divergent duct. The inlet velocity and area are 5 and 10 ft2, respectively. If the exit area is 4 times the inlet area, calculate the water flow velocity at the exit. 2. In Prob. 4.1, calculate the pressure difference between the exit and the inlet. The density of water is 62.4 lb./ft3. Prob. 4.1 Consider the incompressible flow of water through a divergent duct. The inlet velocity and area are 5 and 10 ft2, respectively. If the exit area is 4 times the inlet area, calculate the water flow velocity at the exit. 3. Consider an airplane flying with a velocity of 60 at a standard altitude of 3 km. At a point on the wing, the airflow velocity is 70 . Calculate the pressure at this point. Assume incompressible flow.

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