# An oil of specific gravity 0.8 is flowing through a venturimeter with inlet diameter of 325 mm and throat diameter of 225 mm. A differential manometer connected to the inlet and throat of the venturimeter gives a difference in the reading of 22 cm of mercury. Take coefficient of discharge of the venturimeter (Cd) as 0.96. find : 1_ Inlet area of the Venturimeter 2_Throat area of the Venturimer (in m2) 3_Differential pressure head 'h', (in m of oil) 4_Discharge of oil through Venturimeter (in m3/s 5_Discharge of oil through Venturimeter (in Litre/s)

Question-AnswerCategory: Fluid MechanicsAn oil of specific gravity 0.8 is flowing through a venturimeter with inlet diameter of 325 mm and throat diameter of 225 mm. A differential manometer connected to the inlet and throat of the venturimeter gives a difference in the reading of 22 cm of mercury. Take coefficient of discharge of the venturimeter (Cd) as 0.96. find : 1_ Inlet area of the Venturimeter 2_Throat area of the Venturimer (in m2) 3_Differential pressure head 'h', (in m of oil) 4_Discharge of oil through Venturimeter (in m3/s 5_Discharge of oil through Venturimeter (in Litre/s)

An oil of specific gravity 0.8 is flowing through a venturimeter with inlet diameter of 325 mm and throat diameter of 225 mm. A differential manometer connected to the inlet and throat of the venturimeter gives a difference in the reading of 22 cm of mercury.
Take coefficient of discharge of the venturimeter (Cd) as 0.96.
find :
1_ Inlet area of the Venturimeter
2_Throat area of the Venturimer (in m2)
3_Differential pressure head ‘h’, (in m of oil)
4_Discharge of oil through Venturimeter (in m3/s
5_Discharge of oil through Venturimeter (in Litre/s)