Liquid flows out of a hole in the bottom of a tank as in Fig. P799. Consider the case in
Liquid flows out of a hole in the bottom of a tank as in Fig. P7–99. Consider the case in which the hole is very small compared to the tank (d ≪ D). Experiments reveal that average jet velocity V is nearly independent of d, D, ρ, or μ. In fact, for a wide range of these parameters, it turns out that V depends only on liquid surface height h and gravitational acceleration g. If the liquid surface height is doubled, all else being equal, by what factor will the average jet velocity increase?
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