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Practical Assignment: Fluid mechanics, 2014.

Heron’s fountain



Often called the magic fountain, Herons Fountain may look like an example of perpetual motion machine;

Your task is to explain how the water ends up at a higher height than it begins.

How the marks will be awarded:

8 marks will be awarded for this task.

  1. Who was the person who first came up with the device which appeared to raise water to a greater height without any energy input? [2marks]
  2. Labelled diagram Which fully explains how a ‘Herons Fountain works [4marks]
  3. Worked example predicting the height increase with known fluid/pipe diameters [2marks]

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