Solutions to HW#11 SP07

... For the configuration shown below, the fluid is ethyl alcohol and the tanks are very wide. ...

... For the configuration shown below, the fluid is ethyl alcohol and the tanks are very wide. ...

midterm-closedpart - Civil, Environmental and Architectural

... 1.When a small bore vertical glass tube is placed into the free water surface - the water rises into the tube. What is this phenomenon known as? And what is the primary force that is involved in this phenomenon? ...

... 1.When a small bore vertical glass tube is placed into the free water surface - the water rises into the tube. What is this phenomenon known as? And what is the primary force that is involved in this phenomenon? ...

Water Movement

... • At larger spatial scales flow is often turbulent. Eddies may form. Solute diffusion becomes dominated by eddy transport for water parcels, not solely molecular diffusion. • At smaller spatial scales flow is more often laminar, due to the viscous force dampening turbulence. • Flow across a surface ...

... • At larger spatial scales flow is often turbulent. Eddies may form. Solute diffusion becomes dominated by eddy transport for water parcels, not solely molecular diffusion. • At smaller spatial scales flow is more often laminar, due to the viscous force dampening turbulence. • Flow across a surface ...

White FM, “Viscous Fluid Flow”

... to remove swirl and other transverse (secondary) velocities. One element can be idealized as a box with thin sides as shown in Fig. 1. Using laminar flat-plate theory, derive a formula for the pressure loss ∆p across an N × N bundle of such boxes, and apply it to compute ∆p, if the dimension of each ...

... to remove swirl and other transverse (secondary) velocities. One element can be idealized as a box with thin sides as shown in Fig. 1. Using laminar flat-plate theory, derive a formula for the pressure loss ∆p across an N × N bundle of such boxes, and apply it to compute ∆p, if the dimension of each ...

The flow meter to be used in the _____ project is a device that

... The flow meter to be used in the _____ project is a device that measures the flow velocity in the center of a pipe and uses knowledge of the expected velocity profile across the pipe to determine the total flow rate through the pipe from this point measurement. Presumably the sensor estimates the ve ...

... The flow meter to be used in the _____ project is a device that measures the flow velocity in the center of a pipe and uses knowledge of the expected velocity profile across the pipe to determine the total flow rate through the pipe from this point measurement. Presumably the sensor estimates the ve ...

ME 750A: Spring 2005 HW Due on Wednesday, March 9

... ME 750A: Spring 2005 HW Due on Wednesday, March 9 1. It has been suggested that the velocity field near the core of a tornado may be approximated by V = – er (q/r) + e (K/r). Does this represent incompressible flow? Is this an irrotational flow? [FM 5.16, 5.78] 2. An incompressible fluid of negligi ...

... ME 750A: Spring 2005 HW Due on Wednesday, March 9 1. It has been suggested that the velocity field near the core of a tornado may be approximated by V = – er (q/r) + e (K/r). Does this represent incompressible flow? Is this an irrotational flow? [FM 5.16, 5.78] 2. An incompressible fluid of negligi ...

Sample problems

... channel shown in Fig.2.2. The flow is in steady state. The entrance of the pipe has a height of H1=2m and the outlet has H2=4m. The velocity is uniform (u1 = 1m/s) at inlet. The flow at outlet is laminar and fully developed. Ignore gravity in this problem. (a) Write down the Navier-Stokes equation f ...

... channel shown in Fig.2.2. The flow is in steady state. The entrance of the pipe has a height of H1=2m and the outlet has H2=4m. The velocity is uniform (u1 = 1m/s) at inlet. The flow at outlet is laminar and fully developed. Ignore gravity in this problem. (a) Write down the Navier-Stokes equation f ...

Homework #2

... 1. (5)A fluid is flowing with a mass flow rate in a smooth horizontal pipe of length L and diameter D as the result of a pressure difference between the inlet pressure and outlet pressure, which is 0.1bar. ...

... 1. (5)A fluid is flowing with a mass flow rate in a smooth horizontal pipe of length L and diameter D as the result of a pressure difference between the inlet pressure and outlet pressure, which is 0.1bar. ...

Induced electric current in the ocean

... Induced electric current in the ocean A fluid flows with uniform velocity v in the presence of a constant and uniform magnetic field B perpendicular to v. The fluid has an electrical conductivity σ. a) Find the electric current density J induced in the fluid. b) Give a numerical estimate of |J| for ...

... Induced electric current in the ocean A fluid flows with uniform velocity v in the presence of a constant and uniform magnetic field B perpendicular to v. The fluid has an electrical conductivity σ. a) Find the electric current density J induced in the fluid. b) Give a numerical estimate of |J| for ...