311hw1 - ( M, L, T ) and do not add g c . Then you have 6...

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Michigan State University DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ChE 311: Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer Fall, 2007 Homework #1, Due Friday, Sept7 at the beginning of class 1. In the previous class (8/29) we studied the ‘Dimensional Analysis’ for a pipe fluid flow using Buckingham Pi theorem. In the analysis we used force ( F ) as a fundamental dimension and we added g c to the variable list. This time use the force ( F ) in terms of other fundamental dimensions
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Unformatted text preview: ( M, L, T ) and do not add g c . Then you have 6 variables and 3 dimensions. Do the same dimensional analysis as we did in the class using Bucking Pi theorem. 2. Problem 1.3 (b) and (c) [(a) was solved in the class] in the textbook (page 25) 3. Problem 1.4 in the textbook (page 26) 4. Problem 1.14 in the textbook (page 27) 5. Problem 2.2 in the textbook (page 42) 6. Problem 2.8 in the textbook (page 43)...
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2008 for the course CHE 311 taught by Professor Ilsoonlee during the Fall '07 term at Michigan State University.

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