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Exam‘lq, Spring 2008 _ Please circle your section!
There are 5 problems on this exam: Problem 1: 28 points
Problem 2: 24 points
Problem 3: Q points ’25
Problem 4: 21 points
Problem 5: 25 points By signing below I agree to abide by the following honor code: As a member of the Northwestern community, I will not take unfair advantage of any other
member of the Northwestern community. I speciﬁcally agree not to reveal to any other student the contents of this exam. I will also remember to provide UNITS on my answers Signature: Date: At the end of the exam, please use the big magic marker to write the ﬁrst four letters of your last
name in the four boxes below as you sign out. Thanks. Exam 9 2008 page 2 of 8 Problem 1. Parts A through G are each worth 2 points:
(A) WhatFare the dimensions of pressure in terms of kilograms, meters, and econds?
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rate of angular deformation) are designated as Newtonian ﬂuids. What are the dimensions of shearing stress in terms of kilograms, meters, and seconds?
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152’ (F) If F is force (Newtons) and x is position (meters), What are the kilograms, meters, and seconds? (L8 M ( F§
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description of the ﬂow will be from a s s.“ cu») point of View, whereas if you follow the
motion of a single particle within a ﬂuid ﬂow, your description of the ﬂow will be from a 351 ‘8 Q! 53 gm : ,_. point of view. Circle true or false (1 point each) ions of dF/dx in terms of (H) In uniform ﬂow, the velocity at every point in the ﬂuid is necessarily the same  «(1‘3 F (1) Uniform ﬂow is never accelerating, either in space or in time.   T (J) In steady ﬂow, the velocity at every point in the fluid is necessarily the same. ——————— —— T E)
(K) If a ﬂuid is incompressible, it is necessarily Newtonian  — T (L) The pressure at any point in a moving, Viscous ﬂuid isthe same in all
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distance h above the ground. Assume that the water does not lose any speed during its collision with the
ground. Find the force (magnitude and direction) that the water exerts on the ground in terms of V0, A0,
h, g, p, and 8. Warning: There will be little or no partial credit given on this problem
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density unless otherwise stated. Each part is three points each, NO PARTIAL CREDIT 3 This was cweéA 4m WSVJV '
(A) Write the Reynolds Transport Theorem: DES 9 ' l 1 ﬂ E8 M) :99” + S filo (wag M: DJ: , C i
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only in the zdirection, write out all components of the conservation of momentum equation in differential form. Be very clear to indicate which terms contain partial derivatives and which
terms contain full derivatives. Also be sure to clearly indicate which component is which. We cannot give you credit unless your answers are clear! 1 (C ) (9 points) Being sure that your answer to (B) is still legible, go through and cross out all
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 Cartesian Coordinate System, René Descartes, steady flow, Differential form, BME Class

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