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Test2: TP: 2 Hours: Nurul_hasan@petronas.com.my 1. Two immiscible fluids are flowing in a horizontal pipe as shown in FIGURE Q1 . I and II refer to fluid 1 and fluid 2 respectively. Using the shell balance , FIGURE Q1 : Liquid film test on a building wall x a. Derive velocity profile as a function of -coordinate (radius). [ 1 2 m a r k s ] b. Derive expression for the zero shear stress. Is it same as shown in the figure? [8 marks]
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Test2: TP: 2 Hours: Nurul_hasan@petronas.com.my 2. An incompressible Newtonian fluid (oil) flows in a narrow slit formed by two parallel walls with a distance of B 2 apart as shown in FIGURE Q2 FIGURE Q2 : Newtonian fluid flows in a narrow slit. a. Derive velocity profile as a function of for a case where left wall is moving up at a speed of 0.01 m/s. z [10 marks] b. Derive the mass flow rate of oil. [10 marks]
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Test2: TP: 2 Hours: Nurul_hasan@petronas.com.my 3. An incompressible fluid is filled between two coaxial cylinders is shown in FIGURE Q3 and are the temperatures of the inner and outer
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This note was uploaded on 10/06/2009 for the course CHE CAB 3033 taught by Professor Drnurul during the Spring '09 term at National University of Singapore.

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