The fluid pressure is measured at 1 m intervals along

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Unformatted text preview: n meters? P6.11 Derive the time-averaged x-momentum equation (6.14) by direct substitution of Eqs. (6.12) into the momentum equa- Textbook Table of Contents | Study Guide 406 Chapter 6 Viscous Flow in Ducts tion (6.7). It is convenient to write the convective acceleration as du dt x (u2) y (u ) z P6.18 (uw) which is valid because of the continuity relation, Eq. (6.7). P6.12 By analogy with Eq. (6.14) write the turbulent mean-momentum differential equation for (a) the y direction and (b) the z direction. How many turbulent stress terms appear in each equation? How many unique turbulent stresses are there for the total of three directions? P6.13 The following turbulent-flow velocity data u(y), for air at 75°F and 1 atm near a smooth flat wall, were taken in the University of Rhode Island wind tunnel: y, in 0.025 0.035 0.047 0.055 0.065 u, ft/s 51.2 54.2 56.8 57.6 59.1 Estimate (a) the wall shear stress and (b) the velocity u at y 0.22 in. P6.14 Two infinite plates a distance h apart are parallel to the xz plane with the upper plate m...
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