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Ideal Gas Law RT p U where p: absolute pressure U : mass density R: gas constant T: absolute temperature ( q K), T ( q K) = 273 + T ( q C) Shear Stress for a Newtonian Fluid dy du P W where W is the shear stress P is the dynamic viscosity note: Q , the kinematic viscosity is given by Q = P / U du/dy is the time rate of strain (also the velocity gradient normal to a wall) Elasticity ± ± ² p E v where E v is the bulk modulus of elasticity ' p is the incremental pressure change ' is the incremental volume change is the volume of fluid Surface Tension : V with units of force/unit length Pressure Variation with Elevation : J ² dz dp where p is the pressure z is the vertical distance (measured from the bottom up) J is the specific weight of the fluid For uniform density fluid under static conditions constant 2 2 1 1 ³ ³ z P z P J J where z P ³ J is the piezometric head Pressure variation for constant temperature RT g z z o o e p p ) ( where z o is the elevation datum (elevation where p=p o ) T is in q K g is the gravitation constant Pressure variation for linear temperature gradient ±² R g o o o o T z z T p p , D » « ² ² where z o is the elevation datum (elevation where T=T o and p=p o ) D is the temperature gradient (i.e, dT/dz) T is in q K g is the gravitation constant Hydrostatic Force on Plane Surface In general, A pdA F For uniform density conditions, A p F where
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2009 for the course CE 2200 taught by Professor Deng during the Spring '09 term at LSU.

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equation+sheet+final - Ideal Gas Law p URT where p:...

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