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Unformatted text preview: Answers 1. A control volume is . (A) a closed system that always contains the same fluid particles; (B) a fixed volume in space which cannot deform with time; (C) an open volume that allows mass to cross the control surface (ces). he Reynolds transport theorem 2. The Reynolds transport theorem . (A) is derived by applying the continuity equation for flow in a pipe; (B) is valid only for steady incompressible flow; (C) is a general equation valid for steady, unsteady, ompressible and incompressible flow 10/14/2009 3 compressible, and incompressible flow....
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- Spring '09
- Fluid Dynamics, Incompressible Flow, Reynolds Transport Theorem, steady incompressible flow