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# hw_6 - ME 152A Introduction to Fluid Mechanics Fall 2008 S...

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ME 152A Fall 2008 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics S. Pennathur HW 6 Due Friday, November 21 st at 5pm Use Comsol V3.3 or V3.4 (in the Cad Lab) to investigate a flow below: Poiseuille flow between two infinite parallel plates, where both plates are fixed and the flow is driven by a constant pressure gradient. PART I: Assume: A finite channel that is H = 1 mm high and L = 5 mm long. Assume that the flow enters the channel from the left with a uniform velocity of U = 1 mm/s, and the pressure is p = 0 (gauge) at the exit. Assume that the working fluid is water, with a density of ρ = 1000 kg/m 3 and μ = 0.001 N s/m 2 Find: 1. Plot the mesh. Make sure the mesh sufficiently resolves the flow. 2. Plot the 2-D velocity field throughout the channel. At what point (how far down in the x-direction) does the velocity field converge to fully developed flow as calculated in class? 3. Plot a velocity profile at a down stream cross section of the channel and directly plot it against the analytical velocity profile calculated in class.

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