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Unformatted text preview: CF. 3700 Fluitl Mechanics Homework Quiz 1 grams Name:_ An '5 w Effg  . Glycerin is "(3Wng ('1' = BETH?) hemten stationary plates. Cempute the eliear SWISS at the wall {y  U). The
velocity equation i333 tbllews. where a — Sitirti"s"a11d B = {1.05 M. II; atBy — 3'23 : 0., E ' 2 ‘13
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= 33818 ﬁL 17.5 a“ 3. Calculate the density and speciﬁc weight Ut'carhon diuxide at SUD kNIIT'IF absoiute and SUQILI. ? 500,000 %a
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Um k3,}a5L'I—T ) (50 + 2.??? ii) ~h—.._._ i” 3 E321 i. (m awe 3. l[Jonsider the flow of oil in the following sketch and answer the following questions. ’3: '' {coala rel a. 25.5 3* increases from t} to ll.  2:", in. the shear extrema in the oil {elrete one answer) i. inoreaaea
iii. decreases
it: not enough information is; provided to answer this question 1:. We assume in Chapter 3 that the velocity ol'the oil in eontaet with the moving plate [at y 7 {1. 1'5 in_}istei1'elc out“:
allﬁwcl‘ﬂ _ _ "m.." ..u t: i. the name t'eloeit‘t’ as the I'I'Iﬂ‘r'ill 1?
ii. the average velooit}: throughout the U.  Eli—in. thieknesa
iii. zero
it'. not enough inlormation is provided to answer this question e. We aaanlne in lChapter 2 that the 1reloeityot'tlte oil in eontaet with the stationary plate {at y = {l} is teirele one
answer) i. the same veloeit}: as the moving plate il. average veloeit}; throughout the t}. IESin. thiokneae or. not enough litloi'ntation it; provided to anawerthir: oueation ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course CE CE 3700 taught by Professor Peyton during the Fall '05 term at Missouri (Mizzou).
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