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Unformatted text preview: /Exam 1 CE 3704} Fluid Mechanics Fall 21m Shaw ail wm'k. Shim-all units. . NAME: Eciuiiofl ______ _ ____ MCI p13} 1. 1fthe pressure gage reads 3.5 lbfi'inI {SE14 lbfi'fili in the air. find 11. " = SUGF. Prcfisure fit gage l'b ._. L: ._— ‘Ft “’0 H4- _+_ 1 f: | h ?1 = "P1 03°F) 2 f1 . fig“fi=#¥wfirh . L 41 i F 13-2. gear 315.: 653 E1 ‘7 ’- W {92'4' “fig Fr 2 8.05 1% pts} 2. Di] ueeupies the gap between the cylinder and the pipe wall. D = 4U rnm {0.1341} ml. {1 -— 39 m (H.133? ml. The ull i5 SAE lUW at 335T. The cylinder 53 1130 mm {Ill 1131 ml lung. and it if. lialling at a rate of [LS 1113's, What cylinder weight would cause this velocity LU ere-cur?" I! ’C = M 53:“ ‘l W -E~ *— AL 5155 “1?; "N If ME'IL . :- .Dfifo ,TTan’l‘m‘imUu-a) RD m1 Keeeofim {If} p15] 3. Water lat Siui'] rlges in a glaSL-i tube as Shown in the skfil'ch below. d = 3 mm. Calculate the force newmns‘l [hall is pulling the water up in the column. 0"ng Hz?” Fnhlflu'l-C li‘l Surla ce-ten5inn lame ’let'fll-1 A“. '5' Er _= (W w) . if, : {-0.013 0.01315”) = D_G‘DOJ E138 N [2[} pts} 4. [he triangular gate Shean below is hinged at the buttom {along edge AC]. :1] Find the magnitude 0f the resultant force aetng on the gate. 13]: l: ind the horizenta] three P required to hold the gate closed. W =4m. H= 9m.d=1flm FR 5 ? A '3 13 Y A I (IF-“t4” K 4m X GIN-j : 1 233500 N T Him?" m to) __ T Lem film-E3 He? : E] ‘1? TH : 1m + fififl Ufiafir'fim : Tiafic'fim Zthnfla :D K) iltasogpt (we, _. 1 mm P(°lmj '3 t ) 1351M tit] pts] 5. .fittt inverted spherical shell with diameter t.{l m is used tn cut-er a tank filled with water. The lip cil' the shell is resting by gravity (m the. rent‘ at the tank. Water fills the tank all the wag.- up In the met The pressure cit‘the water in contact with the racifis atmospheric pressure. Find the required minimum weight nt‘the shell as that it is net lifted up by the water pressure. e Fiat-l mic-Lisl- ti Jr‘nis tram-Ma were arm-Fifi it“; Wit-kl”? TESSU'FC p water [T = | WC} .1 Fprcst'ure. : \{ ivy- : \G/ X Jq‘jyhertjj — “tstagijiliw i;’fl'(lmf I|_-—-—"\('—'-§-—J : 157“: N Omani EFE 2c: Minimum Wfltflh'f GE 51min = Fpitsfure [ l 5 pts] Iii. This barge is if} it lung perpendicular it: the page. The reeks and the barge weigh 400mm Hit. a] (Template the moment of inertia needed tfl assess transverse stability for this barge. bi C'ompute the hie-merit of inertia needed ta assess longitudinal stability for this barge. ei is this barge more stable in the transverse or longitudinal direction? How do you know? {You don't necessarily have in compute GM. but than can it' you want]: Trawsverse. Lfiflfliittfiimi Eifihiiiw I Billet [ii-Y '3 it I : “3,054 ED“) Jr mm: (mm-5% Lira ' - = Mai ’ I flea no is“ =M Is GM '2 ° _ (1:3, H“. Since. Jq‘ and. CE} rewat‘vt i-‘ng same: eFQ'r 1min +fahgv+fl£ cued [Uhflf‘i'mliiflilt Sia'alili'sr afiaikt'i'IE—l and SWEEP IDD[M“‘W‘M‘) 3" In” (inrfii‘iutL-hni) J Hum imam/ens. GM. 3;. mayhem G—M‘ l.- fiit barge ii Imam sir-ethic Algal-t4 HM: +YEJ-fnllrf‘rm. an; Exam 1 CE STUD Fluid Mechanics Fall 213115 Show all mark. Shaw ail units. NAME: Sulwrion [10 pts} |. If the pmsure gage reads 5.5 llrufi'in1 {3'92 Ibfi’fiz} [n the air, find h. T = 33°F. Ila-iE Ifl h "fl = 7‘11 4;:- FF'L': 1% Mara-3c} 3ft # fig; 192 l; _- E/w ($3711 t “9% (23%;) 2 31- g X £92.4- W33 = IE #1 a” 1,1 ; [Latin 4r L334 [20 pts]: 2. Oil occupies the gap behva the Cylindar and the: pipe: wall. D = 50 mm {43.11511} 1n}. 4:] = 49 mm [13.049 m}. Thc ail is SAE 10W at 33°C. The cylinder is 90 mm [0.{19 In} hang, and it is falling at a a. rats of [1.4 ms. Mal cylinder weight would cause this velocin to occur? ___.- Pipe IEIII'I film ___.-F Cylinder {1U pts] 3. Water (at 35%?) rises in a glass tube as shown in the skctch below. it = 2 mm. Calculate the force (in newtons] that is putting the: watar up in fine autumn. Eurfa ce-tensian force t§£_ gd_ (WJ(ZJTF) :__; :.: : : (at o”: 3 fig 1 w) (a. 0 o l m) = O, 000; 496; N (2U pig) 4. The triangular gate shown below is hinged at the bottom (along edge AC}. :1) Find the magnitude of the reeuitant three acting on the gate. 13} Find the hnriznntal feree P required to hotel the gate closed. W = 2.13m, H = 4.5m, d = 5.3 m 1New D—D CL) = $.53: :: : (3.5mX‘i7‘10 K 3-D“ ‘3': LEW) W 1 fl iitét’nl Edi”? r'—-'*—-F-—-§-1 IO '— i (2.0m 4.5m ) L‘j‘PZjirfign = amt 3c» (BEWX 4.57mi) Lh—‘Y'FfJ : Elam“ (3135mm :thflja :D P (trim) ':_ Q54.’1DGN\<U,DW H angina) t___\r_,____J LET‘lm P : tdtm n {2t} pts) 5. An inverted spherical shell with diameter it] m is used te sever a tank filled with water. The lip ef the shell is resting by gravity en the reef ef' the tank. Water fills the tank all the eel}.r up te the reef. The pressure ef the water in eentaet with the reef is atmespherie pressure. Find the required minimum weight ef the shell se that it is net lifted up by the water pressure. Find W613“ if this Velume were accepted be waiter. Eire-3m 1': water [T = 10°C} 2F} : c3 N'lmzmum weight sec film“ 2 FFrEsEure ‘5: 20 550 N _L..._..— (15 pts} 6'. This barge is [D it long perpendicular to the page. The rocks and the barge weigh tidbflflfl 1b a] Compute the moment of inertia needed to assess transverse stability for this barge. b) Compute the moment of inertia needed to assess longitudinal stability for this barge. o) Is this barge more stable in the ttansyerse or longitudinal direction? Hou-r do you know? (You don‘t neeessariiy have to eompute GM, but you can if you want.) fished-1hr} .Jr'lm‘j [end is do: boamr 11:01“ +inis "oarfle. Eosywcy but; 'I; lHSl-lr-F'II'UEW'J“ +o keno —|.'|.n.i; barya ans-oi: H's-«sirens i: h “m h b | sues 33?; ” '5 _ (10m LINED I (mt-Messy) _-u DD -——- DID [2" (vi-m Mum!) 1L Unawhmrul] SI;er 3d" and CG;- rema'ivi -Hrie Slime rider 'ooi'h "transverse and Loag‘lriudimi si'abilt'ty nasty sis” and suits Ioufl'musums) ‘3; Ian [ledgihdraai]) '"Hnen +mimwe1rse E—IM “s- ioaitimlI-MJ. GM, Thesahwe! flat; has;er [g WINE Hair-gt: {119w} +he 4VflV.EUI‘EFE-€ axis- ...
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