15_ChapSummary - SUMMARY The goal of Chapter 15 has been to...

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fluid gas liquid mass density, unit volume pressure, p pascal, Pa vacuum standard atmosphere, atm r hydrostatic pressure Pascal’s principle gauge pressure, hydraulics buoyant force displaced fluid Archimedes’ principle average density, neutral buoyancy r avg p g ideal-fluid model viscosity laminar flow streamline flow tube equation of continuity volume flow rate, Q Bernoulli’s equation Venturi tube lift Young’s modulus, Y tensile stress strain volume stress volume strain bulk modulus, B SUMMARY The goal of Chapter 15 has been to understand macroscopic systems that flow or deform. General Principles Fluid Statics Gases Freely moving particles Compressible Pressure primarily thermal Pressure is constant in a laboratory-size container Liquids Loosely bound particles Incompressible Pressure primarily gravitational Hydrostatic pressure at depth d is p 5 p 0 1r gd Fluid Dynamics Ideal-fluid model Incompressible Smooth, laminar flow Nonviscous
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2010 for the course PHYS 021 taught by Professor Dick during the Spring '08 term at GWU.

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