Lecture4_2 - AME 331 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics Lecture 11 Chapter 4 Basic Equations in Integral Form Prof Jesse Little University of Arizona

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9/14/2010 1 AME 331 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics Lecture 11 Chapter 4: Basic Equations in Integral Form Prof. Jesse Little University of Arizona 9/15/10 1 Lecture Preview and Assignments Chapter 4.3 today Homework 3 posted due Friday (9/17) Read 4.4 for next time Class survey Let’s continue with the Reynolds Transport Theorem term by term, but first a brief comment on the negative signs for terms 2 and 3 from last time. 2
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2 Relation of System to Control Volume (4-2) We derived a form of the Reynolds Transport Theorem (RTT) for some generic extensive ( N ) and intensive ( η ) properties. Started with a system of matter and ended up with a relationship for control volume It is important to note that the system in question is the matter that happens to be passing through the chosen CV. Let‘s examine the individual terms 3 Relation of System to Control Volume (4-2) Left hand side Rate of change of the system extensive property in
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Lecture4_2 - AME 331 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics Lecture 11 Chapter 4 Basic Equations in Integral Form Prof Jesse Little University of Arizona

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