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9/14/2010
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AME 331
Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Lecture 11
Chapter 4: Basic Equations in Integral
Form
Prof. Jesse Little
University of Arizona
9/15/10
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Lecture Preview and Assignments
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Chapter 4.3 today
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Homework 3 posted due Friday (9/17)
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Read 4.4 for next time
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Class survey
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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.
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Relation of System to Control Volume (42)
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We derived a form of the Reynolds Transport Theorem (RTT)
for some generic extensive (
N
) and intensive (
η
) properties.
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Started with a system of matter and ended up with a
relationship for control volume
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It is important to note that the system in question is the
matter that happens to be passing through the chosen CV.
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Let‘s examine the individual terms
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Relation of System to Control Volume (42)
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Left hand side
–
Rate of change of the
system
extensive
property in
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