ME 330 PS5 Fall 2010 - ME 330 17905 The University of Texas at Austin Mechanical Engineering Department Fall 10 Dr Hidrovo ME 330 Fluid Mechanics

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ME 330 17905 The University of Texas at Austin Mechanical Engineering Department Fall ’10 Dr. Hidrovo 1 ME 330 Fluid Mechanics Problem Set 5 Due Thur. 10/14/10 Solve the following problems from the text book (Munson, Young, Okiishi & Huebsch) in addition to the problems stated in this PS handout. Note that numerical answers to even numbered problems are given in the back of the book. For odd numbered problems, numerical answers may be given in parentheses. Neatly show your development in detail, you will be graded on correct development of the solution, so we must be able to follow your work. No credit will be given for solutions we cannot follow. Pages 245-262, problems 5.22 5.131 Pages 321-331, problems 6.86 Problem 1 The boundary layer is of fundamental importance in fluid mechanics. As a uniform free stream flow of finite viscosity interacts with a fixed surface, the fluid adjacent to the surface is brought to rest. The loss in momentum is manifested as a drag force on the fixed
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course ME 205 taught by Professor Koen during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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ME 330 PS5 Fall 2010 - ME 330 17905 The University of Texas at Austin Mechanical Engineering Department Fall 10 Dr Hidrovo ME 330 Fluid Mechanics

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