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57:020 Mechanics of Fluids and Transport Processes Measurement of flow rate, velocity profile and friction factor in pipe flows Submitted to: Professor Frederick Stern Name:______________ Fluids ID:______________ Group:______________ Date:Month/Date/2008
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I. EFD PreLab 2 Questions (submitted before Lab2, 10 points) II. Test and Simulation Design (10 points) Using your own words describe the purpose of the Lab experiment. III. EFD Process (15 points) Use EFD process diagram for Lab 2 given in the exercise notes and describe in your own words how you implemented the EFD process. Describe all the steps that are applicable. IV. Data Analysis and Discussion (55 points) A. Attach the completed excel data reduction sheet showing all the calculations along with the lab report. ( 10 points ) B. Comment on the differences between flow rate readings obtained by pressure transducer and manometer. Refer to Question 1 in section 3.1.5 of exercise notes. ( 7 points ) C. Plot your experimental velocity profile and the Schilichting data on the same graph. Show the uncertainty band, near the wall where precision limits were
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