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# Exam1_sol - AAE 333 Exam 1 Monday Oct 18 8PM-10PM Open...

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AAE 333 Exam 1 Monday Oct 18, 8PM-10PM Open Book (Closed notes) 1 Crib Sheet (two sided) Calculator allowed Hand in crib sheet and scratch work with exam Do not staple to Scantron PUT YOUR Purdue ID ON THE SCANTRON !!! 1) Consider the 2D flow in a rectangular box as shown. The velocity field is given by u=3 x, v=-3 y The volume flow rate (per unit span) out of the box through the top face, AB, is a) -6 b) -3 c) 0 d) 3 e) 6 == a) 2) For the same case as in Problem 1) : The volume flow rate out of the box through the front face, DA , is == c) 3) The density of 10W30 motor oil, in kg/m^3, is closest to == e) 4) A 2D velocity field is given by u=3 y + 6 x; v= -3 x - 6 y where x and y are in meters and u,v in m/s The vorticity component in the +z direction is

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