class12_linear_momentum

# class12_linear_momentum - • Assumptions – Steady...

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10/12/2007 1 ES330, Section 2 Dr. Douglas Bohl 239 Camp x6683, [email protected] www.clarkson.edu/~dbohl/es330

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2 Outline • Derive the Conservation of Linear Momentum – Forces on CV, stress tensor – Examples! – Momentum flux correction factor, β • Learning Objective: Be able to apply linear momentum equation to a problem • Announcements – I will be out of town on Monday. No office hours. I will be in Tuesday if you need to see me.
3 Some thoughts on Bernoulli • Specialized form of the Energy Equation • Point to point – not a control volume

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Unformatted text preview: • Assumptions – Steady, inviscid, incompressible, along a streamline 4 Derivation of Linear Momentum Equation 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Example R y R x The inlet to a 180 turning nozzle has a uniform velocity Of 5 ft/s a diameter of 12 in an a pressure of 15 psig. The Exit of the nozzle is 6in and it exhausts into the Atmosphere. What is the velocity at the exit, and what are the reaction forces (you need to solve R y only in variable form). D 1 =12 in, V 1 = 5 ft/s P 1 = 15 psig D 2 = 6 in 13 14 15 16...
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