Learning Objectives for Exam 2

Beabletoexplainhowthereynoldstransporttheoremcanbeused

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Unformatted text preview: eformation rates that correspond to the motions and deformations Given an equation for the velocity field, be able to calculate: o The rate of rotation o The linear strain rate o The volumetric strain rate, and determine if the flow is incompressible o The shear strain rate o The vorticity vector, and determine if the flow is rotational or irrotational o Whether there is a stagnation point and where it is o An equation for the streamlines of the flow Be able to explain what streamlines and streamtubes are, and how they limit fluid motion Be able to explain what a profile plot is and how to read it. Be able to explain how the Reynolds Transport Theorem can be used to relate a system approach to a control volume approach. Topic 5 Be able to explain how mass, energy, and momentum can enter and leave a control volume. Be able to derive the equation for Conservation of Mass using the Reynolds Transport Theory Be able to solve unsteady (tank draining or filling) problems using the equation for conservation of mass Be able to derive the continuity equation for a compressible or incompressible flow Given an equation for a velocity profile, be able to calculat...
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2014 for the course CHE 3114 taught by Professor Goldstein during the Fall '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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