Learning Objectives for Exam 2

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ChE 3114 Fluid Transport Study Guide for Exam #2 Exam 2 will take place on Friday, 10/11/2013 in Surge 108. The exam is closed book, but you may bring in one 8.5” x 11” cheat sheet containing notes, formulas, derivations, etc… I will provide you with a sheet of unit conversions. You will have 50 minutes to complete the exam. The exam is covered by the Virginia Tech Honor Code, and any instances of cheating will be reported to the Honor Council. Infractions include: copying, using a textbook or other study aid (other than your single cheat sheet,) use of any electronic equipment other than a calculator. Laptops, tablets, smartphones, ipods, cell phones, and any other electronic equipment are prohibited in the exam. Please use the following learning objectives as a study guide to prepare for the exam. Topic 1 Be able to explain in words, and give examples of: o What a fluid is. o Fluid mechanics and dynamics, hydrodynamics, hydraulics, gas dynamics, and aerodynamics o The no slip condition o Viscous and Inviscid flows o Internal and External flows o Compressible and Incompressible flows o Laminar, Turbulent, and Transitional flows o Natural (unforced) and Forced Flows o Steady and Unsteady flows o One, two and three dimensional flows o A System o A control volume o A control surface o A Stress o Normal stress o Shear stress o Pressure o Volumetric, Mass and Momentum flow rates Be able to convert readily between SI (kms), cgs, English and Am. Eng. units Find solutions to a specified equation in the specified units Be able to apply the mass/force conversion factor g c

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