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CE 3700 Fluid Mechanics
Examination 2 Fluid Motion
Instructions: This exam is designed to have students demonstrate what they understand from the Fluid Motion
lectures and assignments. Students are asked to go through the exam attempting to maximize their
CE 3700 Fluid Mechanics
Examination 2 — Fluid Motion
Instructions: This exam is designed to have students demonstrate what they understand from the Fluid Motion
lectures and assignments. Students are asked to go through the exam attempting to maximize the
Lecture 1
Monday, August 24, 2015
10:00 AM
Syllabus
Course Schedule
Section 1.2: Describing Liquids and Gases
What is a fluid?
Liquids and Gasses
Solids can resist shear stress; a fluid cannot.
Liquids:
Closely packed molecules with relatively strong
Lecture 2
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
10:00 AM
Section 1.5: Carrying and Canceling Units
Example 1:
A body weighs 1000 lbf on Earth (gearth = 32.174 ft/s2)
a) What is its mass in kg?
F = ma, with F = weight (1000 lbf) and a = gearth = 32.174 ft/s2
F = W =
Lecture 7
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
10:00 AM
Return Homework
Future Homework Expectations
Beginning with Homework 3 (due next week):
Engineering paper
Box around answer
Name on top right
Numbers down left margin
Only write on front of page
New pa
Lecture 9
Monday, September 14, 2015
10:00 AM
Quiz Wednesday
Homework Due Today
New Homework on Blackboard
Exam Next Monday
Section 3.4: Predicting Forces on Plane Surfaces (Panels)
The Pressure Distribution
A pressure distribution is a description of how
Lecture 3
Friday, August 28, 2015
10:00 AM
Section 2.2: Characterizing Mass and Weight
Review from last time
Section 2.5: Describing Viscous Effects
Viscosity
Viscosity is a measure of a fluid's resistance to flow.
Determines the fluid strain rate that
Lecture Week # 2 Lectures 3 and 4: Matls. Science: Bulk and Surface Properties of Materials
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Describe the three different types of primary interatomic bonds and weak bonding.
Describe what is a c
Lecture 6
Engineering Properties of the Human Body
Hard Tissues
Instructional Objectives
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Explain the term viscoelasticity
Explain why understanding the structure-property relationship of tissues is important.
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List the macrostructure of the bones
DrugDeliverySystems
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Describe the advantages of drug release systems
Describe the two diffusion-controlled delivery systems plus their applications.
Explain what water penetration controlled systems are.
Describe
1. Water passes from Reservoir 1 (W.S. Elev. = 135 ft) through a turbine into Reservoir 2 (W.S. Elev. = 100 ft). The total energy losses are equal 1.0 V 2/2g due to pipe friction and pipe entrance and exit losses. If the discharge rate is 250 ft 3/s,
Final Exam Review CE 3700 Fall 2005
1. The final exam will only cover Chapters 7, 9 and 10. It will not be comprehensive. 2. In addition to the study guidelines below, also study all of the assigned homework problems and all of the example problems
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Problem 4.23 If the velocity varies linearly from base to tip, then the velocity at the midpoint would be V at midpoint = (1t + 4t)/2 = 2.5t Since local acceleration (al) is dV/dt, then we want to evaluate d/dt(2.5t) at t = 2s. al = d/dt(2.5t) = 2.5
CE 3700 Fluid Mechanics Homework Quiz 6 10/21/05 Name: SUIE H ov\
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Velocity ofthe waterjet = 18 m/S
Weight of the tank plus water at the instant shown = 100 N
Water temperature : 10°C Step I
a) Find the force acting on the stop block. b