CE340 Hmwk 2a (due 1/22, 8:59 pm)
163 As water at 70C flows through the transition,
its pressure will begin to decrease. (Figure 1).
Determine the lowest absolute pressure it can
have without causing
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u =  (VoH) x and v =  (Va/e) y, where Va and e are constants.
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5.5 Water enters a cylindrical tank through two pipes at rates of
250 and 100 gal/min (see Fig. P5.5). If the level of the water in the
tank remains constant, calculate the average velocity of t
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CE340FLyn2017 Hmwk 5 solution
1. A reservoir open to the atmosphere is linked to a pipe as shown. Determine
A. the pressure in the pipe (at the point where it is linked to the reservoir) when the me
CE340F2017 Hmwk 1 (due 8/25)
CE340FLyn011 A storage tank has a volume of 400L, and initially is completely filled with water at a
temperature of 15C . Unless otherwise specified, your answer shou
CE340FLyn Hmwk 4
Tutorial Problem
A. Pressure variation with depth
Consider the points in the tank shown . The fluid is at
rest and incompressible. Rank the points from highest
to lowest pressure.
Ra
CE340F2017 Hmwk 2 (due 8/28)
1. A cable of diameter d = 4102in is to be pulled through a station
ary outer tube with a diameter that is = 110 in larger than the
cable diameter as shown in the figure
CE340 Test 2
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Date: 4 Nov. 2015
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CE340 Test 1 Solution
Date: 1 Oct. 2015
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ask the
Review of CE340 Hydraulics (D. A. Lyn, Spring 2016, Page 1 of 4)
CE340 Review of Hydraulics: Study Aid
0. Preliminaries (Chapter 1.11.5)
a) units and dimensions,
b) forces and stresses
1. Fluid prope
CE340Fall2014
Homework3Solutions
NusratKhan
Instructions
Due Monday, September 15 by 5pm (Boxes in Hydraulics and Hydrology
office area in HAMP, near fountain)

Write your name and laboratory section
Small Diameter Pipe (Laminar Flow Experiment)
Head Loss vs. Velocity
1.6
Head loss (ft of water)
1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0.0
0
1
2
3
4
5
Velocity (ft/s)
f vs. Re
1.000
f
0.100
0.010
100
1,000
Re
1
Homework 2 Solutions
Due: September 8, 2014
1) A piston having a crosssectional area of 0.09 m 2 is located in a cylinder containing water as
shown below. An open Utube manometer is connected to the
CE340 Fall 2014
Homework 1
Instructions
Due Tuesday, September 2 by 5pm (Boxes in Hydraulics and Hydrology office area in HAMP,
near fountain)

Write your name and laboratory section on your homework
CE340 Spring 2016 Hmwk 1a (due 1/15, 8:59 pm)
Note that the numerical values in these problems may differ from those that may have appeared in
your masteringengineerng.com, which randomizes numerical
Hmwk 3a
Tutorial on Hydrostatic forces on plane surface
When engineers are designing large structures such as dams, they must be able to calculate the
hydrostatic forces acting on the stucture. In thi
CE340FLyn Hmwk 3 (due 8/30/2017, 5:00 pm in CE340 box in Hydraulics Office Suite HAMP1101)
The following problems are based on those in the text for Chapter 1.
1.88 A liquid with a coefficient of sur
centerline
streamline
CE340 Hmwk 4c (due Wednesday, 2/10, 5:00 pm)
4c1 The flow in the pipe system shown is known to be
steady. The pipe upstream of Sec. 1 is of constant
diameter, and it is known th
CE340 (2016 Spring) Quiz 1
A gate in the form a half circle of radius 1.2 m leads
from a water reservoir to a tunnel as shown. The
gate is set at an angle of 30 to the vertical. In the
position shown,
CE340 Hmwk 6a solution
6a1. A liquid flow through a circular pipe with a parabolic
2
velocity profile, given by u r u0 1 r / R , where r is
the radial distance from the pipe centerline, R 1.2 102 m
i
CE340 Hmwk 4a
The steel cylinder of radius, R = 0.4 ft has a specific weight of 490 lb/ft3 and acts as a plug for the 1.5ftlong (into the page) rectangular slot in the bottom of the water tank. The d
CE340 Hmwk 5a solution
351. As the valve is closed, oil flows through a nozzle such
that along the centerline streamline, the velocity is specified as V 6(1 0.4 x 2 )(1 0.5t ) m/s where x is the dist
CE340 Hmwk 4b
The principle of buoyancy states that when a body is placed in a static fluid, an upward force acts on the
object that is equal to the weight of the fluid that is displaced by the body.
CE340 Hmwk 3b
2101. The open wash tank is filled to its top with butyl alchohol, an industrial solvent. Determine the
magnitude of the resultant force on the end plate ABCD and the location of the ce
CE340 Hmwk 3c (due Wednesday, 2/3, 5:00 pm)
The format to be followed for hardcopy homeworks has been posted on Blackboard. In addition, any
force or moment balance will require a free body diagram a