AAE333 Fluid Mechanics
Fall 2016
Homework #5
Due: Friday, October 7
(2 problems worth 25 points)
1. [10 points] In a turbofan engine some of the inlet air goes through a set of compressor
blades and then exits the engine, thus bypassing the core of the en

AAE 333 Fall 2013
Homework #6
Due: Friday 10/11/2013
(5 problems worth 20 points)
1*. [2 points] What horizontal force is required to hold the plate stationary against the
water jet? (All of the water leaves parallel to the plate.)
(A) 17.7 N
(B) 35.4 N
(

AAE 333
Fall 2013
Homework 3 Solutions
Problem 1
(a) The acceleration can be determined by the slope of the liquid:
a
40 20
tan = x =
= 0.2 thus = 11.31o
g
100
ax = 0.2 g = 0.2(9.81) = 1.962 m s 2
The solution to (a) is purely geometric and does not invol

AAE 333 Fall 2013
Homework #5
Due: Friday 10/4/2013
(4 problems worth 20 points)
1. [5 points] *An automobile moves along a highway at a speed V=60 mph while emitting
carbon monoxide (CO) in its exhaust at a rate of 10 g per kilometer of travel. In a
refe

AAE 333
Homework 6 Solution
Fall 2013
Problem 1
(
)
Conservation of x-momentum:
()
(
(
)(
)
)
which is option (B) in the selections on the homework.
Problem 2
Conservation of mass (continuity equation):
In this case
(
,
)
, and
,
.
Therefore:
From conserv

AAE 333 Fall 2013
Problem Set #3
Due: Friday 9/13/2013
(4 problems worth 20 points)
1.[5 points] The tank of water in the following picture accelerates to the right.
2.[5 points] You are designing a centrifuge experiment to be done on ISS in zero
3. [5 po

AAE 333
Fall 2013
Homework Set 10
Problem 1)
(a) Use previously determined velocity profile for Couette flow from lecture notes (ch. 4, p.
35).
( )
Solve the 1D Heat Transfer equation for the temperature profile between the plates:
(
)
(
)
The reduction a

AAE 333
Fall 2013
Homework Set 9
Problem 1)
(a) Assumptions:
1) Far downstream the flow is fully developed,
2) Incompressible,
3) Steady state,
=0
Continuity equation for incompressible flows is
Assuming fully developed flow,
slip condition.
(
)
= 0.
= 0.

AAE 333
Fall 2013
Homework 11
Problem 1) Given
( )
a) Determine which portions of the plate have favorable and adverse pressure gradients. From
Bernouillis equation:
(
( )(
(
)(
(
)
)
)
)
Since
,
adverse pressure gradient over whole plate
b) Find the mome

AAE 333
Homework 8 Solution
Fall 2013
Problem 1) Given:
, at
,
a) Check five conditions of Bernoullis equation and solve for velocity at
Compare freestream conditions (
(
) to conditions at
)
(
, and
:
:
)
b) Find strength of sink, :
(
c) Find the gage

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Fluid Mechanics AAE333, Fall 2013
Exam #2 Review Topics
Monday October 28, 2013
1:30 2:20 pm (in class)
Study Questions:
1) Conservation Laws
a) Conservation of Momentum
i) Write the conservation of momentum equation in words? (ie What does each
term repr

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AAE 333: FLUID MECHANICS
Fall 2013
Isn't it astonishing that all these secrets have been preserved
for so many years just so we could discover them!
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This course is about discovering the secrets of fluid mechanics encou

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AAE 333 Fall 2014
Problem Set #12
Due: Friday 12/12/2014
(3 problems worth 20 points)
1.[5 points] One means of reducing drag is to use boundary layer suction to delay transition from
laminar to turbulent flow. Below is shown a porous flat plate with a co

AAE 333L Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
Fall 2015
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Lab 4: Wakes and Drag Measurement
Pre-Lab Assignment
Due: October 19th, 2015 at the beginning of class
Pre-Labs will not be accepted after 2:45pm
1. Lab Objectives
Briefly describe in 1-2 senten

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AAE 333 Exam 1
Oct 5 2009
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1. A 2D velocity field u=K1 *x, v=K2*y exists with constants K1 and K2. (Units are MKS). Determine
the values of K1 and K2 (including units) required for the flow to be incom

AAE 333 Final Exam
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1) If c is the chord of an airfoil, U is the free s