22.381 Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering Fluid Mechanics Test 1 :Chapter 1 and 2
Instructor : Prof. D. Willis
Name and UMS ID: Please attempt all questions 1. (30pts) Answer the following short answer questions in the space provided. (a) What is the di
22.381 Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering Fluid Mechanics Test 2 :Chapter 3 and 4
Instructor : Prof. D. Willis
Name and UMS ID: Please attempt all questions. GOOD LUCK! 1. (30pts) Answer the following short answer questions in the space provided. (a) (4
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22.381 Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering Fluid Mechanics
Test 1 :Chapter 1 and Part of Chapter 2
Instructor : Prof. D. Willis
Name and UMS ID:
1. (20 pts) Concept Questions: Please answer the following concept questions fully, but concisely. Explanatio
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Instructor : Prof. D. Willis
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Test 1 :Chapter 1 and 2
Instructor : Prof. D. Willis
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1. (25 pts) Concept Questions: Please answer the following concept questions fully, but concisely. Explanations for any quest
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Chapter 5 Fluid in Motion The Bernoulli Equation
BERNOULLI EQUATION
The motion of a fluid is usually extremely complex.
The study of a fluid at rest, or in relative equilibrium,
was simplified by the absence of shear stress, but
when a fluid flows over a
22.381 Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering Fluid Mechanics Test 1 :Chapter 1 and 2
Instructor : Prof. D. Willis
Name and UMS ID:
1. (35 pts) Concept Questions: Please answer the following concept questions fully, but concisely. Explanations for any quest
22.381 : HOMEWORK # 1
DUE: JANUARY 27TH, 2012
This is the first homework from chapter # 1. (1) (9 pts) Estimate the drag force on a Boeing 747 aircraft. Make clear: Any assumptions you needed make. Any sources of information you used. Layout (clearly) the
22.381 : HOMEWORK # 2
DUE: FRIDAY FEB 3RD, 2012
This is the second homework from chapter # 1. (1) The following questions from the Munson textbook should completely attempted and handed in. Your grade for each will be (2 pts) if the problem is appropriate
22.381 : HOMEWORK # 3
DUE: FRIDAY FEB 10TH, 2012
This is the final homework for chapter # 1. There are two non-book questions and 4 book questions this week. (1) (7pts) Recall the Aeropress Coffee and Espresso maker shown in class and in figure 1. Answer
22.381 : HOMEWORK # 4
DUE: WEDNESDAY FEB 15TH, 2012*
This is the first homework for chapter # 2. *If you hand in this homework on the due date, it will be graded and available by the 16th of February. (1) (15pts) The following diagram shows two parallel p
22.381 Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering Fluid Mechanics Test 1 :Chapter 1 and 2
Instructor : Prof. D. Willis
Name and UMS ID:
1. (35 pts) Concept Questions: Please answer the following concept questions fully, but concisely. Explanations for any quest
22.381 Fluid Mechanics Spring 2012
Instructor: Professor David Willis, Email: david_willis@uml.edu (Best) WebSite: faculty.uml.edu/dwillis/22.381 Office: EB-322, Phone: (978) 934-3101 Class Location: KI-302
Course Prerequisites
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