MAAE 2300 E Fluid Mechanics
Laboratory #1: Experiment 2
Jet pump
Jacob Wu
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Lab Group: L3H
Group Members:
David Hevey
Logan Fraser
Summary
The objective of this experiment was to apply fluid mechanics techniques studied f
1b Friction
MAAE 2202 Mechanics of Solids I
Dr. Calvin Rans
Office: 2188 ME
email: [email protected]
Mechanical & Aerospace
Engineering Department
CARLETON UNIVERSITY
Learning Objectives
Students should be able to
Explain the differences between t
Chapter 2 Concepts of Stress and Strain
Analysis of stress and strain is to understand how a body supports applied loads and the
associated changes in geometry (deformation).
2.1 Definition of Stress
Stress (normal stress, , or shear stress, ) is a measur
Chapter 5 Symmetric Bending of Beams (I) Stresses
5.1 Definition of Beams
Beam is a slender component which supports transverse loads and its cross sectional dimensions
are small compared to the length.
Types of loads on beams are described below:
(1) Con
1a Review of Statics
MAAE 2202 Mechanics of Solids I
Dr. Calvin Rans
Office: 2188 ME
email: [email protected]
Mechanical & Aerospace
Engineering Department
CARLETON UNIVERSITY
Review of Statics in 2D
F1
y
For static equilibrium:
F5
Force Equilibriu
Chapter 3 Statically Determinate and Indeterminate Systems
3.1 Principles of Solid Mechanics
For a stable system, the following requirements must be met:
(1) Equilibrium of forces and moments, which directly relates to stresses.
(2) Compatibility of strai
Chapter 6 Symmetric Bending of Beams (II) Deflection
Beams deform under bending loads, resulting in deflection and slope of the beams.
6.1 Moment ~ Curvature Relation
Consider the deformation of a cantilever beam subjected to a concentrated load at the fr
Chapter 1 Review of Statics and Friction Problems
1.1 Concepts of Solid Mechanics
Structural and solid-body mechanics are concerned with analyzing the effects of applied loads.
These are external to the material of the structure or body and result in inte
Chapter 4 Torsion of Circular Sections
4.1 Definition of Torsion
A solid or tubular member is subjected to torque loads about its longitudinal axis, resulting in
twisting deformation. Important applications of torsion are shafts transmitting power in
mach
MAAE 2400
Thermodynamic and Heat Transfer
Chapter 9
GAS POWER CYCLES
Dr. Vinh Q. Tang
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Office: ME2186
(based on notes from Prof. Tarik Kaya)
Carleton University
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering
Prepared by Gauthier &
MAAE 2400 Thermodynamic and Heat
Transfer
Chapter 5
SECOND LAW OF
THERMODYNAMICS
Dr. Vinh Q. Tang
[email protected]
Office: ME2186
(based on notes from Prof. Tarik Kaya)
Carleton University
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering
Prepared b
MAAE 2400
Thermodynamic and Heat Transfer
Chapter 10
REFRIGERATION CYCLES
Dr. Vinh Q. Tang
[email protected]
Office: ME2186
(based on notes from Prof. Tarik Kaya)
Carleton University
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering
Prepared by Gauth
MAAE 2400 Thermodynamic and Heat
Transfer
Chapter 3
EVALUATING PROPERTIES
Dr. Vinh Q. Tang
[email protected]
Office: ME2186
(based on notes from Prof. Tarik Kaya)
Carleton University
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering
Prepared by Gauth
MAAE 2400
Thermodynamic and Heat Transfer
Chapter 8
VAPOR POWER CYCLES
Dr. Vinh Q. Tang
[email protected]
Office: ME2186
(based on notes from Prof. Tarik Kaya)
Carleton University
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering
Prepared by Gauthier
MAAE 2400
Thermodynamic and Heat Transfer
Chapter 1.
INTRODUCTION: CONCEPTS AND
DEFINITIONS
Dr. Vinh Q. Tang
[email protected]
Office: ME2186
(based on notes from Prof. Tarik Kaya)
Carleton University
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering
Engineering MAAE 2400C
Thermodynamic and Heat Transfer
Chapter 2.
FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
FOR CLOSED SYSTEMS
Dr. Vinh Q. Tang
[email protected]
Office: ME2186
(based on notes from Prof. Tarik Kaya)
Carleton University
Department of Mechanical and
MAAE 2400 Thermodynamic and Heat
Transfer
Chapter 4
CONTROL VOLUME ANALYSIS First
Law of Thermodynamics for Open
System
Dr. Vinh Q. Tang
[email protected]
Office: ME2186
(based on notes from Prof. Tarik Kaya)
Carleton University
Department of Mechanic
MAAE 2300 - Fluid Mechanics
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Carleton University
Lectures 19 & 20
Viscous Flow
(Based on Fluid Mechanics; 4th edition; Frank M. White, and lecture
notes from Professor R.J. Kind)
Dr. Vinh Q. Tang
Vinh_Tang
MAAE 2300 - Fluid Mechanics
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Carleton University
Lectures 21-24
Fluid Statics
(Based on Fluid Mechanics; 4th edition; Frank M. White, and lecture
notes from Professor R.J. Kind)
Dr. Vinh Q. Tang
Vinh_Tang@
MAAE 2300 - Fluid Mechanics
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Carleton University
Lectures 15 & 16
Fluid Dynamics: Angular Momentum
Equation
(Based on Fluid Mechanics; 4th edition; Frank M. White, and lecture
notes from Professor R.J. Kin
MAAE 2300 - Fluid Mechanics
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Carleton University
Lectures 13 & 14
Fluid Dynamics: Euler and Bernoulli
Equations
(Based on Fluid Mechanics; 4th edition; Frank M. White, and lecture
notes from Professor R.J.
MAAE 2300 - Fluid Mechanics
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Carleton University
Lectures 1 & 2
INTRODUCTION: CONCEPTS AND
DEFINITIONS
(Fluid Mechanics; 4th edition; Frank M. White)
Dr. Vinh Q. Tang
[email protected]
Office: ME2186
C
MAAE 2300 - Fluid Mechanics
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Carleton University
Lectures 7 & 8
Fluid Dynamics: Continuity Equation
(Based on Fluid Mechanics; 4th edition; Frank M. White, and lecture
notes from Professor R.J. Kind)
Dr. V
MAAE 2300 - Fluid Mechanics
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Carleton University
Lectures 5 & 6
A) Pressure measurement
B) Effects of acceleration on pressure
distribution
(Based on Fluid Mechanics; 4th edition; Frank M. White, and lectu
MAAE 2300 - Fluid Mechanics
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Carleton University
Lectures 3 & 4
Pressure and Shear Stress
(Based on Fluid Mechanics; 4th edition; Frank M. White, and lecture
notes from Professor R.J. Kind)
Dr. Vinh Q. Tan
MAAE 2300 - Fluid Mechanics
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Carleton University
Lectures 11 & 12
Fluid Dynamics: Application of Linear
Momentum Equation
(Based on Fluid Mechanics; 4th edition; Frank M. White, and lecture
notes from Prof
MAAE 2300 - Fluid Mechanics
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Carleton University
Fluid
Lectures 9 & 10
Dynamics: Linear Momentum
Equation
(Based on Fluid Mechanics; 4th edition; Frank M. White, and lecture
notes from Professor R.J. Kind)
MAAE 3400
Applied Thermodynamics
Module 4.
REFRIGERATION AND HEAT PUMP CYCLES
Carleton University
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Do not reproduce without permission, Prof. Cynthia A. Cruickshank
OUTLINE
4.1 Carnot Refrigeration Cycle a
MAAE 3400
Applied Thermodynamics
Module 2.
VAPOUR POWER CYCLES
(Part 2 of 2)
Carleton University
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Do not reproduce without permission, Prof. Cynthia A. Cruickshank
2.4 REGENERATIVE CYCLE
Regeneration
Anoth