PURPOSE OF EXPERIMENT:
The purpose of the lab is to demonstrate how the velocity profile in a flow can be
measured and used to determine the volumetric discharge using a Stagnation Tube Rake,
Venture Meter, and Hastings Meter.
(1) Stagnation Tube Rake: Us
Laboratory Experiment # 7
Pipe Bends
CE 3502 - section 003
April 23, 2013
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Purpose of the experiment
I.
In this experiment, we will study the energy loss using three different pipes. We will be
familiar with measuring and computing the friction coeffic
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CE 3502 Exam 2, November 15, 2012
Answer on Exam sheet
SHOW ALL WORK, DEFINE YOUR VARIABLES, ETC. FOR CREDIT
1. A cart travels at a constant speed
of vc to the left relative to the
ground. A jet of water, diameter
is deflected
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Quiz 3
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B
Fluid Mechanics CEGE 3502 Fall, 2016
Generic
A fluid of known density o kg/m3 flows through a contraction
(venturi) section as shown. A pressure gage connected
between the upstream pipe and throat section shows a pressure difference of 20
Quiz 3B
Fluid Mechanics CE 3502 Fall, 2016
Tuesday afternoon, October 11, 2016
Water at 4 C flows through the venturi section shown. At the top of the piezo tubes, the water is open to the atmosphere.
The pressure within the venturi section is not known.
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Quiz 5
Fluid Mechanics CEGE 3502 Fall, 2016
solutions
A jet of water, diameter 1() is deflected vertically relative to a vane as shown. The speed of the water
before it is deflected by the vane is vw to the right. The speed of the vane is vv to the
Homework 2
Fluid Mechanics CEGE 3502 Fall, 2016
Show your work and state your assumptions to receive credit
Due: Wednesday October 5 4:00pm in your homework drop box.
(1) For the gate shown below, = 30, y1 = 0.5 m, and y2 = 2.0 m. Will the gate fall or st
Homework 3
Fluid Mechanics CE 3502 Fall, 2016
Due: October 12 4:00 in lab section drop box.
FOR FULL CREDIT FOR EACH PROBLEM IN THIS ASSIGNMENT:
SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK and JUSTIFY YOUR STATEMENTS AND EQUATIONS
STATE CLEARLY ANY ASSUMPTION YOU NEED TO MAKE
Homework 6
Fluid Mechanics CEGE 3502 Fall, 2016
FOR FULL CREDIT FOR EACH PROBLEM IN THIS ASSIGNMENT:
SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK; define all variables; justify all statements
Due Date choose one or the other, below, depending on whether you would like your grad
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Homework 5
Fluid Mechanics CEGE 3502 Fall, 2016
Due: Wednesday November 16 4:00 in lab section drop box.
FOR FULL CREDIT FOR EACH PROBLEM IN THIS ASSIGNMENT:
SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK; define all variables; justify all statements
(1) The velocity distribution
Homework 2
Fluid Mechanics CEGE 3502 Fall, 2016
Show your work and state your assumptions to receive credit
Due: Wednesday October 5 4:00pm in your homework drop box.
(1) For the gate shown below, = 30, y1 = 0.5 m, and y2 = 2.0 m. Will the gate fall or st
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Homework 4
Fluid Mechanics CEGE 3502 Fall, 2016; Due: November 2 4:00 in lab section drop box.
FOR FULL CREDIT FOR EACH PROBLEM IN THIS ASSIGNMENT: SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK;
SKETCH A MOMENTUM DIAGRAM; SKETCH A FORCE DIAGRAM;
STATE THE VELOCITY OF THE REFEREN
Name: Sketch of Exam 1 solutions, CE 3502, Fall, 2008
1. The inside of a glass capillary tube (radius r = 1mm) is treated with a polymer coating
that increases the contact angle between water and the surface of the tube to (=30o,
60o). If this tube is pla
Ce 3502 In class mid sem. quiz, Nov15, 2007: Open Book/Note Answer on Exam sheet
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SHOW ALL WORK
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The water jet shownArea A =0.01 m2, = 1000 kg/m3 and speed 10 m/s
moves the block shown at the constant speed of 5 m/s to the right across a ho
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Quiz 4
Fluid Mechanics CEGE 3502 Fall, 2016
generic
A tank of liquid (of known SG = S) that is D in diameter and
H high is rigidly fixed (as shown) to a rotating arm of radius R.
The arm rotates such that the speed at point A is known. Well
call it
Homework 3 solutions
Fluid Mechanics CEGE 3502 Fall, 2016
(1) The annular venturimeter is useful for metering flows in pipe systems for which upstream calming distances are limited. The
annular venturimeter consists of a cylindrical section mounted inside
Homework 4
Fluid Mechanics CEGE 3502 Fall, 2016
(1) This nozzle bends the flow from vertically upward to 30 with the horizontal and
discharges water at room temperature at a speed of V = 35.0 m/s. The volume within the
nozzle itself is 5.00 x 10-2 m3, and
CE 3502 FLUID MECHANICS
Laboratory Experiment #9
PUMP PERFORMANCE & PUMP SIZING
In this laboratory you will perform two separate exercises. In one exercise, you will respond to a
Request for Design letter enclosed as the last section of these instructions
12/5/2016
Flow around partially/fully
submerged objects
With fluid flowing over them
or
While they flow past fluid
Skin Friction (Ch9),
Drag, Lift (Ch 11)
Equivalent Boundary conditions
The object moves with velocity uo and far away
from the object, the
CE 3502 FLUID MECHANICS
Laboratory Experiment #3
APPLICATIONS OF THE BERNOULLI EQUATION
The Bernoulli Equation for steady, incompressible, inviscid flow along a streamline is given in
Sec. 4.5 of your textbook. Some illustrations of its use, particularly
CE 3502 FLUID MECHANICS
Laboratory Experiment #2
PRESSURE & VELOCITY MEASUREMENT
Measuring the pressure at a point in a flow field is one of the most common engineering fluid
mechanics problems. Laboratories frequently use U-tube manometers, piezometric t
CE 3502 FLUID MECHANICS
Laboratory Experiment #1
EVALUATION OF FLUID PROPERTIES
The solution of engineering problems in fluid mechanics requires numerical values for certain
basic physical characteristics of the fluid of interest. These values are obtaine
CE 3502 FLUID MECHANICS
Laboratory Experiment #4
APPLICATIONS OF THE MOMENTUM THEOREM
The momentum theorem states that the rate of change in momentum of a fluid particle or
control volume is equal to the sum of the forces on the fluid. This principle and
CEGE 3502 FLUID MECHANICS
Laboratory Experiment #6
MEASUREMENTS OF PIPE FRICTION
The friction factor for flow in a given pipe may be determined from a Moody diagram if the
Reynolds Number and the pipe roughness are known. In this laboratory session the fr
CEGE 3502 FLUID MECHANICS
Laboratory Experiment #5
TURBULENCE AND BOUNDARY LAYER DEMONSTRATION EXPERIMENT
In this laboratory experiment, you will explore some different techniques for visualizing fluid
flow and you will be able to observe laminar and turb
CEGE FLUID MECHANICS
Laboratory Experiment #7
PIPE BENDS
In this part lab session, you will measure the energy loss coefficients for flow around 90 bends
in a copper pipe. There are three pipes. The first pipe is straight, and you will use measurements
fr