Homework 1 solutions
Fluid Mechanics CE 3502 Fall, 2008 (1) What is the ratio of the kinematic viscosity of air to that of sea water at 3.3% salinity at standard pressure and a temperature of 10C? What is the ratio of the dynamic viscosity of air to that
Homework 2 solutions
Fluid Mechanics CE 3502 Fall, 2008 (1) The velocity of water flow in the nozzle shown is given by the following expression:
0.5mdiameter
where V= velocity in meters per second, t = time in seconds, x = distance along the nozzle in m,
Homework 3
Fluid Mechanics CE 3502 Fall, 2008 (1) Water strikes a block as shown and is deflected 30. The flow rate of the water is 1.50 kg/s, and the mass of the block is 1.30 kg. The coefficient of static friction between the block and the surface is 0.
Homework 4
Fluid Mechanics CE 3502 Fall, 2008 Due: November 6 5:30 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) For this siphon shown on the right, th
Homework 5
Fluid Mechanics CE 3502 Fall, 2008 Due Date: EXTENDED to Tuesday, November 25 5:30pm 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) A superta
Homework 6
Fluid Mechanics CE 3502 Fall, 2008 (1) A flow through a conduit is divided into two branches as shown. A gate valve, half open is installed in line A, and a gate valve, fully open, is installed in line B. The cross-sectional area of pipe A is t
9/2/2008
Fluid Mechanics 3502 Day 1
Syllabus Introduction Fluid Properties Part I
Introduction
Fluid Mechanics SMU Four tools of fluid mechanics
Fluid Mechanics For Civil Engineers is all about SMU
StoringMovingUsing-
Four tools of Fluid Mechanics
1. Know
9/9/2008
Fluid Mechanics 3502 Day 2 (Fall, 2008)
Fluid Properties Part 2
Solid-Liquid-Gas Solid under shear vs Liquid under Shear Specific Weight Compressible vs. Non-Compressible Viscosity Newtonian vs. Non-Newtonian Fluids Surface Tension Vapor Pressure
9/9/2008
Fluid Mechanics 3502 Day 2 (Fall, 2008)
Fluid Properties Part 2
Solid-Liquid-Gas Solid under shear vs Liquid under Shear Specific Weight Compressible vs. Non-Compressible Viscosity Newtonian vs. Non-Newtonian Fluids Surface Tension Vapor Pressure
9/11/2008
Fluid Mechanics 3502 Day 4 (Fall, 2008)
Vapor Pressure (very briefly) Chapter 3: Fluid Statics Part I
The The basics Gage pressure / piezometric pressure Pressure on a solid surface
Vapor Pressure
Analogy: boiling temperature
Boiling temperatur
9/16/2008
Fluid Mechanics 3502 Day 5 (Fall, 2008)
Chapter 3: Fluid Statics Part 2 Pressure on a solid surface Buoyancy
A typical pressure on flat solid surface problem
Determine the force Fapp necessary to just start opening the 2 mwide rectangular gate.
Eulers&Bernoullisequations
F=ma forinviscid,incompressibleflowofcourse! (p + z ) = aL L Alongastreamline,s(tangenttothevelocity)fora steadyflow 2 v v (p + z ) = a s = v s s = s 2 s s s 2 p + z + v s = 0 2 s 2 Integratealongthestreamline: p + z +
Bernoulli
CE 4401 Steel and Reinforced Concrete Design
CE 4401 STEEL TENSION MEMBERS
AISC Manual Part 3 and AISC Specification Chapters D, App 3 Members designed to carry only a tensile force (no shear and no bending moment):
Axial force acts through centroid of cr
CE4401 Steel and Reinforced Concrete Design
CE 4401 STEEL CONNECTION DESIGN
AISC Manual Parts 7-15 and AISC Specification Chapters J and K Types of connections
Figure of Moment versus Rotation of Various Connection Types FR: Fully-restrained connection PR
CE 4401 Steel and Reinforced Concrete Design
CE 4401 STEEL COMPRESSION MEMBERS
AISC Manual Part 4 and AISC Specification Chapters C, E LIMIT STATES OF A COLUMN 1. Serviceability (KL/r)max 200 Preferably! K = effective length factor (discussed later) L = l