Muskat Equation (1935)
p ws = p exp[ t ] . (1)
p p ws = exp[ t ] . (2)
Taking the derivative of (2) with respect to time (t);
dp ws
= exp[ t ] . (3)
dt
Rearranging:
1 dp ws
= exp[ t ] . (4)
dt
Substituting Eq. (4) into Eq. (2) yields:
p ws = p
1 dp ws
.
re/rwa=50
(q)MP=620 STBD at (qDd)MP=1
(t)MP=280 days at (tDd)MP=1
re/rwa=50
(q)MP=620 STBD at (qDd)MP=1
(t)MP=280 days at (tDd)MP=1
(t)MP=280 days at (tDd)MP=1
(q)MP=620 STBD at (qDd)MP=1
Dp=Pi-Pwf (5790-850)=4940psi
(t ) MP
(q ) MP
1
N=
pct (t Dd ) MP (q
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September 21, 1995
MAE 533 HW #2
MAE 533 Fluid Dynamics, Problem set #2
1
(Professor Harvey Lam)
1.
Given a box of ordinary size (characteristic length about one meter) with
a vaccuum inside. There is a small hole (diameter about 1mm) on the side of
the b
MAE 533, Supplementary Notes:
September 15, 1995
(URL: http:/www.princeton.edu/~lam/course/mae533.html)
In this fluid mechanics course, we will have occasions to use vector
calculus a lot. I have collected in the following some of the main central
concept
September 29, 1995
MAE 533 HW #3
MAE 533 Fluid Dynamics, Problem set #3
1
(Professor Harvey Lam)
1.
The substantial derivative of a scalar such as is denoted by D/Dt. In
Cartesian coordinates, we have:
D
= t + u x + v y + w z
Dt
(u,v,w are the componen
MAE 533
Supplementary Notes
Glauert Identity
Here is an integral equation for (x)
1
1
( )d
=B
x
1
(I)
where B is a constant. We need to say that the principle value of the improper
integral is to be used on the right hand side (my word processor doesn't l
October 6, 1995
MAE 533 HW #2
MAE 533 Fluid Dynamics, Problem set #4
10/6/1995
1
(Professor Harvey Lam)
Right after you getting your graduate degree, you are appointed by a
leading university to be an assistant professor in fluid mechanics. Your
chairpers
October 13, 1995
MAE 533 HW #2
MAE 533 Fluid Dynamics, Problem set #5
10/13/1995
1
(Professor Harvey Lam)
Because you did such a good job at the design of the subsonic wind
tunnet, your chairperson is very impressed. He/she calls you to his/her office
aga
November 22, 1995
MAE 533 HW #2
1
Supplementary Notes
MAE 533 Fluid Dynamics
Look into the reference books to find out what Biot-Savart Law is. Just
know what it is. Not the derivation.
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Let the 2-dimensional flow field be described
October 20, 1995
MAE 533 HW #2
MAE 533 Fluid Dynamics, Problem set #6
10/201995
1
(Professor Harvey Lam)
(1) Pratt and Whitney also donated a compressor to your department, also
claimed to be an isentropic compressor.
So you decided to build a jet engine
November 13, 1995
MAE 533 HW #2
MAE 533 Fluid Dynamics, Problem set #7
10/13/1995
1
(Professor Harvey Lam)
Read Chapters 6 and 8 of Li and Lam.
I won't spend much time on stream functions, except to say here that it
is a very useful thing to know but only
MAE 533
12/7/95
1
MAE 533
Assignment #10
December 7, 1995
1.
In linearized (3-D) compressible aerodynamics, the velocity field is
represented by:
V = ex U + U
where (x,y,z) is the perturbation velocity potential, and is a small
parameter representing the