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Text: Munson, etal, Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, 7th Ed, John Wiley
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the barometric pressure is 758 mm Hg.
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Text: Munson, etal, Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, 7th Ed, John Wiley
" The text , Book and Lecture, will 'teach' you little unless are willing
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Fluid Mechanics
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Intro to fluids -15
Dr. Florio
Fluid mechanics
Basis for all forms of engineering: chemical, civil, mechanical, electrical.
Deals with : statics, ki
Statics
An important application in fluids occurs under the
conditions where relative to some observer a body of
fluid is at rest or there is no relative motion between
neighboring fluid particles ,
Input:
syms s t
X = (0.2*s + 0.4)/(2*s^2 + 4*s + 20);
x = ilaplace(X);
pretty(x)
t = 0:0.1:10;
x = 0.1.*exp(-t).*(cos(3*t)+(sin(3*t)/3);
plot(t,x)
grid
xlabel time
ylabel x(t)
Result:
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sin(3 t) \
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to body ant-i the front and rear springs. Figure 9-49[h5I:10WS the counling of thi
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ME 305
Introduction to System Dynamics
T ext-Book: K. Ogata, SYSTEM DYNAMICS, Prentice-Hall, 4th Ed. 2004.
Prerequisites: ME 231, Mech 236 and Math 222
Topic Reading Homework
Introduction, Complex A
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