LAB #7 MATLAB
By
Dennis Martinez
CE 331
Section #001
10/18/2016
Problem 1
a) What forces must be considered in this solution?
The main forces that need to be considered are the anchoring force and pressure. The
weight of the nozzle and water are so small
CE 3500 Fluid Mechanics Fall 2014
Exercises
1 Tire pressure
A tire having a volume of 3 ft3 (0.085 m3) contains air at a gage pressure of 26 psi (179 kPa) and
a temperature of 70 F (21C). The atmospheric pressure is p atm =14.7 psi (101 kPa). The ideal
ga
LAB 4 BUOYANCE
By
Dennis Martinez
Neff Maraff
Bethany March
Rachael Miera
CE 331
9/24/16
Background
The story of buoyance begins with Archimedes sitting in the bathtub. While bathing Archimedes
discovered that the water in the tub was displaced in equal p
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2. 28 A11 imrerted U~111be mmomem containing 011 (SG= O. 8-)
is located between two waits as showu in Fig. P2. ZBJIhe
reservoir on the left which contains ombon tenachl'oride is
closed and pressunzed to 9 psi. the 1ese1voi
clear
m=.599;% mass in kg.
Q=(0:.01:2)*.001; %Flow rate in m^3/s.
A1=(pi*.016^2)/4; %Area in m^2.
A2=(pi*.005^2)/4;%Area in m^2.
v1=Q/A1; %Velocity in m/s.
v2=Q/A2; %Velocity in m/s.
wn=.981; %Weight of the nozzle in Newtons.
ww=.0294; %Weight of the wate
u .,
Consider Ioules experiment shown in Fig. 2.2. To appreciate the measure-
ment accuracy required, consider the following specic example. The insu-
lated container contains 500 g of water, initially at room temperature [20 (2]
and atmosyheric pressure
Depth in f
0
1.5
2
3
4.5
Fluid 1 gauge pressure in psi
0
0.7726
1.019
1.47
2.139
Fluid 2 gauge pressure in psi
0
0.7726
1.019
1.47
2.139
0
0.7358
0.9674
1.406
2.031
Fluid 1
P 2.5
r
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2
s
s
u 1.5
r
e
1
i
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p
s
i
0
R = 0.9983416068
0
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1.5
2
2.5
3
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Hydrostatic Pressure, Forces on a Plane Surface
Lab 3
Dennis Martinez
Neff Malarff
Bethany March
Rachael Miera
Background
According to Donald Young, hydrostatic pressure is pressure exerted by or existing within a
liquid at rest with respect to adjacent b
Background
According to Donald Young, hydrostatic pressure is pressure exerted by or existing within a
liquid at rest with respect to adjacent bodies. The mass of a fluid combines with gravity to
create a force that acts on an object. This force per unit
LAB #1: PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS
Dennis Martinez
CE 331
Section #001
8/30/2016
Background
Water is classified as a fluid. According to Donald Young, A fluid is defined as a substance that
deforms continuously when acted on by a shearing stress of any magnitu
LAB #6: REYNOLDS TRANSPORT
By
Dennis Martinez
CE 331
Section #001
10/15/2016 9
fl
Reynolds Transport Theorem Crowd Sourcing
The Reynolds Transport experiment began by dening the control volume. Each corner of the
crosswalk was designated as a control volu
[,7 The volume rate of flow, Q, through a pipe containing .a
sioWiy moving liquid is given by the equation
of? Ap
8M
whete R is the pipe radius, Ap the presume drop along the pipe,
[1. a uid property called viscosity (FL-1T), and f the length of
pipe. Wha
HOME WORK #2 EXPREMENT FOR S-N CURVE
By
Dennis Martinez
CE 305
Tuesday Lab
10/21/2016
Objective
The purpose of this fatigue test is to develop an S-N graph using the UTM Intron. The S in the
graph stands for stress, and the N stands for the number of cycl
LAB #6: REYNOLDS TRANSPORT
By
Dennis Martinez
CE 331
Section #001
10/15/2016
Reynolds Transport Theorem Crowd Sourcing
The Reynolds Transport experiment began by defining the control volume. Each corner of the
crosswalk was designated as a control volume
Dennis Martinez
CE 375
Homework #4
9/26/16
Production Rates Analyses
Background
This experiment examined how having more people working on a single project does not
nessacarly result in a higher production rate. The experment began with one indivdual sort
Diffusion in Fluids
Lab 2
Dennis Martinez
Neff Malarff
Bethany March
Rachael Miera
9/15/2016
Background
1
Diffusion is defined as the movement of a fluid from an area of higher concentration to an area
of lower concentration. Diffusion is a result of the
Dennis Martinez
CE 375
Homework #4
9/26/16
Production Rates Analyses
Background
This experiment examined how having more people working on a single project does not
nessacarly result in a higher production rate. The experment began with one indivdual sort
LAB 4 BUOYANCYE
By
Dennis Martinez
Neff Maraff
Bethany March
Rachael Miera
CE 331
9/24/16
Background
The story of buoyance begins with Archimedes sitting in the bathtub. While bathing Archimedes
discovered that the water in the tub was displaced in equal
LAB #5: BERNOULLI PRESSURE
By
Dennis Martinez
Neff Malouf
Bethany March
Rachael Miera
CE 331
Section #001
10/1/2016
FOUNTAIN
Background
In 1738 a man named Daniel Bernoulli published a book by the name Hydrodynamica. The main
topic of Hydodynamica was the
Procedure for the Ro-Tap Sieve Shaker
Phase 1: The experiment began by getting the empty weight of measuring bowl. The scale was
then tarred with the measuring bowel placed on top, and then 500g of course aggregate was
placed inside and weighed. Next, the