MAE 341 - Week 2
When investigating pipe ows or boundary layer problems, the following quantities are
commonly used: mean velocity u, wall shear stress , distance from the wall y, and uid viscosity
and density . To organize experimental data, use
MAE 341 - Week 4
The tank has a plug of diameter D at
the bottom of the right wall. When the
hydrostatic force on the plug is F, it will
pop out. At this critical point, what is
the reading h1 on the manometer on
the left side? (SG1, SG
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MAE 341 - Week 3
A liquid ows steadily through a pipe and as it passes through a pump, the liquid pressure rises by
p. Assume that the pressure difference p depends on the pump diameter D, the angular
velocity of the rotor , volume ow rate Q and li
MAE 341 - Week 5
Two metal balls are submerged in a liquid and they
balance each other. SG1, D1, SG2 are given.
Derive the relationship between D2 and the specic
gravity of the liquid SG3.
A cylindrical rod is hinged at B
MAE 341 - Week 1
As an airplane starts ascending, the lift produced by the air on its two wings is inuenced by the
following parameters: the angle between the wing and the direction of ight relative to the air (or
the angle of attack) , the air den