Week 2
LECTURE 2: VISCOSITY AND SURFACE TENSION
TOPICS:
I. Viscosity
a. Derivation of Governing Equation
b. In-Class Example
II. Surface Tension
a. Derivation of Governing Equation
b. In-Class Example
From the last lecture density and specific weight meas
Week 4
1
Week 4: LAYERED FLUIDS, PRESSURE PRISMS
TOPICS:
I. Pressure Prism Approach
II. Pressurized Tank Example
III. In-Class Layered Fluid Example
IV. In-Class Example Floating Gate
We can use a graphical solution approach to determine the
magnitude and
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Homework
Problems
Chapter 1
Section 1.4 Measures of Fluid Mass and Weight
Section 1.2 Dimensions, Dimensional Homogeneity,
and Units
1.17 Obtain a photograph/image of a situation in which the
density or specific weight of a fluid i
Dimension and Physical
Properties of fluids
Chaopeng Shen
Assistant Professor
CE 360
Last survey
Derivative
Take a step along the slope
Content
What is fluid?
Key properties
The continuum assumption
Unit system
Pressure
What is fluid?
Can you think of
Week #2 Viscosity, Surface Tension,
and Fluid Statics
Viscosity
Derivation of Governing
Equation
In-Class Example
Surface Tension
Derivation of Governing
Equation
In-Class Example
Fall 2011
In-Class Viscosity
Example
Fluid StaticsOverview
Pressur
Week #4 Fluid Statics IV
Hydrostatic force on a
plane surface
Example
Exercise
Pressure Prisms
Example
Exercise
Example
Buoyancy
Definition
Pressurized Tank
Example
Layered Fluids Example
Fall 2011
Hydrostatic force on a
curved surface
Archim
Week #2 Viscosity, Surface Tension,
and Fluid Statics
Viscosity
Derivation of Governing
Equation
In-Class Example
Surface Tension
Derivation of Governing
Equation
In-Class Example
Fall 2011
In-Class Viscosity
Example
Fluid StaticsOverview
Pressur
Week #5 Thats right More Truly
Awesome Fluid Statics
Stability
Terms in Fluid Dynamics
Fully Submerged case
Floating bodies
Example
Exercise
Pressure Variation in a
Fluid with Rigid Body
Motion
Concept
Example
Review of hydrostatics
Fall 2011
Defin
Viscosity and surface tension
Chaopeng Shen
Assistant Professor
CE 360
Objectives
Be able to re-tell the two slabs experiment
Recall
From last lecture we discussed density and
specific weight as measures of the heaviness
of a fluid.
The specific weight
Review Chapter 2-3
equn_03_73
Use Archimedes principal to calculate resultant forces on submerged bodies
Write out meanings of terms used in buoyancy and Bernoulli
Simple applications of Bernoulli
figun_02_23
eq_02_19
eq_02_19
prob_02_74
fig_02_16
fig_
Week 7
1
WEEK 7:ENERGY LINE & HYDRAULIC GRADE LINE
TOPICS:
I. Cavitation
a. Definition & Illustration
b. In-Class Example 1
II. Energy Line-Hydraulic Grade Line
a. Definitions & Illustrations
b. In-Class Example 2
I. Cavitation
A. Definition & Illustratio
Chapter 2. Fluid Statics
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Review Chapter 2 Skill Set
Write out meanings of terms used in hydrostatics
Calculate pressure at various locations in a fluid at rest
Use hydrostatic pressure to evaluate manometers
Determine magnitude, location and dire
CE360 - Week 1
1
WEEK 1: DIMENSIONS, PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
TOPICS:
I. What is a fluid?
a. Key Properties
b. The Continuum Assumption
II. DimensionsUnits
a. Dimensional Homogeneity
b. In-Class Exercise
c. Systems of Units
III. Measures of Fluid Mass & Weight
Review Quiz 1
What are the 6 forces typically involved in fluid mechanics problems
What are the fluid properties associated with each of the forces
What are the dimensions of common physical quantities
Understand dimensional homogeneity of equations
Week 5
LECTURE 8: BUOYANCY, FLOTATION, AND STABILITY
TOPICS:
I. Archimedes Principle
II. Stability
III. In-Class Examples
I. Archimedes Principle
Buoyant force, FB:
1
Week 5
2
We can quantify the buoyant force based on Archimedes
Principle which states th
Week 3
1
Week 3: FORCES ON PLANE SURFACES
TOPICS:
0. Manometer examples
I. Hydrostatic Force on a Plane
a. Case 1: Horizontal Surface
b. Case 2: Inclined Surface
II. Example Inclined Plane Calculation
III. In-Class Example
0. Manometer example I
Given:
Fi
Week 8
1
Week 8a: FLUID KINEMATICS
TOPICS:
I. Field Representation of Flow
a. Definitions
b. Acceleration Field
c. In-Class Exercise for Acceleration Field
II. Material Derivative
a. Definition
b. Unsteady/Convective Effects
c. In-Class Example
III. Strea
Week 6
1
Week 6: BERNOULLI EQUATION-APPLICATIONS
TOPICS:
I. Terms for Fluid Dynamics
II. F = ma along a stream line
a. Force Balance Analysis
b. In-Class Example
III. Bernoulli Equation
a. Final Derivation
b. Physical Meaning
IV. Overview of Applications
Week 9
1
WEEK 9: MOMENTUM
TOPICS:
I. Newtons 2nd Law
a. Linear Momentum Equation
b. Simplifications
c. Linear Momentum for 1-D Flow
II. In-Class Example 1: Pipe Bend
III. In-Class Example 2: Sluice Gate
IV. Moment of Momentum Equation
a. Definition
b. 1-D