Lecture 5
Thursday Sept 12, 2013
Rotation and Shear Stress
We want to consider how a fluid element moves
Look at the velocity gradient
velocity field
We can think of using a Taylor-Series
expansion of the velocity at Q in
terms of the velocity at point P

Aerospace 508 Foundations of Fluid Mechanics
Problem Set 4 Solutions (Note: Curries uses F(z) for my w(z) and W(z) for my dw/dz)
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Aerospace 508 Foundations of Fluid Mechanics
Problem Set 1 (Solutions)
Due: September 6, 2012
1. Given the following Lagrangian particle paths
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x1 e 2t (c1 2 3 ) 1 2 3 (t t 2 )
2 4
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x3 c3
a) Find the material velocity components.

HOMEWORK 4
AEROSPACE 508
FOUNDATIONS OF FLUID MECHANICS
Due 10/27/2016 Thursday 3:05 pm
A Rankine oval 2 m long and l m
high is immersed in a stream U. = 10 m/s,
as in Fig. P8.37. Estimate (a) the velocity l0m/s
at point A and (b) the location of point B

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AEROSPACE 508 Take-home exam
Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
Fall 2003
Due : 12/16/03 Tuesday 10 am
Team work is not allowed in this examination
No exam results will be accepted after 10 am on 12/16/2003
You are supposed to generate the equivalent of thre