Thermal Fluid And Mechanical Measurements In Electronics
ME 7348

Summer 2008
Last Revised: Fall 2016
Laboratory Guide
ME 2131 Thermodynamic
s
Laboratory
Southern Methodist University
Mechanical Engineering Department
Page

1
Format of
Lab Reports:
Lab reports should be
typed in
and should begin with a cover page
(Textbook Chp 2.7
Thermal Fluid And Mechanical Measurements In Electronics
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Answers and Hints for Problem Set #13
1189) Solution Outline: FBD of the airplane at lift off (vertical forces only):
FL
U
W
Lift and weight balance just as the plane lifts off the ground. Assuming the same wing
configuration and atmospheric conditions,
Thermal Fluid And Mechanical Measurements In Electronics
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Summer 2008
Answers and Hints for Problem Set #10
4116) Solution Outline: Use equation 433 to compute the vorticity vector. [Note: the book
uses to represent the vorticity vector instead of .]
Answer: 0 the flow is irrotational.
1038C) Solution Outline: See pp. 53
Thermal Fluid And Mechanical Measurements In Electronics
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Answers and Hints for Problem Set #2
371) (a) Solution Outline: Use equation 319 with yc hc 4m and p 0 0 .
Answer: FR 2.84 kN
(b) Solution Outline: By symmetry, the center of pressure (c.p.) is on a vertical line
through the center of the window. The ve
Thermal Fluid And Mechanical Measurements In Electronics
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ME2350
Department of Mechanical Engineering SMU
LabVIEW Learning Lab #1: Temperature Measurements
Objective
1) To get familiar with the LabVIEW user interface, to learn the basic control of LabVIEW, and
to know about the basic connection between NI myDAQ