Homework Set #1:
Due date: 01/23/14
Please see TA instruction posted on the blackboard for homework submission protime and
location.
Problem #1:
Consider a spherical particle falling freely in a large fluid body. It is found experimentally that
the termin

Homework Set #5:
Due date: 10/19/10, by 12:00 pm.
Problem #1:
Solve Problem 3A.1 in Chapter 3 of BSL.
Problem #2:
The annular space between two coaxial long circular pipes is filled with a viscous, Newtonian
fluid. The radii of the inner and outer wetted

Homework Set #2:
Due date: 09/16/10 by 12:00 pm
Problem #1:
A thin plate of 30x60x0.1 cm3 size is falling vertically in a narrow slit as shown in Fig 1. The
plate thickness is assumed to be negligible as compared to the slit width of 1.5 cm. The slit is
f

Homework Set #3:
Due date: 09/30/10, by 12:00 pm
Problem #1:
Two immiscible fluids A and B are flowing in laminar flow between two parallel plates. Is it
possible that the velocity profiles would be of the following form? Explain
Problem #2:
Solve problem

Homework Set #4:
Due date: 10/12/10, by 12:00 pm
Problem # 1:
A Newtonian fluid fills a long cylindrical tube of radius R held vertically as shown. The tube
wall is moving upward with velocity V < 0 (V is less than zero if the tube is moving up and z is
d