AUB MECH-314: Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Final Cheat Sheet
D = + (V )
Conservation of Mass:
0 = + V
0 = + V + V
Using = 0 and Ma < 0.3 we get incompressible continuity: V = 0
Conservation of Linear
This question paper consists of ? printed pages, each of which is identified by the Code Number CIVE 140001
UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS
May/June 2004 Examination for the degree of BEng/ MEng Civil Engineering
This question paper consists of 3 printed pages, each of which is identified by the Code Number CIVE 140001
UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS
May/June 2002 Examination for the degree of BEng/ MEng Civil Engineering
Time allowed: 2 hours Attempt 4 quest
Mer331 Fluid Mechanics Final Exam Equation Sheet
Specific gravity : SG
Hydrostatic Equation :
Some mass moments of inertia:
Ideal gas Law : P RT
Newton' s Law of Viscosity :
Volume of a spher
FLUID MECHANICS D203
SAE SOLUTIONS TUTORIAL 3 BOUNDARY LAYERS
SELF ASSESSMENT EXERCISE 1
1. A smooth thin plate 5 m long and 1 m wide is placed in an air stream moving at 3 m/s with its
length parallel with the flow. Calculate the drag force on each side
FLUID MECHANICS TUTORIAL No. 3 BOUNDARY LAYER THEORY In order to complete this tutorial you should already have completed tutorial 1 and 2 in this series. This tutorial examines boundary layer theory in some depth.
When you have completed this tutorial, y
The Reynolds Transport Theorem (Section 4-5, engel and Cimbala) Recall from Thermodynamics: A system is a quantity of matter of fixed identity. No mass can cross a system boundary. A control volume is a region in space chosen for study. Mass can cross a c
1 The density of a sample o f sea water is 1.99 slug/ft3. What i s its SI value.
2. A cubic meter of air at 10lkPa and 15 degrees C weighs 12 N. What is its specific volume?
3. The specific volume o f a certain perfect gas at 2OOkPa and 40 de
dV + AoutvdA AinvdA = 0
+ vdA vdA = 0
v dV + Aoutvv dA Ainvv dA = CV gdV AcvnpdA
To calculate forces in external flows (jets): (FOSF
+ v x x + v y x + v z x = g x
+ 2x +
2v y 2v y 2v y
+ 2 +
= g y
ME332 Final Exam Lecture section 2 (MWF: 3:00 - 3:50) April 30, 2003
Name: Student No.
1. There are four problems. Allocate your time and eort to maximize your points.
2. Layout your work clearly and show your reasoning.
3. This is an o