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y
h
3
h
x
x
b
bh
A=
2
bh3
Ixx =
36
r
r
x
FIGURE A.1
4 r
3
r2
2
A=
x
Ixx = 0.110r4
r4
8
Ixx =
y
Centroids and moments
of inertia of plane areas
h
2
h
x
x
A = bh
Ixx =
b
x
x
L
D x
r
x
r
3
bh
12
A =
CE 3303-001
Mechanics of Solids
Spring 2013
Homework Assignment 09
1.) Arm wrestlers can develop their muscles, but they can only do so much to strengthen their bones. The
force exerted on the hand causes torsion of the humerus. Let us assume the cross-se
CE 3303-001
Mechanics of Solids
Spring 2013
Homework Assignment 01 Solutions
Problem 1
A
B
1m
1m D 1m
Given: A system comprised of wooden bars and steel
cables.
F
D
Find: Normal force in cables AD, BE and FK
1m E
3m
G
Solution:
H
4m
FBD member KL
C
1m
1m
CE 3303 001
Mechanics of Solids
Spring 2013
Homework Assignment 27
1.) Determine the equations of the elastic curve for the shaft using double integration and the x
orientation shown. What is the deflection at 6.0 m from A?
5.0 kN m
10.0 m
A
3.0 m
B
x
2.)
CE 3303-001
Mechanics of Solids
Spring 2013
Homework Assignment 09 Solutions
Problem 1
Given: The force exerted on the hand causes torsion of the humerus. Assume the cross-section of this
wrestlers humerus is approximated as hollow with an outer diameter
CE 3303-001
Mechanics of Solids
Spring 2013
Homework Assignment 05 Solutions
Problem 1
Given: A compression test conducted on a cylindrical concrete sample of 3 in. in diameter and 6 in. in
length.
Table 1: Concrete sample data
Force (lb)
Shortening (in.)
CE 3305
Date: 02/04/2014
Name:_
Quiz 5
1. Define Saturated Temperature. (in words)
Temperature at which a pure substance changes phase
2. The units and dimensions of Pressure are Pa, psi, N/m2 etc. and M/LT2, respectively. (2
Points)
3. The Ideal Mechanic
CE 3305
Date: 02/27/2014
Name:_
Quiz 12
1. Define what a Hydrometer is (in words) (1.5 Points)
A device that can be used to measure (calculate) the specific gravity of a fluid
(liquids)
2. Define Righting moment (in words) (1.5 Points)
Moment required to
CE 3305
Date: 02/25/2014
Name:_
Quiz 11
1. The resultant force on the submerged planar surface is maximum when the submerged
planar surface is vertical.
2. Describe the Archimedes Principle (in words) (2 Points)
An object wholly or partially submerged in
CE 3305
Date: 02/05/2014
Name:_
Quiz 6
1. If density is constant, any two points in the fluid can be related as (Name the process and
write the expression)
Process: Hydrostatic Equation
or
2. List 2 pressure measuring devices
Manometer, Piezometer, Bourda
CE 3305
Date: 1/23/2014
Name:_
Quiz 2
1. The Universal Gas Constant (Ru) and the specific gas constant (R) are related as
2. Temperature is an example of the Intensive property of a fluid (True/False)
3. The relationship between density () and specific we
CE 3305
Date: 1/28/2014
Name:_
Quiz 3
1. Zero velocity near the wall is also referred to as No slip condition.
2. Define Viscosity (in words)
Measure of the resistance of a fluid to deformation
3. As temperature increases, the viscosity of a liquid decrea
CE 3305
Date: 1/21/2014
Name:_
Quiz 1
1. Your undergraduate Major is Your Response Here Engineering.
2. List the assumptions made in Fluid Mechanics.
The fluid is
(a) Continuous
(b) Incompressible
(c) Newtonian
3. Define a Fluid.
A fluid is defined as a l
CE 3305
Date: 1/30/2013
Name:_
Quiz 4
1. The surface tension for the same force and length is greater for a bubble versus a droplet
(TRUE / FALSE)
2. Define Capillary Action (in words)
Rise or fall of a liquid in a small diameter tube inserted into a stat
CE 3305
Date: 04/08/2014
Name:_
Quiz 21
1. The Darcys friction factor for turbulent flow through a pipe is given by 64/Re. (True/False)
2. The Darcy-Weisbach equation for calculating Head loss in a pipe system is given by
(Write the equation and describe
CE 3305
Date: 02/11/2014
Name:_
Quiz 7: Recap
1. Define Fluid (Engineering definition based on Physics and Chemistry)
A fluid is defined as a loosely packed molecule that cannot resist shear force
2. Derived dimensions are described by two (2) or more pri
CE 3305
Date: 04/03/2014
Name:_
Quiz 20
1. In the irrotational core effects of friction are negligible.
2. The entry length
ratios for Laminar and Turbulent flows are 0.05Re and 10, respectively.
3. In Laminar flow, the average velocity is half the maximu
CE 3305
Date: 04/10/2014
Name:_
Quiz 22
1. Minor losses cannot be recovered (True/False)
2. Total headloss in a piping system is equal to major loss + minor loss.
3. The minor loss coefficient (KL) has units of meters (True/False)
4. The Darcys friction f
CE 3305
Date: 04/01/2014
Name:_
Quiz 19
1. Flow patterns that are in between Laminar and Turbulent flows are Transitional Flows.
2. Reynolds number is the ratio of Inertial Force and Viscous Force respectively.
3. Wetted perimeter is defined as the length
CE 3305
Date: 03/25/2014
Name:_
Quiz 17
1. A Pump adds energy to a system while a Turbine removes energy from a system. (2 Points)
2. Describe the Energy equation in terms of head (Write the expression and what each term in
the expression means) (3 Points
CE 3305
Date: 03/04/2014
Name:_
Quiz 13
1. List the three Conservation Laws (3 Points)
a. Conservation of mass
b. Conservation of momentum
c. Conservation of Energy
2. Reynolds Transport Theorem describes the relationship between a system and a control
vo
CE 3305
Date: 03/06/2014
Name:_
Quiz 14
1. List any four (4) assumptions made by the Bernoullis Equation (2 Points)
2. Match the definitions with their appropriate terms from the list (3 Points)
Definition
Terms
Constant Velocity along streamline
Uniform
CE 3305
Date: 03/10/2014
Name:_
Quiz 15: Recap
1. Given that A and B are two points in a fluid system and if PA PB = - 11 KPa, the fluid in
the system will move from B to A.
2. A machine containing a fluid is at a pressure of 9.5 KPa at a temperature of 3
CE 3305
Date: 03/27/2014
Name:_
Quiz 18
1. If fluid flow is idealized, EGL is Constant.
2. For open channels HGL is located at the free surface.
3. A steep drop in the EGL (or the HGL) is caused by a turbine and a steep rise is caused by a
pump.
4. EGL an
CE 3305
Date: 02/20/2014
Name:_
Quiz 10
1. The forces on submerged surfaces can be characterized by Magnitude of the force and
Location of the resultant. (2 Points)
2. For Submerged surfaces, the center of pressure (yp) is the same as the center of the ob
CE 3305
Date: 02/18/2014
Name:_
Quiz 9
1. Define Fluid (Engineering definition based on Physics and Chemistry)
A fluid is defined as a loosely packed molecule that cannot resist shear force
2. The principles of analyzing manometers can also be used to cal
CE3305 Fluids
Fall 2016 Exam 3
Name/Rnumber:_
Class:
Spears / Fedler
(circle one)
CE 3305 Mechanics of Fluids
17-18 November 2016
EXAM-3
Problems (10 pts each) Students may choose any 9 of the problems to
be graded (omit One Problem). Clearly mark with a
CE3305 Fluids
Fall 2016 Exam 3
Name/Rnumber:_
Class:
Spears / Fedler
(circle one)
CE 3305 Mechanics of Fluids
17-18 November 2016
EXAM-3
Problems (10 pts each) Students may choose any 9 of the problems to
be graded (omit One Problem). Clearly mark with a