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Possible questions for the final exam CEE 3500 Fall 2005
Part 3 Pipe flow (2), Open Channel Flow, Flow Measurements
[88]. The presence of a pump in a pipe flow diagram is represented by a sudden _ in the HGL
and EL.
(a) increase (b) decrease (c) flattenin
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Possible questions for the final exam CEE 3500 Fall 2005
Part 1 Fluid properties, Statics
[1]. What is the basic unit of force in the British Gravitational (BG) system of units?
[2]. What is the basic unit of mass in the British Gravitational (BG) system
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Possible questions for the final exam CEE 3500 Fall 2005
Part 2 Fluid dynamics, similitude, pipe flow (1)
[38]. An ideal fluid is one where no friction (viscous) effects are present. Another term for ideal fluid
is _ fluid.
(a) turbulent (b) unsteady (c)
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CEE 3500 Fall 2005 Final Exam
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Sample Problems for Final Exam CEE 3500 Sample 4 [New problem [1]
[1]. The most efficient trapezoidal crosssection for uniform flow is half of a regular hexagon, as
illustrated in the figure below. What is the bottom width b and the depth of flow y for t
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Sample Problems for Final Exam CEE 3500 Sample 1
[1].
A flow rate of 2.1 m3/s is to be carried in an open channel at a velocity of 1.3 m/s. Determine the
dimensions of the channel cross section and required slope if the cross section is (a) rectangular, w
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direction of the resultant force on the stationary blade in Fig. P6.15,
knowing that 5 = 5 0fps and Dj = 6 in. Note that the jet is divided by
the splitter so tha
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Assignment No. 2
[1]. (Problem 2.1, page 41). If the specific weight of a gas is 12.40 N/m3, what is its
specific volume in m3/kg?
[2]. (Problem 2.6, page 41). At a depth of 4 miles in
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53 Water flows through a long, horizontal,
conical diCiuser at the rate of 4.2 m3/s.The
diameter of the diffuser changes from
1.0 m to 1.6 m. The pressure at the smaller
end is 9.5 k Pa. Find the pressure at the
downstrea
CEE 3500  Fall 2005  Assignment 11  Solutions
5.26 ln Fig. PS.26, a ssume water 1s flowing and
neglect 311 he:jd los%osxccpr a t d tscharge.
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d . '11) f t. thc ~ hroiltd iameter i s rworhtrds
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5:
5.40 A ssume ideal fluid. The pressure at section 1
in the Fig. P5.40 is 10 psi, V, = 15 fps,
V2 = 50 fps, and y = 60 Ib/ft? ( a ) D etermine
the reading on the manometer. ( h ) If t he
downstream piezometer were rep
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Sample Problems for Final Exam CEE 3500 Sample 2
[1].
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[4].
The depth of flow over a rectangular broadcrested weir is measured to be 0.6 ft. What is the
subcritical depth of flow upstream from the broadcrested weir for this case if the weir has