Rodriguez
ENGINEERING MECHANICS 341 FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY
Name of Experiment: Jet Momentum
Objective:
To determine the magnitude of the force of a water jet upon a flat plate and a hemispherical cup and to
compare those values with those calculated u

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EM 340 Homework set #11
(Due date: May 10) Note: This is a combined #11 and #12 Homework set
8.20 A 40 km/hr wind is blowing parallel to a storage, as shown in the figure. Estimate
the normal force on a 0.5 m high and 1m long window, if the front door was

EM 340 Homework set #5
(Due date: March 8)
4.4. The container shown in the figure is filled with water. The water discharges through
a hole of area A2 at the lower right.
a) Develop an expression for the discharge velocity V2.
b) At which rate the water l

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EM 340 Homework set #3
(Due date: Feb. 22)
2. A hydraulic jack is used to lift a 5 metric ton weight. The diameter of the small piston
is 1 cm and of the large piston is 6 cm. Using the geometry of the handle, as shown in the
figure, determine the force F

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1. A uniform pressure is acting on a plate 0.5m tall and 3.0 m wide. Assuming the
pressure difference between the two sides of the plate is 0.05 atm, then calculate the
resultant force.
Solution
2. Identical bricks 0.1 m wide, and weighting 2 kg are place

Fluid Mechanics: Summer AE340
Section 1: Midterm (July 23, 2015)
Closed book, Time: 1hr 40 mins, Total points: 40
Answer all questions
1. Find V in Fig. 1. The upper plate is moving with U by an applied force F. The lower plate
is stationary and a lies be

Calculations
Q (gpm)
P (psi)
Q (ft^3/s)
P
(lb/ft^2)
Head Loss (total)
v (ft/s)
Re
f
Head Loss (pipe)
Head Loss (elbow)
K (elbow)
gpm to ft^3/s conversion
psi to lb/ft^2
conversion
1.712
1.706
1.718
1.7
1.694
1.671
1.653
1.641
1.618
1.565
1.524
1.465
1.418

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ENGINEERING MECHANICS 341 FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY PIPE FLOW EXPERIMENT
Introduction:
The name of this experiment is Pipe Flow. The purpose of this lab is to observe the variation of head loss
with velocity for the flow of water through a sm

RODRIGUEZ 1
ENGINEERING MECHANICS 341 FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY PIPE FLOW EXPERIMENT
Introduction:
The Name of this experiment is Pipe Flow. The purpose of this lab is to observe the variation of head loss
with velocity for the flow of water through a sm

8.2
8.4. The velocity potential in the first quadrant is given by 2 = 5(x 2 z 2 ) . Provide an
expression for the velocity vector along a line z = 2.
Solution:
u=
= 10xw =
= 10z
x
z
The velocity vector along z =2 is then q = (u, w) = (10x, 20)

Solution for homework set #8
5.17. A conical funnel of diameter D = 30cm is filled with oil and the fluid exits at the
bottom of a long vertical pipe, as shown. The oil level in the upper conical part is H1 =
20 cm, the pipe inner diameter is d = 1 cm and

Solutions to homework set #6
4.20. Air is drawn into a wind tunnel during automobile testing, as shown
in the Figure. A simple manometer measures the velocity in terms of
water column height h. If the velocity at the test section is 120 km/h, then
calcula

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MARTIN 1
ENGINEERING MECHANICS 341 FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY
Name of Experiment: WIND TUNNEL
Objective:
To observe the flow of air about an airfoil at both low speed and supersonic speed and to
describe the observed flows. To observe pressure variation i

MARTIN 1
ENGINEERING MECHANICS 341 FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY PIPE FLOW EXPERIMENT
Introduction:
The Name of this experiment is Pipe Flow. The purpose of this lab is to observe the variation of head loss
with velocity for the flow of water through a small

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EM340 Midterm Exam #1
Ck.1- 1.(25%) The U tube shown in the figure is filled with an unknown liquid up to a height of
110 = O.2m. At what RPM there will be no liquid in the left arm of the U tube (assume R =
0.25m). Does the

Problem 2-13:
Given:
Tair1 ( 25 273.15)K
Tair1 = 25C
Pgauge 210000 Pa
3
V 0.025 m
Find: Pressure rise in tire when air temperature in tire rises to 50C.
T2 ( 50 273.15)K
Also, determine the amount of air to bleed off to restore the pressure at this temper

Problem 3-12:
Given:
h 1 0.4 m
kg
h2o 1000
hg 13600
3
m
h 2 0.6m
h 3 0.8m
oil 850
kg
3
m
kg
3
m
Determine: the gauge pressure of the air in the tank.
Patm 1 atm
P1 h2o g h 1 oil g h 2 hg g h 3 = Patm
Solution:
P1 Patm = g hg h 3 h2o h 1 oil h 2 = Pga

EM340Homeworkset#3
(Duedate:Sept.26)
solution
W
10g
=
S D2 / 4
Thepressureinthesmalltube= p = gh
4
Therefore h =
= 1.273m
100 D 2
Theaddedvolumeinthetube= V = h S = 127.3cm 3
V 127.3 10 6
=
= 1.6 10 4 m(0.16mm)
Thepistonsinksby
2
S
0.1 / 4
Thepressur

EM 340 Homework set #11
(Due date: May 10) Note: This is a combined #11 and #12 Homework set
8.20 A 40 km/hr wind is blowing parallel to a storage, as shown in the figure. Estimate
the normal force on a 0.5 m high and 1m long window, if the front door was

EM 340 Homework set #9
(Due date: April 21)
6.11. The length of a proposed submarine is 100 m and the planned speed is 20 km/hr. In
order to estimate the power requirements for the propulsion system, the vehicle resistance
must be evaluated. It was propos

Basics of Fluid Mechanics
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Chapter 3
PRESSURE AND FLUID
STATICS
Objectives
Determine the variation of pressure in a fluid at rest
Calculate pressure using various kinds of manometers
Calculate the forces exerted by a fluid at rest on plane
or curved submerged surfaces
Analyze t

Fluid Mechanics: Fall 2015 AE340
Ch 2
Sample problems:
1. The ideal gas equation of state is very simple, but its range of applicability is limited. A more
a
RT
2
accurate equation for real gas is the Van der Waals equation of state given by P =
vb v
whe

Chapter 2
PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS
Objectives
Understand the continuum approximation.
Have a working knowledge of the basic properties of
fluids.(vapor pressure, specific heats, compressibility)
viscosity.
surface tension.
2
INTRODUCTION
Property: Any ch

Chapter 1: Problems + Solutions
1. A uniform pressure is acting on a plate 0.5m tall and 3.0 m wide. Assuming the
pressure difference between the two sides of the plate is 0.05 atm, then calculate the
resultant force.
Solution
2. Identical bricks 0.1 m wi