Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME333 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Homework #8, assigned 5/24/13, due 5/31/13
Problem 1
9 m3 /s of water ows through a turbine in a hydro electric power plant. The elevation
between the water in the dam and the turb
ME 333 Fluid Mechanics Homework 3 Solutions
Nick Stelzenmuller
April 26, 2013
Problem 1
Problem Statement:
Air at atmospheric conditions is drawn into a compressor at a steady rate of 15 f t3 /s.
The compression ratio is Pout /Pin = 10, and the evolution
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME333 Fluid Mechanics
DepartmentHomework #3. Assigned 4/15/11, due 4/22/1
of Mechanical Engineering
ME333 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Homework #3, assigned 4/19/13, due 04/26/13
Problem Problem 1
1
ir at atmospheri
HW 5
6.5. CHAPTER 6, PROBLEM 5
ME 333 Fluid Mechanics
Instructor: Jonathan D. Posner
6.5 Chapter 6, Problem
Due Feb 10, 2014
679
5
1. The gure depictsProblem: The channel whose width (out of the page) is 4h. of thevelocity is constant throughout the
an in
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME333 Fluid Mechanics
Homework #7. Assigned 5/11/12, due 5/18/12
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME333 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Homework #7, assigned 5/17/13, due 5/24/13
Problem 1
Flow comes out of a water
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME333 Fluid Mechanics
Homework #1. Assigned 4/1/16, due 4/8/16
Problem 1
A gas may be considered rarefied, that is, it can not be studied with theories based on the
continuum assumption, if it contains less than 1012 m
Fluid Mechanics ME 333
Homework #3
Due 4/21/17 at beginning of class
Problem 1 (10 pts)
Consider the plunger of a syringe being depressed at a speed of Vplunger m/s. If the area of the syringe is
Asyringe, derive an expression for the velocity of fluid ou
Fluid Mechanics ME 333
Homework #5
Due 5/8/17 at beginning of class
Problem 1 (20 pts)
The fluid velocity along the x axis inside a nozzle changes from 7 m/s at point A, to 22 m/s at point
B (see figure). The velocity changes linearly with distance inside
Fluid Mechanics ME 333
Homework #4
Due 4/28/17 at beginning of class
Problem 1 (20 pts)
A liquid jet impinges on a turbine blade moving it at a constant velocity.
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
Would the velocities at the inlet and outlet be the same?
Derive an expressio
As the atmospheric pressure on Mars is much lower than that on Earth,
you would not survive on Mars unless you designed and built a pressurized
habitat that had a pressure equal to Earth's atmospheric pressure.
Since you designed the exploratory vessel wi
P1 will be equal to P2 only if we assume that sulfur hexaouride is incompressible,
which is a stretch. Knowing that the uid is compressible, the equations would no
longer be applicable as is since the relationships for compressible uids are much
more comp
Fluid Mechanics ME 333
Homework #2
Due 4/14/17 at beginning of class
Problem 1 (10 pts)
You recently acquired a hydraulic press that is designed as shown. There is a plunger connected to a lever
which multiplies the force applied at the handle Fh by a fac
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME333 Fluid Mechanics
Homework #4, assigned 4/22/16, due 04/29/16
Problem 1
Water accumulates in a dam up to height h over the level of the river downstream. The dam wall has a curved surface that extends downstream a
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME333 Fluid Mechanics
Homework #7, assigned 5/13/16, due 05/20/16
Problem 1
Flow comes out of a water reservoir from a pipe that is at a depth h1 below
the free surface. The diameter of the pipe changes from D1 to D2 =
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME333 Fluid Mechanics
Homework #6, assigned 5/06/16, due 05/13/16
Problem 1
Consider steady, fully developed, incompressible flow imposed on a thin layer
of fluid between two parallel, infinite plates by the two two pl
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME333 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Solutions Homework #1
Problem 1
D = 1012 molecules/mm3 , NA = 6.023 1023 molecules/mole
T = 188 K; P V = n Ru T , Ru = 8.314 J/(mole K)
1012 molecules
12
6.023 101 23mole
1 mm3
mo
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME333 Fluid Mechanics
Homework #5, assigned 4/29/16, due 05/06/16
Problem 1
The fluid velocity along the x axis inside a nozzle changes from 6 m/s at
point A, to 18 m/s at point B (see figure). The velocity changes lin
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME333 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Solutions Homework #1
Problem 1
D = 1010 molecules/mm3 , NA = 6.023 1023 molecules/mole
T = 202 K; P V = n Ru T , Ru = 8.314 J/(mole K)
1010 molecules
14
6.023 101 23mole
1 mm3
mo
Fluid Mechanics ME 333
Homework #7
Due 5/26/17 at beginning of class
Problem 1 (20 pts)
Water flows through the coils of a heat exchanger as shown in the figure. The tubes are 3 cm in
diameter and are made out of extruded aluminum. If the flow rate is 0.1
Fluid Mechanics ME 333
Homework #8
Due 6/2/17 at beginning of class
Problem 1 (20 pts)
A hydrofoil 0.36 m long and 1.82 m wide is placed in a seawater flow of 12.2 m/s.
Estimate the boundary layer thickness at the end of the plate
Estimate the drag due
Final Exam
ME 333 Fluid Mechanics
Instructor: Jonathan D. Posner
March 21, 2013
Show all your work and derive your solutions from rst principals where possible. If you do not use rst principals, provide
some written explanation of where the solution you h
HWl Solutions ME333: Fluids Prof. Posner
1. A gas at 20 degrees C may be considered rareed, deviating from the continuum concept, when
it contains less than1012 molecules per cubic millimeter. If Avogadros number is 6.023 1023
molecules per mole, what abs
HW 3 Solutions
ME 333 Fluid Mechanics
Air: 18%) 1113:; abs;
1. At 20 C the gauge A reads 250 KPa absolute
pressure. Determine the height h of water.
What should gauge B read in absolute
pressure?
Solution: Apply the hydrostatic fonnuia
from the air to g