ME 335.3
Fluid Mechanics II
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Winter 2014
Description:
The basic principles of fluid mechanics are developed using a differential control volume
formulation, and then applied to the study of incompressible flow. The dist
EXAMPLE PROBLEM A
Consider the one-dimensional flow through a nozzle of length L. The flow is unsteady and compressible. The
velocity along the centreline of the nozzle is given by
x
u ( x, t ) = 2t 1
,
2L
where u is the velocity in [m/s], t is the tim
ME 335 Fluid Mechanics II (Winter 2014)
Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Saskatchewan
Equation Sheet for Midterm Exam
()
+ V = 0
t
Cartesian Coordinates, Incompressible Flow, Newtonian Fluid, Constant Properties
V
+ V V = P + g + 2 V
t
T