CIVL 215 Pipeline Design Project 2015
You are the Chief Engineer for a prominent hydraulic engineering consultancy. Your client
wants to pay you lots of money to design a system to deliver 1 ! / from reservoir A
(z! = 0.3 km) to reservoir B (z! = 0.5 km).
Forces on Curved Surfaces and Buoyancy (Practise Problems)
P&W 2.73 The 3 m wide circular gate shown below weighs 400 N with center of gravity
0.9 m to the left of the hinge. Estimate the force P needed to open the gate.
P&W 2.81 A 30 m long vessel, with
Introduction
This report was created to address the problem that was assigned of building a pipeline in
Australia to supply a water reservoir. The following sections will discuss the findings for the
most inexpensive pipeline that will satisfy the require
CIVL 215 Problem Set #3 (Forces on Plane Areas & Buoyancy)
(Material relevant to CIVL 215 Quiz 3 October 16, 2015)
Forces on Planes Areas: Read the next four pages, which are copied from the book
Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics by Munson et al. Fluid Mech
NAME:
STUDENT NUMBER:
THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
CIVIL ENGINEERING 215 (Fluid Mechanics)
Final Examination - December 2011
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DO ALL FOUR QUESTIONS
WRITE YOUR ANSWERS NEATLY IN THE SPACE PROVIDED
(Marks will be given for good presentation).
LIMIT Y
CIVL215 Module 2
Study book
Attempt the following problems. Their detailed solutions are provided to help you become familiar
with solving problems associated with module 2, Fluid Statics. It is recommended that you attempt
all problems before viewing the
2.4.2. Pressures in the Atmosphere
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no TROPOSPl-IERE USE 3 sans.
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T NES = nonequal pressure surface
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CIVL215 - 201 5
1.1 INTRODUCTION
“Fluid mechanics is the science of the mechanics of liquids
and gases, and is based on the same fundamental
principles that are employed in the mechanics of solids.”
Fluid Mechanics has many applications in:
a Civil Engine
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Example 2.3. Water and oil ﬂow in horizontal pipelines.
A double U-tube manometer is connected between the pipelines.
Calculate the pressure difference between the water and oil pipes.
Air
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Pitch drop experiment
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The pitch drop experiment is a long-tenn experiment that measures the ﬂow of a
piece of pitch over many years. Pitch is the name for any of a number of highly
viscous liquids that appea
CIVL215 Module 3
Study book
Attempt the following problems. Their detailed solutions are provided to help you become familiar
with solving problems associated with module 3, Fluid Motions. It is recommended that you attempt
all problems before viewing the
CIVL215 Module 5
Study book
Attempt the following problems. Their detailed solutions are provided to help you become familiar
with solving problems associated with module 3, Fluid Motions. It is recommended that you attempt
all problems before viewing the
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CIVL 215 Problem Set #1 (Basic Considerations)
(Material relevant to CIVL 215 Quiz 1 September 13, 2013)
Read Potter & Wiggert 4th SI ed. Sections 1.1 1.4, 1.5.1 & 1.5.2
Problems from Potter and Wiggert 4th SI ed. 1.17, 1.18, 1.20, 1.22, 1.25, 1.29, 1.39
Civil 215 Course Outline and Format 2015
CIVL 215 FLUID MECHANICS
2015
Instructor:
Dr. Greg Lawrence
Lectures:
MWF 9:00 9:50 CHBE 101
Text:
Mechanics of Fluids (4th Ed.)
Potter, Wiggert and Ramadan (2012)
Available at Discount Textbooks
(Now above Starbuc
CIVL 215 FLUID MECHANICS I
I.
II.
INTRODUCTION
Numerical answers should always be accompanied by units
Answers should not use more than 3 significant figures
FLUID PROPERTIES
Shear stress = dynamic viscosity x velocity shear
Kinematic viscosity:
Density,
Course notes for: CIVL 215 Section 201
Fluid Mechanics 1
2011/2012
Instructor: Dr Bernard Laval
Department of Civil Engineering
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Civil 215, Fluid Mechanics I
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Course Outline and Expectations
Course Desc
Civil 215, Fluid Mechanics I
89
Review
1 Fluid Properties
Numerical answers have units and no more than 3 significant figures
= g
Specific weight
Specific Gravity
S=
=
w w
Ideal gas law
Compressibility
Viscosity
Surface Tension
Vapour Pressure
=
p
NAME:
STUDENT NUMBER:
THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
CIVIL ENGINEERING 215 (Fluid Mechanics I)
Final Examination - December 17, 2009
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THIS EXAM HAS 16 PAGES, CHECK TO SEE THAT YOU HAVE ALL OF THEM.
DO ALL QUESTIONS - THEY CARRY EQUAL WEIGHT.
WRITE YO
CIVL215 Module 1
Study book
Attempt the following problems. Their detailed solutions are provided to help you become familiar
with solving problems associated with module 1, Basic Considerations. It is recommended that you
attempt all problems before view
CIVL215 Module 4
Study book
Attempt the following problems. Their detailed solutions are provided to help you become familiar
with solving problems associated with module 3, Fluid Motions. It is recommended that you attempt
all problems before viewing the
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