Fluid Mechanics II
Tutorial Week 13
4 and 6 June 2013
Exercise 1
Suppose that three cast-iron pipes are connected to meet smoothly at a point B , as shown in Fig. (1). The inlet pressures
in each pipe are : p1 = 200 kPa ; p2 = 160 kPa ; p3 = 100 kPa. The
Fluid Mechanics II
Tutorial Week 12
28 and 30 May 2013
Exercise 1
Oil, with = 950 kg/m3 and = 2 105 m2 /s, ows through a 30-cm-diameter pipe 100 m long with a head loss of 8
m. The roughness ratio is /d = 0.0002. Find the average velocity and ow rate.
Ite
Fluid Mechanics II
Tutorial Week 11
22 and 24 May 2013
Exercise 1 1
Professor Gordon Holloway and his students at the University of New Brunswick went to a fast-food emporium and tried
to drink chocolate shakes ( 1200 kg/m3 , 6 kg/ms) through fat straws 8
Fluid Mechanics II
Tutorial Week 10
14 and 16 May 2013
Exercise 1
Consider a ow with constant density and viscosity. If the ow possesses a velocity potential as dened by Eq (6.65), show
that it exactly satises the full Navier-Stokes equation (6.127). If t
Fluid Mechanics II
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Fluid Mechanics II
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Thursday 9 May 2013
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Fluid Mechanics II
Tutorial Week 8
30 April and 2 May 2012
Exercise 1
A prototype aircraft is intended to y at 600 km / h. We will study a model in a wind tunnel at 1 : 20 scale respecting
the Reynolds number condition.
a) If the conditions of pressure an
Fluid Mechanics II
Tutorial Week 7 - Solutions
23 (and 25) April 2013
Exercise 1
It is known that a vortex plus a sink can simulate a tornado as shown in Fig (1). Suppose that the circulation about the
tornado is = 8500 m2 /s and that the pressure at r =
Fluid Mechanics II
Tutorial Week 6
16 and 18 April 2013
Exercise 1
What are the key assumptions for stream functions and potential ows (that we use in this course) ?
Solution
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lives (equal to study period).
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Understand the assumptions underlying each method including NPV, NFV, Annual
Worth, IRR, ERR and payback period.
Able to apply the methods to a given project
Tutorial Questions
Q5.46 A small company pur
Tutorial 4.1
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Understand the concept MARR and be able to determine its value for a given project.
Understand and able to apply NPV, NFV and payback period methods to a given project.
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Understand time-money relationship through problem solving.
Tutorial Questions
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Tutorial 3.1
Objectives:
Understand the relationship between and be able to convert between nominal and
effective interest rates.
Be able to use interest tables to calculate equivalent values compounding more often than
once per year and with continuous c