MECE.211.601 Engineering Measurement Lab
Spring 2017
Rochester institute of technology - Dubai
Lab 1- Experiment 2, Calibration of an Orifice Meter
Submission: March , 2017
LAB TEAM 1
Adnan Khan
Saleh Aref
Fadi Habr
Ahmed Diab
Saeed Zubair
Instructor: M.
1.0 OBJECTIVE
a) To examine how shear force varies with an increasing point load
b) To examine how shear force varies at the cut position of the beam for various loading
condition
2.0 LEARNING OUTCOME
I.
II.
III.
IV.
The application the engineering knowle
ENMAT101 Engineering Materials and Processes
Laboratory 3: Torsion Test
Like Bending, Torsion is an important type of loading that can produce critical stresses
in engineering applications. Under torsion, SHEAR stresses are produced. The stiffness
under s
EXPERIMENT: SHEAR FORCE
Figure 1: Shear force test apparatus.
OBJECTIVE OF EXPERIMENT
To draw influence line for bending moment at a section of simply supported beam.
APPARATUS
1. Force gauge reading.
2. A set of weights with several load
hangers.
3. A pa
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set # 8, Due: April 15, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapters 10 and 11
Problem Solving (220 points total):
1. (20 points)
The stream function is given by
Determine whether this flow is rotational or irrotational.
Solution
To be irrot
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Homework Set # 6
Due: March 25, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapters 7 and 8
Problem Solving (290 points total):
1.
(20 points)
Calculate the viscosity of Oxygen at 350 K. Please make a statement as to the agreement of your
result with data
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set # 10
Due: April 29, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapter 13 and 14
Problem Solving (200 points total):
1. (30 points)
You have been hired to consult on a pilot plant project that requires the installation of a rough
horizontal pip
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set # 5, Due: March 4, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapter 6
Problem Solving (320 total points) :
1. Problem 6.42 (50 points)
Air flows steadily through a turbine that produces 3.5x105 ft-lbf/s of work. Using the data below
at the in
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set # 7
Due: April 1, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapter 9
Problem Solving (295 points total):
1.
(30 points)
Find an equation for
done by using
in polar coordinates by taking the derivative of the velocity. This can be
And
Remember
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Homework Set #3
Due: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Reading: WWWR Chapters 3 and 4
Problem Solving
1. Problem 4.1 (10 points)
The velocity vector in a two-dimensional flow is given by the expression v = 10ex + 7xey m/s when x
is measur
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set # 10
Due: April 29, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapter 13 and 14
Problem Solving (200 points total):
1. (30 points)
You have been hired to consult on a pilot plant project that requires the installation of a rough
horizontal pip
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set #2
Due: Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapter 2
Problem Solving: (245 points total)
1.
Problem 2.2 (60 points)
The open end of a cylindrical tank 2 ft in diameter and 3 ft high is submerged in water as shown.
I
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set # 8, Due: April 15, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapters 10 and 11
Problem Solving (220 points total):
1. (20 points)
The stream function is given by
= 6x 2 6y2
Determine whether this flow is rotational or irrotational.
2. (30 p
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set # 4
Due: February 18, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapter 5
Problem Solving (370 total points possible):
1. Problem 5.1 (20 points)
A two-dimensional object is placed in a 4-ft-wide water tunnel as shown. The upstream velocity,
v
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set # 5, Due: March 4, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapter 6
Problem Solving (320 total points) :
1. Problem 6.42 (50 points)
Air flows steadily through a turbine that produces 3.5x105 ft-lbf/s of work. Using the data below
at the in
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set # 7
Due: April 1, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapter 9
Problem Solving (295 points total):
1.
(30 points)
Find an equation for
done by using
in polar coordinates by taking the derivative of the velocity. This can be
And
Remember
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set # 9, Due: April 22, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapter 12
Problem Solving (200 points possible):
1. (30 points)
Air, water and glycerin are flowing through separate tubes with diameters of 0.5 inches and a
velocity of 40 ft/sec
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Homework Set #4
Due: Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapter 5
Problem Solving (370 total points possible):
1. Problem 5.1 (20 points)
A two-dimensional object is placed in a 4-ft-wide water tunnel as shown. The upstream ve
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Homework Set # 6
Due: March 25, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapters 7 and 8
Problem Solving (290 points total):
1.
(20 points)
Calculate the viscosity of Oxygen at 350 K. Please make a statement as to the agreement of your
result with data
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set # 9, Due: April 22, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapter 12
Problem Solving (200 points possible():
1. (30 points)
Air, water and glycerin are flowing through separate tubes with diameters of 0.5 inches and a
velocity of 40 ft/sec
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Homework Set #3
Due: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Reading: WWWR Chapters 3 and 4
Problem Solving
1. Problem 4.1 (10 points)
The velocity vector in a two-dimensional flow is given by the expression
is measured in meters. Determine the
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set #2
Due: Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapter 2
Problem Solving: (245 points total)
1.
Problem 2.2 (60 points)
The open end of a cylindrical tank 2 ft in diameter and 3 ft high is submerged in water as shown.
I
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set #1
Due: Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Reading: WRF Chapter 1
Problem Solving (148 points total):
1. Problem 1.2 (8 points)
Which of the quantities listed below are flow properties and which are fluid properties?
a.
b.
c.
d.