THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
Assignment #5
December 6, 2010
Question 1 (7.45):
A pump draws water (20C) through a 20 cm suction pipe and discharges it through a 10 cm
pipe in which the velocity is 3 m/s.

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FINAL EXAMINATION: December 18, 2009
DURATION: 2 and 1/2 hrs
CME 27o FLUID MECHANICS
Calculator Type: 2 (all non-programmable electroniccalculators)
Exam Type: A (closed book)
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THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
Assignment #4
November 17, 2010
Question 1 (6.7):
Refer to Problem 6.7 for a diagram. A water jet of diameter 30 mm and speed = 20 m/s is
filling a tank. The tank has a mass

THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
Assignment #3 Solutions
November 15, 2010
Question 1 (3.88)
A block of material of unknown volume is submerged in water and found to weigh 300 N (in
water). The same block we

THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
ASSIGNMENT #3
Due at 17:00 on November 16th, 2016
(in the drop-box outside GB420)
Note:
1. Contact Nathan (nathan.moore@mail.utoronto.ca) for any Assignment #3 related questi

THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
PRACTICE PROBLEMS
Problems can be found online with the WileyPlus system and in the end of chapter problems in
the suggested text: Engineering Fluid Mechanics by Elger, Willi

THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
ASSIGNMENT #3 - Solutions
Q3.1
a) Find:
1 = 2 = 3 =
1 = = (0.05)2 = 0.007854 2
1
2 =
= 0.003927 2
2
1 = 2 = 3 =
Find momentum ( = ) as a function of the velocity:
1 = ()1

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FIGURE 3.17
Terms used to define the
pressure force.
FIGURE 3.13
[0 Uniform pressure
distribution, and
[bi equivalent force.
. while using a normal vector to keep track of the direction of incremental force on each unit
Relatin

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CME 270 MIDTERM EXAM, FALL 2016
Professor Hofmann
October 28, 2015, Room EX310/320 - Duration: 1 hour 50 minutes (12:10-2:00 pm)
NOTES:
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Name:
Student Number:
CME 270 MIDTERM EXAM, FALL 2016
Professor Hofmann
October 28, 2015, Room EX310/320 - Duration: 1 hour 50 minutes (12:10-2:00 pm)
NOTES:
1. If you dont understand a question, write down an assumption and proceed as best you can. The i

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270-FLUID MECHANICS
ASSIGNMENT #2
Due at 17:00 on October 19th, 2016
(Drop box outside GB420)
Please Note:
1. Contact Ian (ian.lake.thompson@mail.utoronto.ca) for any Assignment #2 related questions

Assignment 2-Solutions
Solution 2.1
Solve for tank height
At 1:00PM you know that the height of the kerosene layer (x) and the water layer (y) is equal to
15.3m
isolate eqn1 for x
and then substitute this into eqn2 and solve for y
Volume of kerosene left

THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
TUTORIAL #1 SOLUTIONS
September 27, 2010
Midterm Question 5, Oct. 2009:
a) What is the simplifying assumption, and quickly show mathematically why it is
appropriate.
Equation

THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
SOLUTIONS FOR ASSIGNMENT #1
Please Note: the variables in this solution correspond to the problem as it is presented in your
textbook.
Question #1:
Page 1 of 6
Question #2:
2

THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
TUTORIAL #4 SOLUTIONS
November 1, 2010
Question 4.62:
Kerosene at 20C flows through a contraction section as shown. A pressure gage connected
between the upstream pipe and th

THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
TUTORIAL #5 SOLUTIONS
November 8, 2010
Question 5.29:
A shell and tube heat exchanger consists of a one pipe inside another pipe as shown. The
liquid flows in opposite direct

THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
TUTORIAL #6 SOLUTIONS
November 22, 2010
6.45:
6.65:
Consider the control volume as:

THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
TUTORIAL #3 SOLUTIONS
October 18, 2010
Question 1:
What is the force required to hold the gate closed? The gate is 5m wide and 8 m tall. Neglect
the gate weight. Solve numeri

THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
TUTORIAL #2 SOLUTIONS
October 4, 2010
Midterm Question 7, Oct. 2009:
Pabsolute = 125 kPa
Pgage = 50 kPa
Water
3
= 9810 N/m
Pipe 1
Pipe 2
30 cm
30 cm
manometer fluid
20 cm
20

THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
SOLUTIONS FOR ASSIGNMENT #2
PleaseNote:thevariablesinthissolutioncorrespondtotheproblemasitispresentedinyour
textbook.
Question #1:
Page1of6
Question #2:
Page2of6
Question #3

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CME270 - Fluid Mechanics
Fluid Characteristics
Chapters 1 and 2 in textbook
1
Learning Objectives for Chapter 1-2
1.
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3.
4.
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To be able to give the definitions of certain terms (e.g.
density, specific gravity, cavitation) and where
appropriate, calcula