Fluid Mechanics
Lab Report 1
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Syed Mohammad 100506689
Aymen Merchant 100503735
Shiven Bhardwaj 100487937
Abstract:
The purpose of this experiment is to investigate pressure gauges by calibration in
order to determine increase in pressure. The inc

LABORATORY MANUAL for ENGR2860U-Fluid Mechanics
Experiment # 2
Multi-Tube Manometer Panel
Instructor: Dr. Ahmad Barari
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LABORATORY MANUAL for ENGR2860U-Fluid Mechanics
Experiment # 2: Multi-Tube Manometer Panel
1.1
Objective
The objective of this experim

MECE 2640U: THERMODYNAMICS AND HEAT TRANSFER
Assignment # 2
Due: October 3rd, 2016 at 4:30 pm
(Submit to the Dropbox # 10, this box is located on the east side of the first floor of the
engineering building, near the elevator/academic advising)
Question 1

Fluid Mechanics
Chapter 4
Basic Equations in
Integral Form for a
Control Volume
Pritchard
Main Topics
Energy Equation
Pritchard
Applications
Given the velocities of conveyor belt and falling sand as well as
flow rate and density of sand, how is the ten

Fluid Mechanics
Chapter 4
Basic Equations in
Integral Form for a
Control Volume
Pritchard
Main Topics
Momentum Equation
Pritchard
Applications
Given the velocities of conveyor belt and falling sand as well as
flow rate and density of sand, how is the te

Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Chapter 1
Introduction
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Main Topics
Dimensions and Units
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Why dimensions & units?
In 1999, NASAs Mars Climate Orbiter crashed due to
engineers confusing units of force in metric (N) and imperial (lbf).
T

Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Chapter 2
Fundamental Concepts
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Main Topics
Continuum Concept
Velocity Field
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Continuum Concept
Continuum concept is the basis of classical fluid mechanics
Fluids are composed of molecules separated by

Fluid Mechanics
Chapter 4
Basic Equations in
Integral Form for a
Control Volume
Pritchard
Applications
Given the velocities of conveyor belt and falling sand as well as
flow rate and density of sand, how is the tension required
to pull the belt determine

Fluid Mechanics
Chapter 7
Dimensional Analysis
and Similitude
Pritchard
Main Topics
Nature of Dimensional Analysis
Buckingham Pi Theorem
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Applications?
How are large ships and air planes tested before
building them?
Large air plane: 76 m long;

Fluid Mechanics
Chapter 8
Internal Incompressible
Viscous Flow
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Main Topics
Flow Measurement
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Flow Measurement
Now we know what Q or V is
But how do we measure them?
Flow meters
Choice of a flow meter?
Accuracy
Range
Cost
Ease of read

Fluid Mechanics
Chapter 8
Internal Incompressible
Viscous Flow
Pritchard
Main Topics
Entrance Region
Fully Developed Laminar Flow in a Pipe
Turbulent Velocity Profiles in Fully Developed Pipe Flow
Energy Considerations in Pipe Flow
Calculation of Head Lo

Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Chapter 2
Fundamental Concepts
Pritchard
Main Topics
Stress Field
Viscosity
Surface Tension
Description and Classification of
Fluid Motions
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Stress Field
Two types of forces on a fluid particle
Body forces: gra

Fluid Mechanics
Chapter 3
Fluid Statics
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Main Topics
The Basic Equations of Fluid Statics
Pressure Variation in a Static Fluid
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Applications
Manometers
How can we find the pressure difference between A and B?
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Introduction
F

Introduction:
The purpose of this experiment is to study the close system model with the saturated steam pressure
and saturated temperature of an equilibrium steam. This investigation likewise handles the vapor's bend
weight. A temperature is portrayed to

Problem 3.33
Given:
Data on inclined manometer
Find:
[Difficulty: 3]
Angle for given data; find sensitivity
Solution:
Basic equation
dp
= g
dy
or, for constant
p = g h
where h is height difference
Under applied pressure
p = SGMer g ( L sin( ) + x)
From T

Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
MECE 2860- Fluid Mechanics
Winter 2016
Lab Instructor, Cliff Chan
Experiment #:
Title:
2.0% of the Final Marks
LAB GROUP MEMBERS
#
Surname
1
Al Dawood, Waeaam
2
Vatsa

Conclusion:
In this experiment, we up come with two outcomes. The first one is the velocity
coefficients, and contraction has an effect on the flow rate and velocity of the
stream. The static pressure and the pressure in the Pitot will also have a direct

Discussions:
As we can see the calculation and experimental values display the same relative conduct as we go
through the divisions of the venturi tube.There are not a huge different between the calculation and
measured values and even intersect between t

ENGR 2860U: Fluid Mechanics
Quiz
September 30, 2013 8:10 8:55AM
J102
Name:
Student #:
Instructions
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3.
Duration: 45 minutes
No calculators or other electronic devices, including cellphones, are allowed.
Remember to write your name and student number

ENGR 2860U: Fluid Mechanics
Quiz
October 1, 2014 6:40 7:25PM
J102
Name:
Student #:
Instructions
1.
2.
3.
Duration: 45 minutes
No calculators or other electronic devices, including cellphones, are allowed.
Remember to write your name and student number on

Problem 4.176
[Difficulty: 4]
CS at speed V
y
x
Y
Ve
X
Given:
Data on rocket
Find:
Maximum speed and height; Plot of speed and distance versus time
Solution:
Basic equation: Momentum flux in y direction
Assumptions: 1) No resistance 2) p e = p atm 3) Unif

Fluid Mechanics
Chapter 4
Basic Equations in
Integral Form for a
Control Volume
Pritchard
Applications
Given the velocities of conveyor belt and falling sand as well as
flow rate and density of sand, how is the tension required
to pull the belt determine