4 Principles of Fluid Motion
ME2134 Fluid Mechanics I
4 Principles of Fluid Motion
ME2134 Fluid Mechanics I
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4 Principles of Fluid Motion
Bernoulli Equation
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1 Introduction
ME2134
Fluid Mechanics I
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ME2134 Fluid Mechanics I
Introduction
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1 Introduction
Organisation
This 4-MC module will be taught by
Nhan Phan-Thien, 11 Aug 19 Sept (6 weeks) (called me
Reviews
ME2134
Fluid Mechanics
Reviews
ME2134 Fluid Mechanics I
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Reviews
Chapter 1: Introduction
Key Idea: fluids cannot support a shear stress
Key Idea: Pressure is force normal to surface/area
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ME 2134-Fluid Mechanics I
Part 2
by
T. T. Lim
Office: E2-03-18
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Recommended and Reference Texts:
(1)
Cengel Y.A. and Cimbala J.M.:
Fluid Mechanics: Fundamental and Applications (McGraw-Hill 2006)
(2)
3.8.3
Stability of Floating Bodies
Motion of a body consists of a
translational of the centre of
mass, and a rotational motion;
for vibration analysis purpose,
we need only to consider
rotational mot
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4 Principles of Fluid Motion
ME2134 Fluid Mechanics I
4 Principles of Fluid Motion
ME2134 Fluid Mechanics I
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4.5 Conservation of Mass
4 Principles of Fluid Motion
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ANALYSIS OF PIPE FLOW
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Pipes of different sizes and shapes are used in many industrial applications,
such as transporting fluids, air-conditioning system, transporting oil and gas
supply, just to n
MOMENTUM EQUATION
AND
ITS APPLICATIONS
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Methods of Analysing Fluid Systems:
Before we embark on Momentum Principle and its applications, let us
examine two methods of analysing fluid systems which w
DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS
AND
SIMILITUDE
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Dimensional Analysis is a powerful tool in formulating problems of
physical phenomena, which defy analytical solution and must be solved
experimentally.
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Part 2: Tutorial Sheet 1
(SOLUTIONS)
(Q1)
SOLUTION
A
Pa
1m
h=2m
Pc
B
(a) Accelerating upward
From the lecture note:
p
axx
p
az
az
gz
pa
Since ax = 0 and az = 5 m/s2
The above equation becomes
gz
pa
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