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TUTORIAL 3
FLUID STATICS
1. A manometer is connected to two points on a tube with a pressure difference 1200 Pa. The tube
contains a liquid of density 1000 kg/m3, while the manometer contains
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TUTORIAL 2
VISCOUS FORCE
1. Deduce from Newtons law of viscosity the units of viscosity and kinematic viscosity.
2. Find, from a book or from the internet, the viscosity of:
a) water at 20, 30
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TUTORIAL SHEET 4
FLOWRATE AND FLUX, REYNOLDS TRANSPORT THEOREM, CONSERVATION OF MASS
1. The following velocity profile describes a flow between two horizontal, stationary parallel plates, wher
TUTORIAL SHEET 5
CONSERVATION OF MOMENTUM
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1. A horizontal round jet of liquid of density , uniform velocity u and volumetric owrate Q ows
steadily onto a at plate of area A which is held stati
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TUTORIAL 1
VELOCITY FIELD, STREAMLINES AND PATHLINES
1. For the velocity fields below, determine:
a) whether the flow field is one-, two- or three-dimensional, and why.
b) whether the flow is
Lecture 19
Turbulent ow in pipes
Tutorial sheet 7: Problems 1-3
Turbulence: The Basic Questions
What is turbulence?
Turbulence: The Basic Questions
What is turbulence?
What causes turbulence?
Turbulen
Mathematics supplement for ME1 uid mechanics
The following covers some mathematical techniques that we will need for ME1 uid mechanics
and students, due to their variable background, may or may not ha
Lecture 17
Conservation of energy
The pipe ow energy equation
Tutorial sheet 6: All problems
The Conservation of Energy Equation
Conservation of energy has been discussed extensively in your
thermodyn
Lecture 15
The Bernoulli equation
Examples
Tutorial sheet 6: Problems 1-4
The Bernoulli Equation
One of the most well-known equations of uid mechanics
Subject to important assumptions
Derivation by ap
Lecture 12
Methodology for problem solving with
conservation of momentum
Examples
Tutorial sheet 5: Problems 1,2,3,6
Summary of equations useful for problem solving:
Steady ow, integral form:
uu d A =
Lecture 14
Further examples on conservation of momentum - drag force
Tutorial sheet 5: All problems
Example 3: Drag Force
The drag force is the force resisting the motion of a solid object through
a u
Lecture 16
The Bernoulli equation - further
discussion
Further examples
Tank draining
Tutorial sheet 6: Problems 1-4
Example 2: Tank Draining
A tank is draining from an orice at the bottom. If the hei
Lecture 13
More examples on conservation of
momentum
Two dimensions
Moving frame of reference
Tutorial sheet 5: All problems
Example 2: Moving Control Volume
Given:
Constant cart velocity, uniform jet
Lecture 11
Conservation of momentum
Notes:
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ME1 Thermouids laboratory
Tutorial sheet 4: All problems
Can start looking at tutorial sheet 5
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Lecture 10
The Reynolds Transport Theorem
Conservation of mass
Tutorial 4: All problems
Lecture notes part II will be delivered next week (also available
on moodle)
Five Basic Questions
What is a uid?
Lecture 8
Buoyancy
The fundamental laws of fluid mechanics
System and control volume approach
Flowrate and flux
Tutorial 3: All problems
Progress test
Theory: up to (and including) flowrate and flux
Lecture 9
Flowrate and flux conclusion
Revision
Tutorial 4: problems 1 & 2 (not included in the
progress test)
Notes
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Example 2: More complex surface
Find the mass
Lecture 7
Hydrostatic forces on flat surfaces
The surface integral
Hydrostatic forces on curved surfaces
Tutorial 3: Fluid statics (problems 4-6)
Hydrostatic forces on flat surfaces
Pressure on a
Lecture 4
Forces in fluids
Body and surface forces
Viscous force
Tutorial 2: Viscous force
Note:
Mechanics of Fluids by B. Massey now
available in the library as an ebook
The story so far
Fluids,
5. CURVE SKETCHING
There are many situations where it is very useful to be able to determine roughly
the behaviour of a function, without plotting it out in detail. For example, to obtain
estimates of
Lecture 5
More on viscous force
Pressure
Tutorial 2: Viscous force
Note:
Lecture slides now on moodle
Newtons law of viscosity says that viscous stress is proportional to
velocity gradient:
=
Polar Co-ordinates
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Example
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6. HYPERBOLIC FUNCTIONS
The exponential function, ex, is neither even nor odd, but can be arranged as the
sum of an even and an odd function in the usual way
ex =
e x
Lecture 3
Streamlines
Pathlines
Tutorial 1: Velocity field, streamlines and
pathlines
Streamlines
How to visualise the velocity field?
Plot a vector at each point
Streamlines
A streamline is a