MECH345: SPRING2013
HW 8
Solution
The following problems are based on Dimensional Analysis & Similarity. Some require the Method of
Repeating Variables and the steps in class, summarized in text Section 7-4. Study Chapter 7 and Section 10-1
to 10-4 (first
UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Course: MECH 345 A01 Mechanics of Fluids
Instructor: Dr. Peter Oshkai
Assignment: Experiment 01 Linear Momentum Experiment
Date: 16 February 2015
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MECH 345
Experiment #2
The Energy Equation in a Venturi-Type Flow
(Hydraulics Bench, Venturi Apparatus)
Objective
The total energy of a flow is related to its pressure, velocity and elevation. When the
flow is steady, frictionless and incompressible, and
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Department of Mechanical Engineering
Course:
Instructor:
Assignment:
Date:
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Brian Everts
Student Number
V00795816
University of Victoria
University of Victoria
Department of Mechanical Engineering
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UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Course: MECH 345 A01 Mechanics of Fluids
Instructor: Dr. Peter Oshkai
Assignment: Experiment 04 Pressure Distribution, Lift, and Drag on an Airfoil
Date: 20 March 2015
Submitted by: B04-5
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MECH345: SPRING2013
HW 2
Solution Key
Submit all HW assignments in the MECH345 labeled dropbox. This is located down the hall from the
Fluids Laboratory, ELW A140.
Properties of Fluids. Study Text Sections 2-3 and 2-5 and then answer the following:
[1] Co
MECH345:2013
HW5
Solutions
Problem [1] Answers
cfw_i Average deceleration (acceleration) during local elastic compression (springback) at the bat
is V/(0.5t) = 2V/t .
Change in momentum is cfw_mV (mV) = 2mV.
Force on the bat is 2mV /t.
cfw_ii Gage pressur
MECH 345 Fluid Mechanics Homework #3
By Michael McWilliam
January 25th 2013
Solution Key
Question 1
Surface tension can support objects on top of the water. One may be surprised that it can support dense
objects like steel (density: 7,840 kg/m3). However
MECH345: SPRING2013
HW 7
Due 5pm Fri 15th March
Please work from the slides on Differential Methods, including Exact Solutions of Navier-Stokes Equations, used in
class, from the moodle course site, as well as reading within Text Chapters 4-1 to 4-5, 9 (t
MECH345: SPRING2013
HW 4
Solution Key
For maximum credit, wherever possible, obtain answers in terms of expressions first, then
substitute numerical values.
Hydrostatic Forces on Plane and Curved Submerged Surfaces
[1] Consider the thin plate AB, of lengt
MECH345: SPRING2013 HW 6 So LU T I 0N
INTEGRAL METHODS: Mass Conservation, Linear momentum balance. Bernoulli Equation use.
Please use Text Section 1-8 Problem-solving Techniques and the solved example problems in the
text as a guide for presentation of
MECH345: SPRING2013 HW 9 Solution
The following problems are based on Internal Flow (Pipes and Ducts). For this HW9, there are fewer
problems for submission and a larger number of Practice Problems (not for submission), given that this HW
has one day les