Fluid Properties
Learning Objectives
Fluid Mechanics
ENGI 5713
By the end of class today you will be able to
1) LIST AND EXPLAIN PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS
2) SOLVE PROBLEMS USING THE IDEAL GAS LAW
3) DEFINE NEWTONS LAW OF VISCOSITY
4) EXPLAIN VISCOSITY
5) CALC
ENGI 4961 (Fluid Mechanics I)
Lecture 02:
(Chapter 1: Fundamental Concepts)
Dr. M. Enamul Hossain
Statoil Chair in Reservoir Engineering
Department of Process Engineering (Oil and Gas Program)
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. Johns, NL Canada A1C 5
ENGI 4961 (Fluid Mechanics I)
Lecture 08:
(Chapter 4: Conservation of Mass)
Dr. M. Enamul Hossain
Statoil Chair in Reservoir Engineering
Department of Process Engineering (Oil and Gas Program)
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. Johns, NL Canada A1C 5
ENGI 4961 (Fluid Mechanics I)
Lecture 07:
(Chapter 3: Kinematics of Fluid Motion)
Dr. M. Enamul Hossain
Statoil Chair in Reservoir Engineering
Department of Process Engineering (Oil and Gas Program)
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. Johns, NL Canada
ENGI 4961 (Fluid Mechanics I)
Lecture 10:
(Chapter 5: Work and Energy of Moving Fluids)
Dr. M. Enamul Hossain
Statoil Chair in Reservoir Engineering
Department of Process Engineering (Oil and Gas Program)
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. Johns, NL
ENGI 4961 (Fluid Mechanics I)
Lecture 06:
(Chapter 3: Kinematics of Fluid Motion)
Dr. M. Enamul Hossain
Statoil Chair in Reservoir Engineering
Department of Process Engineering (Oil and Gas Program)
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. Johns, NL Canada
ENGI 4961 (Fluid Mechanics I)
Lecture 05:
(Chapter 2: Fluid Statics)
Dr. M. Enamul Hossain
Statoil Chair in Reservoir Engineering
Department of Process Engineering (Oil and Gas Program)
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. Johns, NL Canada A1C 5S7
Tel:
ENGI 4961 (Fluid Mechanics I)
Lecture 03:
(Chapter 2: Fluid Statics)
Dr. M. Enamul Hossain
Statoil Chair in Reservoir Engineering
Department of Process Engineering (Oil and Gas Program)
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. Johns, NL Canada A1C 5S7
Tel:
ENGI 4961 (Fluid Mechanics I)
Lecture 04:
(Chapter 2: Fluid Statics)
Dr. M. Enamul Hossain
Statoil Chair in Reservoir Engineering
Department of Process Engineering (Oil and Gas Program)
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. Johns, NL Canada A1C 5S7
Tel:
ENGI 4961 (Fluid Mechanics I)
Lecture 09:
(Chapter 4: Conservation of Mass)
Dr. M. Enamul Hossain
Statoil Chair in Reservoir Engineering
Department of Process Engineering (Oil and Gas Program)
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. Johns, NL Canada A1C 5
Assignment #1 (ENGI 4602- Process Engineering Thermodynamics)
Instructor: Sohrab Zendehboudi, PhD
Process Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science,
Memorial University
Due Date: 25 May 2017
Question 1: Please answer the following q
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Fluid Mechanics I Engineering 5961
Winter 2012
Description: Fluid Statics; fluid flow phenomena; control volume analysis; conservation
of mass, momentum, and energy; Bernoulli equation; head losses. Applications
MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY
Spring 2003
CENTER OF PRESSURE
Objective
To locate the center of pressure of an immersed rectangular surface and to compare this
position with that p
MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY
Spring 2003
MEASUREMENT OF AIRFLOW
Objective
To measure air flow-rate using three different techniques.
Lab
The schematic of the apparatus is shown i
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Fluid Mechanics II Engineering 5913
Winter 2002
Assignment # 2 (Internal Flows)
1) Plot and compare the pressure distributions for the three cases of the plane
bearing: inclined, step, and curved. The pressure di
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Fluid Mechanics II Engineering 5913
Winter 2002
Assignment # 1 (Navier Stokes Equations)
1) A velocity field is described by the vector
yz
2 xz
xy
V = 2
x + y 2 + z 2 i x 2 + y 2 + z 2 j+ x 2 + y 2 + z 2 k
D
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
Viscosity
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to calculate the value of the dynamic viscosity, , for
three different heads of water.
Appara
MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY
PIPE FRICTION
Objective
To estimate the fluid pressure drops and roughness specifications for copper tubing of
four different diameters.
Lab
The sche
MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY
MEASUREMENT OF AIRFLOW
Objective
To measure air flow-rate using three different techniques.
Lab
The schematic of the apparatus is shown in figure 1.
MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY
CENTER OF PRESSURE
Objective
To locate the center of pressure of an immersed rectangular surface and to compare this
position with that predicted by
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Experiment 6 Memorial University of Newfoundland
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
HYDRAULIC TURBINE LAB
PELTON WHEEL TURBINE
Objective
The performance characteristics of a Pelton wheel hydraulic turbine are to be deter
MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY
Spring 2003
PIPE FRICTION
Objective
To estimate the fluid pressure drops and roughness specifications for copper tubing of
four different diameters.
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Fluid Mechanics II Engineering 5913
Winter 2002
Laboratory # 1 Hydrodynamic Lubrication
The purpose of this laboratory is to examine hydrodynamic lubrication principles. In our
course notes we examined the 1-dime
Experiment 6 Memorial University of Newfoundland
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
Impact of a Jet
Objective
To compare the momentum in a fluid jet with the force generated when it strikes a flat
plate and a hemispheric
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Fluids Mechanics II Engineering 5912
Winter 2002
Laboratory # 2 Lift and Drag on Airfoils
In this laboratory, you will measure the lift and drag characteristics of a finite airfoil at
various angles of attack and
Problem 1.17
[Difficulty: 2]
Given: Basic dimensions M, L, t and T.
Find:
Dimensional representation of quantities below, and typical units in SI and English systems.
Solution:
(a) Power
Power =
Energy
Time
Force Distance
=
Time
F L
=
t
Force = Mass Accel