329 A mercury manometer (p = 13,600 kgim3) is con-
nected to an air duct to measure the pressure inside. The dif-
ference in the manometer levels is 15 mm. and the atmos-
pheric pressure is 100 kPa. (a) Judging from Fig. P329.
determine if the pressure in

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FLOW METER DEMONSTRATION APPARATUS
1. Objective
i. To demonstrate the application of flow meters in the measurement of flow rate and
velocity in a pipe.
ii. To calibrate venturi-meter and orifice meter assuming discharge coefficient Cd values
as 0.98 and

Formula Sheet and conversion factor Fluid Mechanics Spring 2016
Length:
1 m = 100 cm
1 ft = 12 inch = 30.48 cm
1 inch = 2.54 cm
1 mile = 5280 ft
Mass:
1 Kg = 1000 g
1 Kg = 2.204 lbm
1 lbm = 453.7 g
Volume:
1 gallon = 0.13368 ft3
1 ft3 = 7.48 gallon
1 m3 =

CHME213 Fluid Mechanics
Spring 2016
Homework Assignment 05
Submission Deadline: Monday 23rd May by 12:00 PM @TAs mailbox
Problem 1
In order to pump a fluid of SG = 0.9 at a rate of 1000 gpm through a piping system, a hydraulic
power of 60 hp is required.

Classroom problem- March 18
Classroom Problem 1 (5.4)
A tank contains water initially at a depth of 3 ft. The
water flows out of a hole in the bottom of the tank, and
air at a constant pressure of 10 psig is admitted to the
top of the tank. If the water f

Lecture04
ConservationPrinciples
MassBalanceinFluidMechanics
(Chapter 5 in the book, page 105)
Course Learning Outcome (CLO):
Formulate conservation principles for
fluid mechanics of macroscopic
systems including mass, momentum,
and energy.
1
Balances Sys

Classroom problem- March 18
Classroom Problem 1 (5.4)
A tank contains water initially at a depth of 3 ft. The
water flows out of a hole in the bottom of the tank, and
air at a constant pressure of 10 psig is admitted to the
top of the tank. If the water f

CHME213 Fluid Mechanics
Spring 2016
Homework Assignment 02
(Submission Deadline: Thursday 31st March 2016 by 12:00 PM @TAs mailbox)
Problem 1
Air is flowing at a constant mass flow rate into a tank that has a volume of 3 ft3. The
temperature of both the t

CHME213 Fluid Mechanics
Spring 2016
Homework Assignment 04
Submission Deadline: Thursday 12th May 2016 by 12:00 PM @ TAs Mailbox
Problem 1
Water is flowing at a rate of 700 gpm through a horizontal 6 inch schedule 80 commercial steel
pipe at 90oF. If the

Chapter 7-Problem 10
An open concrete flume is to be constructed
to carry water from a plant unit to a cooling
lake by gravity flow. The flume has a square
cross section and is 1500 ft long. The elevation
at the upstream end is 10 ft higher than that
of t

CHME213 Fluid Mechanics
Spring 2016
Homework Assignment 03
Submission Deadline: Tuesday 3rd May 2016 by 12:00 PM @ TAs mailbox
Problem 1
An orifice with a 3 in. diameter hole is mounted in a 4 in. diameter pipeline carrying water. A
manometer containing a

MOMENTUM ANALYSIS OF FLOW
SYSTEMS
Lecture 10
Spring 2016
1
Instructor: Dr. Ujjal Ghosh
Department of Chemical Engineering
Qatar University
Objectives
Identify the various kinds of forces and
moments acting on a control volume
Use control volume analysis

QATAR UNIVERSITY ~ (LDJJLS
CHME213 Fluid Mechanics M
Spring 2016 Female Section
Duration: 20 Mins
Date: Wednesday 9th March 2016
Full Marks: 10
Student Name Student ID: .
Question 1: (2+8)
a) What is no slip condition? What causes it?
b) The pressure di

CHME213 Fluid Mechanics
Lecture 3
PRESSURE AND FLUID
STATICS
Instructor: Dr. Ujjal Ghosh
Department of Chemical Engineering
Qatar University
Spring 2016
John Ninomiya flying a cluster of 72 helium-filled balloons over Temecula,
California in April of 2003

CHME213 Fluid Mechanics
Lecture 1
INTRODUCTION AND BASIC
CONCEPTS
Instructor: Dr. Ujjal Ghosh
Department of Chemical Engineering
Qatar University
Spring 2016
Objectives
Understand the basic concepts of Fluid Mechanics.
Recognize the various types of flu

genius PHYSICS
Fluid Mechanics 109
Problems based on Pressure
Basic level
1.
2.
The pressure at the bottom of a tank containing a liquid does not depend on
[Kerala (Engg.) 2002]
(a) Acceleration due to gravity
(b)
Height of the liquid column
(c) Area of

ApplicationofBernouillis Equationin
FlowMeasurements
Chapter10
Lecture05
CLO 5: Apply correlations for measuring and sizing flow controllers,
estimate pressure losses due to measuring apparatus, understand
differences between different apparatus (e.g. Ven

CHME213 Fluid Mechanics
Lecture 2
Properties of Fluids
Instructor: Dr. Ujjal Ghosh
Department of Chemical Engineering
Qatar University
Spring 2016
A drop forms when
liquid is forced out of a
small tube. The shape
of the drop is
determined by a
balance of

Solution of Problems from Chapter 6
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Solution of Problems from Chapter 6
Solution of Problems from Chapter 6

Examples from Pipe Flow Chapter 6
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Examples from Pipe Flow C

CENG-CC-02
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
CHME 213 Fluid Mechanics (3-3-0)
Spring 2016
Instructor Information
Name: Dr. Ujjal Kumar Ghosh
Academic title: Assistant Professor
Office: C07-0283 (Female Engineering Building)
Phone: