AMME2261 Practice Problems for Quiz 2
Based on lecture material covered in Weeks 3 through 5 of semester
This learning material will be tested in Quiz 2.
Pritchard, 8th Ed., Chapter 3 & 4
Q1
3.78
Ans. 278kN
Q2
3.79
Ans. 557kN at 48.30
Q3
3.82
Ans. FV = 2.

CC9100
Semester 1, 2015
Page 8 of 10
Additional Formulae and Useful Information
Fluid properties and natural constants
Air at 200C and standard atmospheric pressure
density, U = 1.2 kg/m3
dynamic viscosity, P = 1.81 x 10-5 Ns/m2
Fresh water at 200C
den

Additional Worked Examples (from past exams)
Problem 1:
The velocity of a two dimensional flow can be represented mathematically as
V u i v j
where i and j are unit vectors in the x and y directions of a Cartesian space,
respectively. A certain flow has a

Module 3: Fundamentals of Fluid Dynamics
Topics:
Conservation of mass (continuity)
Conservation of linear momentum
Conservation of angular momentum
Integral and differential forms of the fundamental equations
Lots of examples. Bonus examples if time permi

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The University of Sydney
Faculty of Engineering
AMME 2200 Thermodynamics and Fluids
Paper 2 : Fluids Mechanics
November 2010
Time allowed l.5hours
Answer THREE questions only.
All questions are of equal value, but subsections (a, b) of questions, are

School of Information Technologies
Faculty of Engineering & IT
ASSIGNMENT/PROJECT COVERSHEET - INDIVIDUAL ASSESSMENT
Unit of Study:
Assignment name:
Tutorial time:
Tutor name:
DECLARATION
I declare that I have read and understood the University of Sydney

Module 5: Applied Fluid Dynamics 2
Inviscid Flows
Topics:
Part A: Euler Equation (momentum equation for inviscid flows)
Part B: Bernoulli Equation & static, stagnation and dynamic
pressures
Part C: Potential flow theory
Part D: Introduction to turbomac

AMME2261 Weekly Tutorial Assignment
Due at the start of your tutorial class in Wk 5
A floating pontoon in the harbour is constructed as a simple equilateral triangular prism as
shown in the figure below.
If a = 3 m, L = 10 m and the pontoon mass is 10 ton

AMME2261 Weekly Tutorial Assignment
Due at the start of your tutorial class in Wk 13
An animal drinking water supply on a farm consists of a long, straight, small diameter pipe
(length L = 1000 m, diameter D = 1 cm) connected to the base of a tank that is

AMME2261 Weekly Tutorial Assignment
Due at the start of your tutorial class in Wk 13
An animal drinking water supply on a farm consists of a long, straight, small diameter pipe
(length L = 1000 m, diameter D = 1 cm) connected to the base of a tank that is

AMME2261 Weekly Tutorial Assignment
Due at the start of your tutorial class in Wk 5
A floating pontoon in the harbour is constructed as a simple equilateral triangular prism as
shown in the figure below.
If a = 3 m, L = 10 m and the pontoon mass is 10 ton

AMME2261 Practice Problems for Quiz 4
Based on lecture material covered in Weeks 9 through 11 of semester
This learning material will be tested in Quiz 4.
Pritchard, 8th Ed., Chapter 6
Q1
6.12
Ans: 206 kPa
Q2
6.24
Q3
6.39
Ans: 48.4 mm of H2O
Q4
6.42
Ans:

AMME2261 Practice Problems for Quiz 3
Based on lecture material covered in Weeks 6 through 8 of semester
This learning material will be tested in Quiz 3.
Pritchard, 8th Ed., Chapter 5 & 7
Q1
5.1
Ans. a) Yes, b) no, c) no, d) no
Q2
5.21
Q3
5.22
Ans. V = r

AMME2261 Practice Problems for Quiz 1
Based on lecture material covered in Weeks 1 and 2 of semester
This learning material will be tested in Quiz 1.
Pritchard, 8th Ed., Chapter 2 & 3
Q1
2.40
Ans. -4.56N/m2
Q2
2.46
Ans. 0.196m/s, 0.104m/s, 0.496m/s
Q3
2.7

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Semester 2, 2013
The University of Sydney
Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies
AMME2200/5200 THERMODYNAMICS AND FLUIDS
Paper 2: Fluid Mechanics
THIS PAPER MUST NOT BE REMOVED FROM THE EXAM ROOM
SEAT NUMBER: _
FULL NAME: _
SID: _
D

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Semester 2, 2012
The University of Sydney
Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies
AMME2200/5200 THERMODYNAMICS AND FLUIDS
Paper 2: Fluid Mechanics
THIS PAPER MUST NOT BE REMOVED FROM THE EXAM ROOM
SEAT NUMBER: _
FULL NAME: _
SID: _
D

4412
1/11
Semester 2, 2012
The University of Sydney
Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies
AMME2200/5200 THERMODYNAMICS AND FLUIDS
Paper 2: Fluid Mechanics
THIS PAPER MUST NOT BE REMOVED FROM THE EXAM ROOM
SEAT NUMBER: _
FULL NAME: _
SID: _
D

CC9100
Semester 1 2016
Page 7 of 10
Additional Formulae and Useful Information
Fluid properties and natural constants
Air at 200C and standard atmospheric pressure
density, U = 1.2 kg/m3
dynamic viscosity, P = 1.81 x 10-5 Ns/m2
Fresh water at 200C
dens

4412
1/10
Semester 2, 2013
The University of Sydney
Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies
AMME2200/5200 THERMODYNAMICS AND FLUIDS
Paper 2: Fluid Mechanics
THIS PAPER MUST NOT BE REMOVED FROM THE EXAM ROOM
SEAT NUMBER: _
FULL NAME: _
SID: _
D

AMME2261 / 9261 Fluid Mechanics 1
Review Lecture
Semester 1, 2016
M.J. Cleary
AMME2261 FLUID MECHANICS 1
2016
Course Aims
When you complete this unit of study you will have:
an understanding of the basic equations governing the statics and
dynamics of fl

CC9100
Semester 1 2016
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SEAT NUMBER: _
LAST NAME: _
FIRST NAME: _
SID: _
CONFIDENTIAL EXAM PAPER
This paper is not to be removed from the examination room.
AMME2261 / AMME9261
FLUID MECHANICS 1
End of Semester Examination
Semester 1 2016
Total

4412
The University of Sydney
Faculty of Engineering
AMME 2200/5200 Thermodynamics and Fluids
Paper 2 : Fluids Mechanics
November 2011
Time allowed 1.5hours/
Answer THREE questions only.
All questions are of equal value, but subsections (a, b) of question

19th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference
Melbourne, Australia
8-11 December 2014
Fluid Mechanics of Cricket Ball Swing
R. D. Mehta
Sports Aerodynamics Consultant
Mountain View, CA 94043, USA
Abstract
The ability to make a cricket ball deviate laterall