Jeffrey Schroeder
Laboratory Section ABL
9/19/2013
Objective
The objectives of this experiment are to use differential manometers to measure static
pressure at a point in a fluid and to measure static pressure differences within a fluid system.
Estimates
Objective
The primary objectives of this experiment is to measure the resultant force applied by
a curved rectangular duct to the air flowing within the duct, and to determine if a
control-volume analysis based on the linear-momentum principle is valid. A
Objective:
The objective of the experiment is to measure the resultant force applied by a curved
rectangular duct to the air flowing through it. The control-volume conservation of
linear momentum is valid. Also, the tangential velocity of the airflow in t
Grace Yaguchi
TAM 335
Hydrostatics and Manometry
September 10, 2004
Objective
To measure static pressure differences
within a fluid system and to measure
static pressure at a point in a fluit using
differential
manometers.
Different
methods will be used t
Jeffrey Schroeder
Laboratory Section ABL
9/12/2013
Objectives
The objectives of this laboratory are to demonstrate a simple, steady flow rate
measurement using a stopwatch and a weighing tank, and to measure a pressure difference in a
pipe using Bourdon p
TAM 335
Laboratory A: Hydrostatics and Manometry
SAHIL SHAH
Lab Section ABA
Objective:
The objective of this lab was to use differential manometers to measure the static
pressure at a point and static pressure differences within a fluid system including
B
Objective
The objective of this experiment are to measure and characterize the drag forces exerted on
various bodies placed in a uniform air stream and to characterize the lift forces on an airfoil
shape as a function of the angle of attack of the airfoil
Objective
The objectives of this experiment are to measure/read the readings of the static
pressure at a point in the fluid set-up, and also measure the differences of static
pressure within the fluid system. The aim of the results is to also assess and
d
Objective
The objective of this lab is to determine if a control volume analysis based on the linear-momentum
principle is valid by measuring the resultant force applied by a curved rectangular duct to the air
flowing through the duct. Also, we wish to de
3/5/2013
11:36 AM
Group members:
Station name: F3 (Air Bench 2)
Data averaging period (s):
10
Water Tempurature (C):
21
Nu (m^2/s):
9.71E-07
*FLOWMETER CALIBRATION*
Weight (lbs)
Time (s)
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5000
Paddlewheel
Output
Flow around a Bend
Air Bench 0 (using date from bench 1)
OBJECTIVE:
The objective of this lab is to measure the force that air flow applies to the walls
of a curved rectangular duct as well as determine if a control-volume analysis based on
the linear-mom
Joshua Simons
TAM 335
AB4
Objective
There were two main objectives to this lab. The first was to measure a steady
flow rate using a stop watch and a weighing tank. The second was to measure the
pressure difference in a pipe using Bourdon pressure gages an
Laura Sullivan
AB1
TAM 335
Laboratory D: Drag Forces on Various Bodies
Objective:
One objective of this experiment is to measure and describe the different
drag forces on applied to various bodies in a uniform air stream. Another
objective is to character
Laura Sullivan
TAM 335
Lab B
Flow Visualization
1. A streamline is any line that at a given instant, is always tangent to the velocity
vectors in a given field. A pathline is the trajectory or path of a given fluid element, i.e.
the location of the partic
Lab F Calibration of Flowmeters
Jeffrey Schroeder
Laboratory Section ABL
10/3/2013
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to calibrate bulk-flow measuring devices that rely on
measurements of pressure change by determining their flow coefficients a
Joshua Simons
AB4
4/29/2012
TAM 335
Laboratory K & N: Head Losses in a Pipe with Elbows & Friction Losses in Pipe
Flow
Objective:
The objective of lab K was to measure the experimental value of K and
compare it to the published values. The objective of La
Lab F Calibration of Flowmeters
Jeffrey Schroeder
Laboratory Section ABL
10/3/2013
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to calibrate bulk-flow measuring devices that rely on
measurements of pressure change by determining their flow coefficients a
Open-Channel Flow
OBJECTIVE:
The objectives of this lab are to determine the free-surface profiles for steady flow
in an open rectangular channel. We will also compare these profiles with those predicted
by the theory for free-surface profiles and Manning
Hydrostatics and Manometry
OBJECTIVE:
The objective of this lab is to use differential manometers to measure the static
pressure differences at several pressure levels and determine the relative errors in the
measurements.
PROCEDURE:
1. Record heights A,
Calibration of Flowmeters
OBJECTIVE:
The objective of this lab is to calibrate the hydraulic flowmeters and paddlewheel
flowmeter by determining their flow coefficients as functions of flow rate in terms of the
Reynolds number. We will also compare these
Name:
Seat:
TAM 335 FINAL EXAM
Spring 2011
Prof. David Saintillan
Closed textbook and notes.
One double-sided hand-written sheet allowed.
No cell phones. You may use a calculator.
Please show all your work, and justify any assumptions or approximations th
Objective
Objective of this particular lab session is to gain more understanding regarding flow
visualization. Various experiments will be done to observe the flow, and a video will also be
shown to understand further regarding this topic.
Questions
1. Ex
LabC:FlowAroundaBendinaRectangularDuct
TAM 335
Lab C: Flow Around a Bend in a Rectangular Duct
1. Objective
The purpose of this lab is to measure the force applied by a curved rectangular duct to the
air flowing through it, and to determine if a linear-mo
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Sec. 1.1—1.6
1—1. Represent each of the following quantities with
combinations of units in the correct SI form, using an
appropriate prefix: (a) GN-um, (b) kg/um, (c) N/ksz,
(d) kN/u5~
1—2. Evaluate each of the following to th
330 CHAPTER 6 FLUID MOMENTUM
Unless otherwise stated, in the following problems,
assume the ﬂuids are ideal fluids, that is, incompressible
and frictionless.
Sec. 6.1-6.2
6-1. Determine the linear momentum of a mass of fluid in
a 0.2-m length of pipe if
Arvind Sandhu
TAM 335
Section ABL
Lab V: Open-Channel Flow
Objective:
1) To determine the free-surface profiles for steady, slowly varying flow in an open rectangular
channel.
2) To compare these profiles with those predicted by the theory for free-surfac
Arvind Sandhu
Section ABL - Lab K
Objective
The experiment that we performed, Head Losses in a Pipe with Elbows, had two clear
objectives for us to focus on. First we are to measure and characterize the loss of energy
in flow through a pipe with 90 bends
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to observe the dynamic similarity by comparing the flow
of two geometrically similar spillways. A small-scale model is used to predict the flow
behavior of the large prototype. Using the principle of geometric
Objective
The purpose of this experiment is to measure the resultant force applied by the curved
rectangular duct to the air flowing within to validate the control-volume analysis based on the
linear-momentum principle. Also, the analysis of whether the t
Objective
The purpose of this experiment is to measure the pressure of the fluid at certain points, and to
calculate the pressure difference in the fluid system. Three methods were used to find the
pressures in this experiment piezometric, bromoform, and
Objective
Determine the free-surface profiles for steady, slowly carrying flow in an open rectangular
channel and to compare these profiles with those predicted by the theory for free-surface
profiles for the given bed slope and Mannings roughness coeffic
Introduction
The purpose of this experiment is to establish hydraulic jumps of various strengths in a
horizontal rectangular channel and to compare the experimental measurements of the
upstream and downstream depths and associated energy losses with value