ME 310 Lab 2
1.
The efficiency curves are calculated by taking the water power divided by the brake
power. The efficiency is higher for the reverse installed pump. The efficiency decreases
as the flow rate gets restricted at the upper levels at can rise w
Lab #3 Free Air Jet Investigation
ME 310 ABB Thursday 12:00-1:50 pm
1.)
Introduction: This lab was done in order to determine air flow and its correlation with
velocity, pressure changes, momentum and mass flow when moved in the radial and axial
direction
Prof. Hilgenfeldt
Mechanical Science and Engineering
UIUC
April 7, 2010
TAM 335 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics Midterm Exam II
This is a closed-book exam. You are not allowed to use any book or electronic
calculator. You are, however, allowed one page (o
Lab #4 Pipe Flow Investigation
1.)
Introduction: This lab was done in order to determine the flow of water through pipes
and its relation to pressure drop, flow rate, pipe diameter with respect to the head loss due to
friction. It is assumed that the flui
ME 310 MIDTERM EXAM II
Spring 2014
Prof. Sascha Hilgenfeldt & Rajavasanth Rajasegar
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
AE 2: 10:00 10.50 am
AE 1: 11.00 11.50 am
Closed textbook and notes.
One page (two-side) formula sheet allowed.
No electronic devices.
No calcula
Specific weight: = g ; Specific gravity S or SG: S =
v
V
; Kinetic viscosity: =
Viscosity : yx =
y
v
Pressure gradient force: f press = P
Hydrostatic pressure distribution: P = g = or
fluid
water
2
dP
= or P2 P1 = dz
1
dz
The resultant force on submerg
I didnt have time to cover this in the review lecture, so here it is:
Conservation of linear momentum
After define the coordinate system you will use
Step 1: use the fluid as the frame of reference, and find the fluid force experienced by the fluid:
v
d
S
VD VD
=
. If Re < 2300, laminar flow; Re > 2300, turbulent flow
For pipes, Reynolds number: Re =
Head Loss in a pipe flow:
P1
V2
P
V2
+ 1 + z1 = 2 + 2 + z 2 + h f + hother
g
g
2g
2g
h f is from wall shear friction loss
General Equation:
Here hother can be
Name: _
Fluid Mechanics (ME 310, Sample)
Exam 2 (One hour exam, closed book and closed notes, 50 points total)
It is recommended that you solve the problem in symbolic notation, and try to substitute the
numerical values into the equation at the final st
ME 310: Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
Fluid Properties Investigation
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Fluid Properties Investigation
I. Objective
The objectives of this first Laboratory are (1) to understand and m
Experimental Errors and Uncertainty
Analysis
Experimental Errors and Uncertainty Analysis
Introduction
No experimental measurement is perfect; on the contrary, the measurement of any
variable contains inaccuracies to some degree. Thus, it is important for
ME 310: Fluid Mechanics Labortory
A Quick Guide on How to Format Graphs in Excel
Although style variations for Excel graphs are permitted in the lab reports, they must fall within
the range of accepted engineering practice. What is accepted engineering pr
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Prof. Hilgenfeldt
Mechanical Science and Engineering
UIUC
April 8, 2009
TAM 335 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics Midterm Exam II
This is a closed-book exam. You are not allowed to use any book or electronic
calculator. You are, however, allowed one page (o
ME 310 MIDTERM EXAM I
Spring 2014
Prof. Sascha Hilgenfeldt &RajavasanthRajasegar
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
AE 2: 10:00 10.50 am
AE 1: 11.00 11.50 am
Closed textbook and notes.
One page (two-side) formula sheet allowed.
No electronic devices.
No calculator
Conservation of energy:
v
v v
1
& &
(h + V 2 + gz ) (V n )dA + Q W s
CV
CS
2
v
d
d
d
If steady state:
d (vol ) = 0;
Vd (vol ) = 0;
ed (vol ) = 0
CV
CV
dt
dt
dt CV
v2
v2
Pi Vi
Pe Ve
+ zi ) =
+
+ z e ) + hloss , where
If steady state and one dimensional: (
Sample Exam
Fluid Mechanics (Closed book and closed notes, 50 points total)
It is recommended that you solve the problem in symbolic notation, and try to substitute the
numerical values into the equation at the final step.
Be sure to state your assumption
Dim Associated with Common Physical Qunnu
Velocity potential
FLT Mu FLT MLT .
System System Sysnem System biplane 5 equauon
Acceleroon LT 4 LT-2 Power FLT" MET-J Umfnrm Pmnual 0
Angle FLDT5 MLT mm pL-I MIL-1r-2
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Lab 4: Cylinder in Cross Flow and Flow
Visualization Investigation
Ryan OSullivan
NetID: rosulli2
ME 310 Section ABG, Tuesday 3-5pm
TA: Jin Tae Kim
April 5, 2016
Introduction
The objective of this experiment is to understand viscous flow around cylinders.
PROJECT REPORT
To: Jin Tae Kim
From: Ryan OSullivan, Tom Prendergast, Daniel Kofman, Rex Gu
Project Title: Fountain Design Project
INTRODUCTION
An engineering letter report should not exceed two pages, and one page is often desired. Brevity
is important i
ME 310: Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
Design Project: A System of Fountains
Table fountains at the Colonnade, Versailles, France.
Photo: Stephanie Leitch. From Robert Neuman,
Illusions of Grandeur
Bellagio fountains. Image care of PurdyClevur Photography.
pur
Lab 4: Cylinder in Cross Flow and Flow
Visualization Investigation
Ryan OSullivan
NetID: rosulli2
ME 310 Section ABG, Tuesday 3-5pm
TA: Jin Tae Kim
April 5, 2016
Introduction
The objective of this experiment is to understand viscous flow around cylinders.
ME 310 AL2 homework 3
Due:9/21/2012
1.
2.
3.
4.
An open cylindrical tank, 6 ft high and 3 ft in diameter, contains 4.50 ft of water. If the cylinder rotates
about its geometric axis, (a) what constant angular velocity can be attained without spilling any
1.131
R. Ewoldt
Additional Problem 1. What four (4) forces have we discussed with fluids? Identify them as either (i)
body forces or (ii) surface forces.
Pressure surface force
Gravity body force
Viscous force surface force
Surface tension force surface f