Assignment
Chapter
Topic
No 7
: Fluidization & its
Types
Submission
Date: 2nd Dec
2015
1
Chapter No :08
Transportation &
Metering of Fluids
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Contents Of Chapter
3
DESIGNING OF ANY FLUID FLOWING SY
CHAPTER NO : 7
Flow Past
Immersed
Objects
Introduction:
External flows past objects encompass a variety of fluid
mechanics phenomena.
The character of the flow field depends on the shape
of the object
Basic Concept:
Fluid dynamics of a compressible medium
A compressible medium is one in which
the density can change. This leads to
steady flow where velocity ~ speed of sound
(e.g., high-speed aircraf
Quantity
Mass
length
Volume
Force
pressure
Energy
Equivalent
1 kg = 1000 g = 0.001 metric ton = 2.20462 Ibm =
35.27392 oz
1 Ibm = 160z = 5 X 10-4 ton = 453.593 g =
0.453593 kg
1 m = 100 cm = 1000 mm =
Viscous flow in ducts
Chapter 6
Piping systems are encountered in almost
every engineering design and thus have been
studied extensively.
The basic piping problem is:
What pressure drop is needed t
Compressible flows
Chapter 9
Frank M. White
9.1. Introduction
All previous chapters have been concerned with low-speed
or incompressible flow, i.e., where the fluid velocity is much
less than its spe
Turbomachinery
Chapter 11
Frank M. White
Introduction
Turbo Latin word meaning spin or whirl.
And turbomachinery is the machine that transfer energy
between rotor and fluid.
two types:
One that gi
Interpretation of experimental data.
Best represented in dimensionless form.
Dimensional analysis is a method for reducing the
number and complexities of experimental
variable that affect a given ph
Basic Equations of Fluid Flow
Chapter 4 McCabe &
Smith
Chapter 3,4 & 5 of Frank
M. White
Three basic equations
Continuity equation rate of change of mass is zero
Momentum equation rate change of momen
Introduction
Dimensions and Units
&
Fluid Properties
Concept of Fluid
A fluid, such as water or air, deforms continuously
when acted on by shearing or tangential stress of any
magnitude.
A solid can r
Fluid flow phenomena
Turbulence
&
Boundary layer
The behavior of a flowing fluid depends strongly on whether
or not the fluid is under the influence of solid boundaries.
In the region where the influe
Chapter No:05
Incompressible Flow in
Pipes and Channels
Flow In Circular Pipes
Objective
To
measure the pressure drop in the straight
section of smooth, rough, and packed pipes as a
function of flow