Chapter 7
DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS
AND MODELING
71 DIMENSIONS AND UNITS
Dimension: A measure of a physical quantity (without numerical values).
Unit: A way to assign a number to that dimension.
There are seven primary dimensions (also called fundamental or ba

ME 325, Non-graded Homework Fluid Ch. 6
Try to solve the following problems from the textbook.
2nd Ed: 23, 25, 40, 50, 56, 61, 63
3rd Ed: 25, 27 (use 20 m/s, 5 m/s), 44, 49, 60, 65, 62
6-23
Solution A reducing elbow deflects water upwards and discharges i

Chapter 9
Gas Power Systems
Learning Outcomes
Perform air-standard analyses of internal
combustion engines based on the Otto,
Diesel, and dual cycles, including:
sketching p-v and T-s diagrams and evaluating
property data at principal states.
applying ene

Chapter 3
PRESSURE AND FLUID
STATICS
31 PRESSURE
Pressure at a Point
Pressure is the compressive force
per unit area
Pressure at any point in a fluid is
the same in all directions.
Pressure has magnitude but not a
specific direction, and thus it is a
s

ME 325, Non-graded Homework Thermo Ch 8.
Try to solve the following problems from the textbook.
8.7, 8.13, 8.20, 8.33 (a), 8.40, 8.49, 8.60, 8.74
Problem 8.13

ME 325, Non-graded Homework Thermo Ch. 9
Try to solve the following problems from the textbook.
9.1 a-c, 9.6, 9.20, 9.24, 9.34, 9.37, 9.42, 9.59, 9.67, 9.80, 9.94
Problem 9.24
Problem 9.42
Problem 9.59
Problem 9.80

ME 325, Non-graded Homework Thermo Ch. 12
Try to solve the following problems from the textbook.
12.4, 12.7, 12.22, 12.31, 12.51, 12.66, 12.76, 12.92, 12.103
Problem 12.31
Problem 12.51
Problem 12.66

ME 325, Non-graded Homework Thermo Ch. 10
Try to solve the following problems from the textbook.
10.6, 10.17, 10.24, 10.42 a-e, 10.48
Problem 10.17
Problem 10.24
Problem 10.48

ME 325, Non-graded Homework Thermo Ch. 13
Try to solve the following problems from the textbook.
13.10, 13.17, 13.20, 13.31, 13.41, 13.46, 13.53, 13.57, 13.64, 13.74, 13.77
Note: Equivalence ratio is the ratio of the actual fuel-air ratio to the fuel-air

ME 325, Non-graded Homework Fluid Ch. 2
Try to solve the following problems from the textbook.
2nd Ed : 77, 79, 85, 103
3rd Ed : 81 (use 40 cm X 40 cm plate, 2 m/s) , 83, 88, 110 (use 0.002 mm diameter)
2-77
Solution A thin flat plate is pulled horizontal

Chapter 8
Vapor Power Systems
Introducing Power Generation
To meet our national power needs there are
challenges related to
Declining economically
recoverable supplies of
nonrenewable energy resources.
Effects of global climate change
and other environmen

Chapter 5
MASS, BERNOULLI AND
ENERGY EQUATIONS
51 INTRODUCTION
Mass balance for a control volume (CV) in rate form:
Continuity equation: In fluid mechanics, the conservation of mass
relation written for a differential control volume is usually called the

ME 325, Non-graded Homework Fluid Ch. 4
Try to solve the following problems from the textbook.
2nd Ed: 18, 19, 34, 36
3rd Ed: 18, 19, 35, 37
4-18
Solution For a given pressure and velocity field, we are to calculate the rate of change of pressure
followin

Chapter 10
Refrigeration and Heat Pump Systems
Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate understanding of basic vaporcompression refrigeration and heat pump
systems.
Develop and analyze thermodynamic models of
vapor-compression systems and their
modifications, includ

ME 325 Thermodynamics Review
Thermodynamic Properties
- Macroscopic characteristic of a system such as mass, volume, energy, pressure and
temperature to which a numerical value can be assigned at a given time without knowledge
of the previous behavior (hi

Chapter 2
PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS
22 DENSITY AND SPECIFIC GRAVITY
Density
Specific volume
Specific gravity: The ratio
of the density of a
substance to the density of
some standard substance
at a specified temperature
(usually water at 4C).
Specific weight: T

Chapter 1
INTRODUCTION AND
BASIC CONCEPTS
11 INTRODUCTION
Fluid mechanics: The science that deals with the behavior of fluids at
rest (fluid statics) or in motion (fluid dynamics), and the interaction of fluids
with solids or other fluids at the boundarie

ME 325, Non-graded Homework Fluid Ch. 7
Try to solve the following problems from the textbook.
2nd Ed: 39, 59, 65
3rd Ed: 37 (use 2.24 m, 0.525 m/s), 55, 61
7-39
Solution For a scale model of a submarine being tested in air, we are to calculate the wind t

Chapter 12
Ideal Gas Mixture and Psychrometric
Applications
Learning Outcomes
Describe ideal gas mixture composition in terms
of mass fractions and mole fractions.
Use the Dalton model to relate pressure, volume,
and temperature and to calculate changes i

Chapter 6
MOMENTUM ANALYSIS OF
FLOW SYSTEMS
64 THE LINEAR MOMENTUM EQUATION
Newtons second law can be stated as
The sum of all external forces acting on a system is equal to the time rate of
change of linear momentum of the system.
This statement is valid

Chapter 4
FLUID KINEMATICS
41 LAGRANGIAN AND EULERIAN DESCRIPTIONS
Kinematics: The study of motion.
Fluid kinematics: The study of how fluids flow and how to describe fluid motion.
There are two distinct ways to describe motion: Lagrangian and Eulerian
La