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Kaleb Mora
Caroline Van Horn
Jessica Menconi
Valeria Aspino
Lab K Write up
Graph 1: This graph calculated the increase/decrease of volume (in cubic feet) over time (minutes). In
terms of extreme values, the graph would have a much higher spike with much h
Instruction Lab A Using EXCEL for Basic Data Processing and Visualization
CIVE 103 Laboratory Exercise
Meet in your assigned computer lab for this exercise. Your completed spreadsheets
(including formulas and graphs) should be saved to your U drive. You w
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INTRODUCTION:
In lab 7, laminar and turbulent flows and their differing rates of energy dissipation were
observed. The purpose was to examine how head loss is affected by fluid friction and flow
velocity. Both smooth and rough pipes were used to introduce
Greeley
1
Introduction
The purpose of lab 9 was to introduce the study of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and to
apply CFD to the study of drag on a cylinder. By using computer science and mathematics, the
data from Lab 8 could be further analyzed and
Werden, Greeley
1
Introduction
In this lab open channel flow was introduced by observing a hydraulic jump and flow over
several types of weirs. In open channel flow the Froude number is a dimensionless number that
allows for the classification of open cha
Instruction Lab E Putting It All Together (EXCEL and VBA)
CIVE 103 Laboratory Exercise
Meet in your assigned computer lab for this exercise. Your completed spreadsheet
should be saved to your U drive. You will be uploading your completed spreadsheet
into
INTRODUCTION:
In lab 7, laminar and turbulent flows and their differing rates of energy dissipation were
observed. The purpose was to examine how head loss is affected by fluid friction and flow
velocity. Both smooth and rough pipes were used to introduce
Werden, Greeley
1
Introduction
In this lab the flow around an immersed body was investigated. The purpose of this lab was to
analyze the pressure head distribution around the perimeter of a cylinder submerged in a moving
fluid. In the experiment the relat
Lab 3: Buoyancy
Richard Greeley
Mitchell Werden
CIVE 301-L02
Experiment Carried out February 18, 2015
INTRODUCTION:
The purpose of lab 3 is to study buoyant forces. Buoyant forces are the forces cause objects to
float. They push upward on an object submer