MAE 130B Midterm Exam
Instructor: Professor LaRue
Date: 2/12/14
Estimated time: 120 Min
1. Solution: Dimension of the variables is as follows:
F 0 L0T 0 ;
D1
T 1;
L; D2
FL2T ; K
L; l
FL
L
From the pi theorem, 7-3=4 terms are required.
By inspection: 1
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ME130A INTRODUCTION TO FLUID MECHANICS
Professor R. H. Rangel
Fall 2011
Lectures:
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Jaeho Lee
Mechanical and Aerospace Engr.
University of California, Irvine
Spring 2017
1
Recap
Boiling Heat Transfer
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Due June 2nd, 3 pm.
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Professor Rangel
Name: _
Quiz 6
ID:_
Circle one. I (have) (have not) watched Lectures 15, 16, and 17 on line.
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Circle one. l (have) (have not) watched Lectures 18, 19, and 20 on line.
Name:
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Jaeho Lee
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Name and ID: SOLUTION
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Name: SOLUTION
1. (4) Find the forces
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