SPHERE SUPPORTED BY AIR JET
OBJECTIVE
Apply nondimensional analysis to an experiment where a sphere is supported by air jet
Learn about:
o Applications of dimensional analysis
o Dimensionless parameters
o Appropriately accounting for experimental error
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ESCI320138: Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
Conservation of Mass (Mass Flux)
by
Zeyi Ding
Member of Group NO. 3
Date Experiment Performed: Thursday, April 6th, 2017
Date Report Submitted: Thursday, April 20th, 2017
Submitted to: Dr. Krishnaswa Ravindra
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Note: This Exam is closed book, closed notes. Hand in Formula Sheet(s) with this test. Total points 100. Clearly show
your work and diagrams for ﬁill credit. Put your ﬁnal answers in BOXES.
HW1 ESCI 322
Due September 4, 2013
1.
For each quantity listed, indicate dimensions in terms of (lbf, ft, s, oR), (slug, ft, s, oR), and
(N, m, s, K):
a.
Power
b.
Pressure
c.
Energy
d.
Momentum
e.
Shear stress
f.
Specific heat
2.
Derive the conversion fac
HW5
Due 10/15
1. A circular cylinder (right) inserted across a stream of flowing water
deflects the stream through angle as shown. (This is termed the
Coanda effect). For a = 12.5 mm, b = 2.5 mm, V = 3 m/s, and = 20o,
determine the horizontal component of
ESCI 322
Practice Midterm Exam 1
Closed book/notes
Name
Please circle all answers.
Some helpful equations:
p = RT ,
e = cv T ,
h = c pT = e +
p
, =
1
1
p p
d2
p =
+
, P cos = g h A, d cos = g h
R1 R2
4
dp
= g ,
dz
h = y sin ,
p + gz = constant, p = g
ESCI 322
Practice Midterm Exam 2
Closed book/notes
Name
Please circle all answers.
Some helpful equations:
p = RT ,
e = cv T ,
dp
= g ,
dz
h = c pT = e +
p
Atriangle =
1
2
I triangle =
,
1
36
bh
h
bh 3
p + gz = constant, p = g h
1
3
h
b
Arect = bh
I rect
HW2
Due September 13, 2013
1.
Compute the depth, , at which the cube shown below will float in the twoliquid reservoir.
The cube density is c = 1.45.
2. Problem 3.24.
3. Problem 3.27.
4. Problem 3.29.
5. Problem 3.51.
1.
2. Problem 3.24
3.
4.
5.
HW3
Due September 20, 2013
1.
For the dam below, determine the magnitude of the gage pressure force F and the depth of
the center of pressure h = hcp given h = 5 ft, = 53, and the liquid is seawater with = 1.99
slug/ft3.
2.
A circular gate of radius R piv
HW10
Due December 9, 2013
1. A blower of diameter D = 24 in operating at = 2000 rpm has the following performance figures:
Q* = 335 ft3/sec; hp* = 430 ft; Wm* = 26 hp. Compute CQ*, CH*, CP*, p, and Ns for this blower if
the working fluid is air with = 0.0
HW9
Due December 4, 2013
1. Experiments show that the pressure drop for flow through an orifice plate of diameter d mounted
in a length of pipe of diameter D may be expressed as p = p1 p2 = f(, , V, d, D). Obtain the
relevant dimensionless parameters to o
ESCI 322
Practice Exam 3
Closed book/notes
Please circle all answers.
Some helpful equations:
Basics
p = RT ,
p =
R1
= ,
+
e = cv T ,
R2
h = c pT = e +
p
, =
1
1
p p
, P cos = g h A, d cos = g h
T
= ,
r Tr
AT 3 / 2
=
,
T +B
= eTr / T
r
Atriangl
ESCI 322
Final Exam Equation Sheet, Fall Semester 2013
Basics
p = RT ,
p =
R1
+
= ,
e = cv T ,
R2
h = c pT = e +
p
, P cos = g h A,
AT 3 / 2
=
,
T +B
T
= ,
r Tr
, =
1
1
p p
d cos = g h
= eTr / T
r
Atriangle =
Vdisplaced
p T
=
p1 T1
g / aR
1
HW7
Due November 11, 2013
1.
A cubic block that is 30 mm square slides across a flat plate
on a thin film of SAE 10W30 oil, at 20oC. The film is
h=0.2 mm thick. The block of mass 1 kg moves at a
constant velocity of 1 m/s being pushed by the constant
for
HW8
Due November 20, 2013
1. Revisit this problem from the previous assignment, but now complete with minor losses for the
inlet (abrupt/square) and the contraction (abrupt). Water is extracted from reservoir through a pipe
of series of pipes as shown bel
HW6
Due October 30, 2013
1.
A can of Coke has a small pinhole leak in it. The Coke is being sprayed vertically in the air to a height
of 20 in. What is the pressure inside the can of Coke, assuming a liquid density of SGCoke=1.11? (P
6.50, FM7)
2.
A water
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Test #4
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calculations and diagrams for full credit. Use the backs of these shee
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Test #2
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Test #3
This is a takehome test and will allow you to demonstrate your knowledge and skills without the stress of a conventional
inclass, timed test.
1) Open book, ebook, notes and homework is acceptable.
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