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5. A flat plate is sliding at a constant velocity of 5 m/s on a large horizontal table. A thin layer of
oil (of absolute viscosity = 0.40 Ns/mz) separates the plat from the table. To limit the shea
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CWR-3201 Fluid Mechanics (Summer 2008)
Quiz 5
Your Name:
Grade:
1. The schematic of a pumping system to pump water from a canal to an overhead storage tank
is shown. At the d
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CWR-3201L Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
Prof. Nantaporn Noosai
Experiment #8: Open Channel Flow
Group #1
Ramon Cacho
Michelle Brioso
Objective
In this lab, we will be applying
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CWR-3201 Fluid Mechanics
The Final Examination
Your Name:
Grade:
This test has ten problems and each question has a score of 20
points.
Problem #1: A syringe is used to inoculate a cow. The plunger has a face area of 500 m
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CWR-3201 Fluid Mechanics (Summer 2008)
Quiz 2
Name:
Grade:
Please use differential equation to derive the magnitude and location of force on any shape
plane surface.
2. A tan
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Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
CWR-3201 Fluid Mechanics (Summer 2008)
Quiz 1
Your Name:
Grade:
1. What is the no-slip condition that all fluids satisfy?
A. the experimental observation that the fluid slips
Florida International University
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CWR-3201L Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
Prof. Nantaporn Noosai
Experiment #7: Fluid Friction in Pipes
Group #1
Ramon Cacho
Michelle Brioso
Samy Abu Hussein
Ronald Charles
Obje
Objective:
The main objective of this lab experiment was to determine the densities, specific gravities, and
weights of various fluids. A fluid is defined as any substance which, when acted upon by a shear force,
causes a continuous or unlimited deformati
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CWR-3201 Fluid Mechanics (Summer 2008)
Quiz 4
Name:
Grade:
1. Please use the basic equation to derive the momentum equation.
2. Please answer the following:
b) Three major fo
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Quiz 3
Name:
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1) Please use differential equation to derive the basic equation.
2) Please use the derived basic equation to descr
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CWR-3201 Fluid Mechanics (Make up 2009)
Quiz 3
Name:
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1) Please use differential equation to derive the basic equation.
2) Please use the derived basic equation to desc
CWR 3103
February 12, 2013
Homework #3
Problem #1
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Given:
Elevation= 1000m
Dry bulb temperature= 25.6 C
Wet bulb temperature = 19.5 C
psy= 0.000662 C
-1
Find:
The actual vapor pressure, ea, at elevation of 1000m
CWR 3103
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Homework #2
Problem #1
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Given:
Storm
January 8
August 22
June 23
July 24
July 6
Accumulated Rainfall(in)
5 in
3 in
2 in
2.4 in
1.7 in
Time (mins.)
420 mins
420 mins
360 mins
480 mins
350 mins
Find:
The total
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January 17, 2013
Homework #1
Problem #1
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One federal agency that is involved, to a large extent, in the water resources of the country is the
US Geological Survey. The mission of the US Geological Survey is to provide imparti
Experiment 3: Hydrostatic Pressure
CWR201L U02A
Group 1
Results, Conclusions:
Discussion:
Objectives and Theory:
Procedures:
June 4, 2016
Date Performed: May 26, 2016
Instructor Present: Anupama John
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Exper
4.1.1 From Darcys Law:
q
Kb
dh
dl
(25 m / day)(18.5 m)
24.62 m 25.96 m
822 m
0.754 m 3 / day
Specific discharge can be found as follows:
v
Q
A
q
b
K
dh
dl
(25 m / day)
24.62 m 25.96 m
822 m
0.04075m / day
4.1cm / day
The seepage velocity, or average linea
16 1
Chapter 16
16.1.1. L = 100 m, n = 0.4, S = 0.02 m/m, T = 10 years, in SI units, K = 26.285
KL0.6n 0.6 26.285(100) 0.6 (0.4) 0.6 777.38
t c 0.4 0.3
0.4 in seconds.
i S
i 0.4 (0.02) 0.3
i
12.96
t c 0.4 in minutes
i
Assume i, then compute tc and compa
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Chapter 11
11.1.1. n = 0.014.
Catchment
Ground elevation
(m)
300
298
296
294.5
1.1
1.2
2.1
3.1
Area
(km2)
0.01
0.008
0.005
Runoff
coefficient
0.60
0.75
0.80
Inlet time
(min)
25
20
15
1.1
200 m
150 m
2.1
1.2
150 m
3.1
The solution for this problem is
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Chapter 7
7.2.1. T = 25 years, Td = 30 min.
Using equation (7.2.1b),
P30min = 0.51P15min + 0.49P60min
Also, P25,60 = aP2,60 + bP100,60. For T = 25 yr., a = 0.293 and b = 0.669 (From
Table 7.2.1). Using Figures 7.2.14 (e) and (f), P2,60 1.45 in
3.1.1
From Darcys Law:
q Kb
56.90 m 52.35 m
dh
3.4125 m 3 / day
(25 m / day )(30 m)
dl
1000
m
Specific discharge can be found as follows:
v
56.90 m 52.35 m 0.11375 m / day 11.375 cm / day
Q q
dh
K
(25 m / day)
A b
dl
1000 m
The seepage velocity, or
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10.2.1. T = 50 years. For a return period of 50 years, P
1
1
0.02
T 50
P(Q q50) = 1 P(Q q50) = 1 0.02 = 0.98
ln q 50 lnQ
ln q 50 8.515
Thus, 0.98 P Z
P Z
lnQ
0.368
ln q 50 8.515
0.98 Z
( Z)
0.368
From Table 10.2.1, Z = 2.055 for Z 0.
Problem 6.1.1 (Dan Rothman)
Model calibration is the process of refining model parameters such as hydrogeologic framework
(e.g., discretization of subsurface domain), aquifer hydraulic properties (e.g., transmissivity,
storativity), and/or boundary condit
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19.1.1
Student Response
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Second student response
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19.1.2
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19.2.1
19.2.2
For a detailed description the following three references could be used:
Water Policy in Spain,