MEEG 332 Homework 3 (2012)
Due start of class Thursday 8 March
1. A steady two-dimensional ow has the velocity potential
(x, y ) = x2 + 4y y 2 .
(a) Find the x and y velocity components as functions of x and y .
(b) Find a streamfunction for this ow in te
MEEG 332 Homework 6 (2012)
Due start of class Thursday 15 April
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1. White (7th Ed.) Problem 6.7. Answers (a) 26 sec, (b) T = 66 C.
2. White (7th Ed.) Problem 6.8.
3. White (7th Ed.) Problem 6.9. Answers (a) 11.2 m, (b) 163 Pa, (c) 0.0182.
4. White (7th
MEEG 332 Homework 5 (2012)
Due start of class Thursday 22 March
1. A sheet of plywood of width w is lying on a at roof. A uniform wind of
speed U is in a direction parallel to the roof as shown. The density of the
air is and the viscosity is . The leading
P7160 A fishnet consists of 1-m1n-dia1neter st1ings overlapped and knotted to fonn 1- by
1-cm squares. Estimate the drag of 1 1112 of such a net when towed normal to its plane at 3
n17s in 20°C seawater. What horsepower is required to tow 400 ft2 of thi
MEEG 332 Homework 4 (2012)
Due start of class Thursday 15 March
1. A cup anemometer is a device for measuring wind speed. A schematic
diagram is shown below (top view):
c
D
1
L
L
V
oo
L
L
c
D2
(a) We wish to nd the relation between the wind speed V and th
MEEG 332 Homework 2 (2012)
Due: Start of class Thursday 1 March
1. A potential source of strength m = 2 is located at the point (-1,0) in
the (x, y ) plane. There is also a sink (of strength m = -1) at the point(1,0)
and a uniform stream of speed U = 1 in
MEEG 332 Homework 1 (2012)
Due start of class Tuesday 21 February
1. Consider the two-dimensional velocity eld
u = 2ky,
v = 4kx
where k is a dimensional constant.
(a) Does the given velocity eld represent an incompressible ow? Explain.
(b) Does the veloci
Chapter 9 Compressible Flow
653
9.32 The large compressed-air tank in Fig. P9.32 exhausts from a nozzle at an exit velocity of 235 m/s. The mercury manometer reads h = 30 cm. Assuming isentropic flow, compute the pressure (a) in the tank and (b) in the at
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Solutions Manual Fluid Mechanics, Fifth Edition
Mercury Glycerin
13,550 1260
1.56E-3 1.49
0.046 470.
Clearly there are vast differences between fluid properties and their effects on flows.
6.7 Cola, approximated as pure water at 20C, is to fill an 8-o
Chapter 7 Flow Past Immersed Bodies
573
P7.15 Discuss whether fully developed laminar incompressible flow between parallel plates, Eq. (4.143) and Fig. 4.16b, represents an exact solution to the boundary-layer equations (7.19) and the boundary conditions
Chapter 9 Compressible Flow
655
9.35 Helium, at To = 400 K, enters a nozzle isentropically. At section 1, where A1 = 0.1 m2, a pitot-static arrangement (see Fig. P9.25) measures stagnation pressure of 150 kPa and static pressure of 123 kPa. Estimate (a) M