Problem 3.24
Given:
Data on manometer
Find:
[Difficulty: 2]
Gage pressure at point a
Assumption:
Water, liquids A and B are static and incompressible
Solution:
Basic equation
dp
= g
dy
or, for constant
p = g h
where h is height difference
Starting at poi

EGN3353C Fluid Mechanics Fall 2008
Exam 3
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INSTRUCTIONS:
Closed book, closed notes, calculator and provided formula table allowed
Clearly state any assumptions and show derivations
1. (10 points) Air with a static pressure of 0.

Recitation 3
EGN3353C Fluid Mechanics
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1) A piston having a cross-sectional area of 0.34 m is located in a cylinder containing water as shown in
the Figure below. An open U-tube manometer is connected to the cylinder as shown. For h 1 = 77 mm

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EGN3353C Fluid Mechanics Fall 2008
Final Exam
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INSTRUCTIONS:
Closed book, closed notes, calculator and provided formula table allowed
Clearly state any assumptions and show derivations
1. (10 points) A retaining wall against a m

EGN3353C - Fluid Mechanics
Spring Semester 2010
Exam 3: Formula Sheet
Notation
A area
a speed of sound
M Mach number
m mass ow
p pressure
R gas constant
T temperature
u velocity
Ratio of specic heats
density
Isentropic Flow
Subscript 0 and superscript d

Recitation 20 Converging-Diverging Nozzle
A converging-diverging nozzle is bolted to the side of a large tank. Air inside the tank is maintained
at a constant 200 psia and 100F. The inlet area of the nozzle is 10 in2, the throat area of the nozzle
is 1 in

EGN3353C Fluid Mechanics Spring 2010 !
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Exam 1
LAST NAME:_ FIRST NAME:_ SECTION:_
INSTRUCTIONS: Closed book, closed notes, calculator allowed.
1. (5 points) You are given a crown and asked to determine whether it is made of pure gold. You nd
that the cro

EGN3353C Fluid Mechanics
Recitation 14
1) Air flows through a duct with an inlet area of 5 cm2 and an exit area of 7 cm2. The exit of the duct empties
into a large reservoir. At the inlet section, the air velocity is 500 m/s, the pressure is 680 kPa and t

Recitation 14
1) Water flows around a 6-ft-diameter bridge pier with a velocity of 9.4 ft/s. Estimate the force (per
unit length) that the water exerts on the pier. Assume that the flow can be approximated as an
ideal fluid flow around the front half of t

EGN3353C Fluid Mechanics
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Recitation 10 Problems
1) Water flows in a horizontal elbow-nozzle combination as shown. The pipe at section 1 has a diameter of 300 mm.
The gauge pressure at section 1 is 104 kPa and the velocity at section 1 is 5 m/s

Problem 5.85
[Difficulty: 3]
Given:
Find:
Velocity field for pressure-driven flow between stationary parallel plates
Solution:
We will apply the definition of circulation to the given velocity field.
(a) Expression for circulation about a closed contour o

Problem 3.25
[Difficulty: 2]
SGoil = 0.827 from Table A.1
Given:
Two fluid manometer, Meriam red oil is the second fluid
Find:
The amplification factor which will be seen in this demonstrator
Solution:
We will apply the hydrostatics equations to this syst

Recitation 8
1) A stream function for an incompressible flow field is given by
= 3ax 2 y ay 3
where a = 1.0 /m/sec.
a)
b)
c)
d)
Show that the flow is irrotational.
Find the corresponding velocity potential function
Where is(are) the stagnation point(s)?

Problem *3.92
[Difficulty: 2]
Given:
Iceberg floating in seawater
Find:
Quantify the statement, "Only the tip of an iceberg shows (in seawater)."
Solution:
We will apply the hydrostatics equations to this system.
Fbuoy = g Vd
Governing Equations:
Assumpti

Problem 3.44
[Difficulty: 3]
Given:
Atmospheric conditions at ground level (z = 0) in Denver, Colorado are p0 = 83.2 kPa, T0 = 25C.
Pike's peak is at elevation z = 2690 m.
Find:
p/p0 vs z for both cases.
Solution:
dp
= g
dz
Governing Equations:
Assumption

Problem 3.64
Given:
[Difficulty: 3]
Gate AOC, hinged along O, has known width;
Weight of gate may be neglected. Gate is sealed at C.
b = 6 ft
Find:
Force in bar AB
Solution:
We will apply the hydrostatics equations to this system.
Governing Equations:
(Hy

Problem 3.22
[Difficulty: 2]
Two fluid manometer contains water and kerosene. With both tubes
open to atmosphere, the difference in free surface elevations is known
Given:
Ho = 20 mm SGk = 0.82 (From Table A.1, App. A)
Find:
The elevation difference, H, b

Recitation 1 (Sept 4, '07)
Test Problem 1.
A U-tube manometer is built with unequal tube diameters in the two legs. The right side tube diameter D is much larger than the left side tube diameter d=0.1 mm. Bothe sides are open to the atmosphere. Surf

Recitation 4 (Sept 25, '07)
Problem 3 Given a velocity profile across the depth H of a W meter wide lake, calculate the volumetric flow rate of the lake.
W wide
H
y
Velocity profile: u(y) = Ky direction of y being upward from the bottom of the l

EGN 3353C Fluid Mechanics
Section 4.4-4-6: MOMENTUM ANALYSIS OF FLOW SYSTEMS
Lecture 9 RTT applied to Conservation of Linear Momentum
! We will now apply the Reynolds Transport Theorem (RTT) to the Conservation of Linear Momentum
! We will restrict our an

Lecture Comp. 5: Normal Shock Waves
Normal Shock Waves
o
For
in the C-D nozzle, a normal shock
(NS) was present in the diverging part of the nozzle
as shown in the photograph at the right
o
NS will occur to decelerate supersonic flow to
subsonic flow. Wha

EGN 3353C Fluid Mechanics
Lecture 1: Read Chapter 1
Chapter 1: Introduction and Basic Concepts
Disclaimer: In preparing this lecture notes I used many slides from Prof. Lou Cattafestas lecture note for the same
course.
Main Topics:
Definition of a Fluid

EGN 3353C Fluid Mechanics
Lecture 9 Reynolds Transport Theorem provides link between system and control volume
approaches
Recall that all laws of mechanics are written for
systems (Lagrangian description)
System arbitrary quantity of mass of fixed
ident