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change in density. The assumption of a linear temperature variation with altitude is the most reasonable
assumption.
This Example Problem shows use of the ideal gas equation
with the basic pressureheight relation to obtain th
Notes to instructors
Introduction
The following ideas and information are provided to assist the instructor in the design and implementation
of the course. Traditionally this course is taught at Washington State University and the University of Idaho as a
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320  Sections 1 & 2
Homework #9  Due November 23, 2011
Problem 1: A simplied form of the stepped thrust bearing consists of a stationary plate
held parallel to a moving surface as shown.
ME 320 Winter 2013
February 21, 2013
Midterm Exam
Do not read beyond this page until you are instructed to do so.
Instructions
1. For this exam, you are allowed to use a onesided 8.5 11 summary sheet and the textbook
(Fox & McDonald or similar book). Ple
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320
Homework #9 — Due November 197 2014
Problem 1: A simpliﬁed form of the stepped thrust bearing consists of a stationary plate
held parallel to a moving surface as shown. The plate
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320  Sections 1 & 2
Homework #9  Due November 23, 2011
Problem 1: A simplied form of the stepped thrust bearing consists of a stationary plate
held parallel to a moving surface as shown.
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320
Homework #9  Due November 19, 2014
Problem 1: A simplied form of the stepped thrust bearing consists of a stationary plate
held parallel to a moving surface as shown. The plate has a
ME 320 Winter 2013
April 4, 2013
Midterm Exam # 2
Do not read beyond this page until you are instructed to do so.
Instructions
1. For this exam, you are allowed to use a twosided 8.5 11 summary sheet in your own
handwriting and the textbook (Fox & McDona
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320, Fall 2015
Homework #2  Due September 30, 2015
Problem 1: Problems 1.124, 1.126 and 1.131 of the text.
Problem 2: Problems 2.10 and 2.20 of the text.
Problem 3: Problems 2.47 and 2.48
ME 320 Winter 2015
Eric Johnsen
This Problem set is for selfstudy only and will thus not be collected
Problem set #8
Problem 1: FM 4.209
Problem 2
Water ows vertically upward in a circular crosssectional pipe. At section 1, the velocity prole
over the c
ME 320 Winter 2015
Eric Johnsen
Due: Wednesday February 4 (in lecture)
Problem set #3
Problem 1: 3.21
Problem 2: 3.32
Problem 3: 3.47
1
Problem 4: 3.51
Problem 5: 3.63
2
ME 320 Winter 2015
Eric Johnsen
Due: Wednesday January 21 (in lecture)
Problem set #1
Problem 1
The pressure dierence, p, across a partial blockage in an artery (stenosis) is approximated by
p = Kv
V
+ Ku
D
A0
1
A1
2
V 2 ,
where V is the blood velocity, i
ME 320 Winter 2015
Eric Johnsen
Due: Wednesday April 15, 2015 (in class)
Problem set #9
Problem 1
Consider the steady ow of an incompressible viscous uid in a long horizontal duct where u = ay 2 x.
Find the corresponding pressure distribution.
Problem 2:
ME 320 Winter 2015
Eric Johnsen
Due: Wednesday January 28 (in lecture)
Problem set #2
Problem 1: 2.48
Problem 2: FM 2.66
Problem 3: 2.78
1
Problem 4: 3.15
Problem 5
Given atmospheric pressure at sea level and the radius of the earth (6370 km), determine t
ME 320 Winter 2015
Eric Johnsen
Due: Wednesday February 11 (in lecture)
Problem set #4
Problem 1: F & M 3.71
Problem 2: F & M 3.77
Problem 3: F & M 3.101
Problem 4: F & M 3.103
1
Problem 5: F & M 2.1
2
ME 320 Winter 2015
Eric Johnsen
Due: Wednesday March 25 (in lecture)
Problem set #7
Problem 1: F & M 4.109
Problem 2: F & M 4.133
Problem 3: F & M 4.178
1
Problem 4: F & M 4.181
Problem 5: F & M 4.203
2
ME 320 Winter 2015
Eric Johnsen
Due: Wednesday February 18 (in lecture)
Problem set #5
Problem 1: F & M 2.21
Problem 2: F & M 2.33
Problem 3: F & M 4.12
1
Problem 4: F & M 4.43
Problem 5
2
ME 320 Winter 2015
Eric Johnsen
Due: Wednesday March 18 (in lecture)
Problem set #6
Problem 1: F & M 4.57
Problem 2: F & M 4.62
Problem 3: F & M 4.85
1
Problem 4: F & M 4.90
Problem 5: F & M 4.103
2
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320, Fall 2015
Homework #1  Due September 23, 2015
Problem 1: Problems 1.1, 1.15 and 1.18 of Munson, Okiishi, Huebsch, Rothmayer, Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, 7th edition  hereafter
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The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320, Fall 2015
Homework #1  Due September 23, 2015
Problem 1: Problems 1.1, 1.15 and 1.18 of Munson, Okiishi, Huebsch, Rothmayer, Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, 7th edition  hereafter
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320002, Fall 2017
Homework #1  Due September 14, 2017
Problem 1: Problems 1.15, 1.17 and 1.57 of Munson, Young and Okiishis Fundamentals
of Fluid Mechanics (8th edition)  hereafter refe
ME 335 Final Exam, Winter 2010,
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