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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 pressure-height 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 one-sided 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
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 Bernoulli Equation
4 Assumptions (I I S S)
1) The flow is Inviscid
2) The flow is Incompressible
3) The flow Is Steady
4) We follow a particle along a Streamline
Those are 2 conflicting terms, no?
No, becauseof 3.
Can you mathematically describe those
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 320, Fall 2015
Homework #3 - Due October 7, 2015
Problem 1: Problems 2.79 and 2.107 of the text.
Problem 2: Problems 2.80 and 2.115 of the text.
Problem 3: Problems 2.121 and 2.130 of the
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
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320, Fall 2015
Homework #5 - Due October 28, 2015
Problem 1: Problems 3.46, 3.75 and 3.88 of the text.
Problem 2: Problems 3.80, 3.105 and 3.120 of the text.
Problem 3: Problems 3.106 and
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Today:
RIGID BODY MOTION
What is Rigid Body Motion?
Can you claim that all fluidic
elements have the same
acceleration?
There is NO Relative movement between fluid layers
NO SHEAR STRESS
What about constant flow in a pipe?
Few mathematical notes
Cartesia
Understand the problem, FBD, assumptions, equations of motion
The important of selecting the correct FBD
A note on surface tension
Hydrophilic Surface
Hydrophobic Surface
Pressure, Pressure, Pressure
Some notes before we start
1. What is the difference be
From last time
Density of Liquids and Gases
=
=
In general: = (, )
= pressure
= temperature
But
For all practical purposes
1) In Liquids:
weekly depends on P
Liquids are Incompressible ( ()
1) In Gases:
strongly depends on P and T
Gases are Compressibl
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320
Homework #8 - Due November 18, 2015
Problem 1: Problems 6.93 and 6.95 of the text.
Problem 2: Problems 6.105 of the text.
Problem 3: Problems 6.109 and 6.110 of the text.
Problem 4: Pr
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320
Homework #11 - Due December 9, 2015
Problem 1: Problems 8.57 and 8.62 of the text.
Problem 2: Problems 8.73 and 8.74 of the text.
Problem 3: Problems 8.75 and 8.89 of the text.
Problem
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320
Homework #12 - Due December 14, 2015
Problem 1: Problems 9.19 and 9.20 of the text.
Problem 2: Problems 9.43, 9.54 and 9.77 of the text.
Problem 3: Problems 9.62, 9.63 and 9.83 of the
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320
Homework #7 - Due November 11, 2015
Problem 1: Problems 6.14 and 6.21 of the text.
Problem 2: Problems 6.24 and 6.26 of the text.
Problem 3: Show that the ow rate between any two strea
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320, Fall 2015
Homework #5 - Due October 28, 2015
Problem 1: Problems 3.46, 3.75 and 3.88 of the text.
Problem 2: Problems 3.80, 3.105 and 3.120 of the text.
Problem 3: Problems 3.106 and