Lecture 1-4: Pipe flows
Today:
Introduce friction factor estimating head losses in pipe and ducts
Laminar and turbulent flows
Introduce Moody chart
Motivation:
In networks of pipes, in systems w
Lecture 1: Kinematics, ideal mechanical systems and
Bernoullis equation
Should be able to:
Understand some terms used in flow visualization and
kinematics
Understand Lagrangian and Eulerian frames
Fluid Mechanics(Mech 280)
Problem set 1
Due January 23, 2017
Please try all these practice problems and hand in the tutorial on January 23, 2017.
Designed by Emad Chaparian ([email protected]
Fluid Mechanics(Mech 280)
Problem set 2
Due February 10, 2017
Please try all these practice problems and hand in in the tutorial on February 10, 2017.
Designed by Emad Chaparian ([email protected]
Fluid Mechanics(Mech 280)
Problem set 5
Due April 3rd, 2017
Please try all these practice problems and hand in on April 3rd, 2017.
Designed by Amir Maleki ([email protected])
1. Two pipes of
Fluid Mechanics (Mech 280)
Assignment 4
Due on March 20
Designed by Emad Chaparian ([email protected])
1. Under certain conditions, wind blowing past a rectangular speed limit sign can cause the s
Fluid Mechanics(Mech 280)
Problem set 3
Due March 3rd, 2017
Please try all these practice problems and hand in on March 3rd, 2017.
Designed by Amir Maleki ([email protected]
1. The velocity c
Welcome to MECH 280
Ian A. Frigaard
Department of Mechanical Engineering,
University of British Columbia
Mech 280: Frigaard
Lecture 1:
Reading: chapter 1 of any introductory text on fluid
mechanics
Module 5: Dimensional analysis
Understand dimensions, units and dimensional
homogeneity
Understand the Buckingham Pi theorem
Use method of repeating variables to find dimensionless s
Use these to
Quiz # 1
MECH 280 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Mechanical Engineering, University of British Columbia
Professor James Olson
February 2, 2005
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Quiz # 3
MECH 280 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Mechanical Engineering, University of British Columbia
March 29, 2005
Open book / notes. State all assumptions used and show all work.
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Solution For a scale model of a submarine being tested in air. we are to
calculate the wind tunnel speed required to achieve similarity with the prototype
submarine that moves through water at a
Module 4:
Navier-Stokes Equations:
Apply mass and momentum conservation to a differential (very
small) control volume
Derive the Navier-Stokes equations
Classical solutions of NS
Inviscid flows,
Module 7: Pumps
Basic definitions to describe pumps and pumping pipe
circuits
Positive displacement pumps and centrifugal pumps
The Pump Curve
Net Positive Suction Head
Scaling with centrifugal p