University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 2860

Fall 2013
ENGR 2860U
Fluid Mechanics
By the end of today you will
Understand the conservation of mass in terms
of differential analysis
be able to solve problems related to the above
*All slides based on the
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 2860

Fall 2013
(4H G.
MECE 2860U  Fluid Mechanics (Winter 2015)
Midterm Exam
Date: March 7, 2015
Name: MW
Student ID #:
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Instructions:
0 This is a closed book and closed notes
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 2860

Fall 2013
Exam
3 hours
You MUST have your student card on your desk
You are allowed:
Pens, pencils, erasers
Nonprogrammable calculators
Textbook with page tabs (see next page)
You are not allowed:
Cell
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 2860

Fall 2013
Prof. Jennifer McKellar
ERC 4022
[email protected]
Outline
Course Outline
See Blackboard for most recent version
Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Text: Chapter 1
ENGR 2860U Lecture 1 2013
2
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 2860

Fall 2013
ENGR 2860U
Fluid Mechanics
By the end of today you will
know how to apply the Bernoulli equation
Be familiar with hydraulic grade lines and
hydraulic energy lines
be able to solve problems related
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 2860

Fall 2013
ENGR 2860U
Fluid Mechanics
By the end of today you will
understand Newtons second law as applied to
fluids
be familiar with the Bernoulli equation
be able to solve problems related to the above
*Al
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 2860

Fall 2013
ENGR 2860U
Fluid Mechanics
By the end of today you will
be familiar with the use of the continuity
equation in specific situations
understand the linear momentum equation
be able to solve problems
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 2860

Fall 2013
ENGR 2860U
Fluid Mechanics
By the end of today you will
understand the force balance in fluids at rest
be able to solve problems related to the
pressures of fluids at rest, buoyancy, and
stability;
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 2860

Fall 2013
ENGR 2860U
Fluid Mechanics
By the end of today you will
understand the conservation of mass the
continuity equation
be able to solve problems related to the above
*All slides based on the textbook,
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 2860

Fall 2013
ENGR 2860U
Fluid Mechanics
By the end of today you will
understand the links between the Energy
Equation and the Bernoulli Equation
be able to solve problems related to the above
*All slides based o
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 2860

Fall 2013
ENGR 2860U
Fluid Mechanics
By the end of today you will
understand the force balance in fluids at rest
be able to solve problems related to the
pressures of fluids at rest, buoyancy, and
stability;
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 2860

Fall 2013
ENGR 2860U
Fluid Mechanics
Recall
Pipe Systems
Laminar vs Turbulent
Entrance Region
Pressure Gradient
Shear Stress
Reynolds Number
Laminar
Velocity Profile
Volumetric Flowrate
Head Loss
Tur
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 2860

Fall 2013
ENGR 2860U
Fluid Mechanics
By the end of today you will
be familiar with how fluids flow through pipes
know how to analyse pipe flows
be able to solve problems related to the above
*All slides base
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 2860

Fall 2013
ENGR 2860U
Fluid Mechanics
By the end of today you will
understand Eulerian and Lagrangian descriptions
of fluid flow
understand velocity and acceleration fields
be able to distinguish systems and
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 2860

Fall 2013
ENGR 2860U
Fluid Mechanics
By the end of today you will
understand the force balance in fluids at rest;
and
be able to solve problems related to the
pressures of fluids at rest, buoyancy, and
stabil