School of Mechanical and Chemical Engineering
SEMESTER 1, 2012 EXAMINATIONS
ENSC3003
Fluid Mechanics
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ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics - 2016
Lab 1
Transition to Turbulence Reynolds Experiment
INTRODUCTION
This experiment is based on the experiments reported in the original 1883 paper by
Osborne Reynolds (Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London,

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics - 2014
Lab 2
Conservation of Energy
Figure 1. A very large Venturi meter
INTRODUCTION
In this experiment you will investigate the behaviour of flow through a pipe system
with varying pipe diameter and an orifice plate. By observin

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1, 2017
Week 6 Notes
Dimensional Analysis
Dr Jeremy W. Leggoe
March 2017
1
6.1 Introduction
Throughout the course we have referred to the Reynolds Number
=
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(6.1)
Where
is the density
is the absolute viscosity

Mechanical & Chemical Engineering
SEMESTER 1, 2015 EXAMINATIONS
ENSC3003
Fluid Mechanics
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This Paper Contains: 21 pages (including title page)
Time allowed: 3 hours 10 minutes
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This paper

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Lab 3
Pumps
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INTRODUCTION
The objective of this laboratory is for you to gain skills in analysing real pumps and
pumping systems. The rig being used differs from an industrial pumping

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1, 2017
Week 5 Notes
Equations of Motion
Dr Jeremy W. Leggoe
March 2017
1
5.1 Introduction
In week 4 we applied the momentum balance and the principle of conservation of
mass to infinitesimal shells to develop analytical

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1, 2017
Week 9 Notes
Momentum Balances for Systems
Dr Jeremy W. Leggoe
April 2017
1
9.1 Introduction
In weeks 4 and 5 we derived the fundamental equations of motion by
considering the mass and momentum balances for an in

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1, 2017
Week 7 Notes
Turbulent Flow and Boundary
Layers
Dr Jeremy W. Leggoe
April 2017
1
7.1 Introduction
In applying the Navier-Stokes equations, we have been restricted so far to
considering geometrically simple lamina

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Assignment 5
System Momentum and Energy Balances
Questions 3 and 8 are to be submitted for Marking
Assignment Due : Before 5:00 pm on Monday, May 15th, 2017
The assignment must be submitted to LMS in a single pdf (< 10 MB).
1.
Wat

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1, 2017
Week 8 Notes
Drag Forces on Bluff Objects
Immersed in Flows
Dr Jeremy W. Leggoe
April 2017
1
8.1 Introduction
In section 7.7 of last week's notes, we noted that the need to fulfil the non-slip
boundary condition

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1, 2017
Week 10 Notes
Energy Balances for Systems
Dr Jeremy W. Leggoe
May 2017
1
10.1 Energy balance for a system
Just as there are mass and momentum balances, it is possible to construct an
energy balance for fluid flow

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1, 2017
Week 11 Notes
Pump and Pipework Systems
Dr Jeremy W. Leggoe
May 2017
1
11.1 Introduction
In week 11, we introduced the energy balance equation, which may be written
in two forms for an incompressible liquid syste

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1, 2017
Week 3 Notes
Hydrostatics
Dr Jeremy W. Leggoe
March 2017
1
3.1 Pressure
Hydrostatics is the study of the pressure field in a fluid that is static or undergoing
rigid body motion. By understanding the pressure fie

ENSC3003 Assignment 4 (2016)
Johan Grobler (20710239)
Submitted 02/05/2016
Question 3
Units and Conversions
Figure 1: Schematic of the pipe in which turbulent flow is occurring
Assumed (as in the literature) that the water (at temperature 20) has the foll

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1, 2016
Week 5 Lecture Notes
Equations of Motion
Dr Jeremy W. Leggoe
March 2016
1
5.1 Introduction
In week 4 we applied the momentum balance and the principle of conservation of
mass to infinitesimal shells to develop an

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1, 2016
Week 4 Lecture Notes
Shell Momentum Balances
Dr Jeremy W. Leggoe
March 2016
1
4.1 Introduction
In developing the basic equation of hydrostatics, we derived a differential equation
describing the behaviour of the

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1, 2016
Week 1 Lecture Notes
Conservation of Mass
Units and Dimensions
Dr Jeremy W. Leggoe
February 2016
1
1.1 Conservation of Mass
In order to understand the behaviour of fluids, whether they be stationary or in motion,

Civil Engineering Dept.
Fluid Mechanics
Second Stage
Contents
Dr. Ahmed K. Alshara
Chap1. Fluid Mechanics
- Properties of fluids
Density , specific gravity and specific volume
Viscosity
Surface tension
Compressibility
Pressure
Cavitation
- Characteristic

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1, 2016
Week 3 Lecture Notes
Hydrostatics
Dr Jeremy W. Leggoe
March 2016
1
3.1 Pressure
Hydrostatics is the study of the pressure field in a fluid that is static or undergoing
rigid body motion. By understanding the pres

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1, 2016
Week 2 Lecture Notes
Fluid Properties
Dr Jeremy W. Leggoe
March 2016
1
2.1 Momentum Transport
In chemical engineering, the study of fluid mechanics is often regarded as one of
the three transport phenomena course

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics - 2017
Assignment 6
Pumps & Pipework Systems / Flow in Porous Media
Questions 4 and 7 are to be submitted for Marking
Assignment Due : Before 5:00 pm on Monday, May 29th, 2017.
The assignment must be submitted to LMS in a single p

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1, 2017
Week 5 Notes
Equations of Motion
Dr Jeremy W. Leggoe
March 2017
1
5.1 Introduction
In week 4 we applied the momentum balance and the principle of conservation of
mass to infinitesimal shells to develop analytical

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1, 2017
Week 4 Notes
Shell Momentum Balances
Dr Jeremy W. Leggoe
March 2017
1
4.1 Introduction
In developing the basic equation of hydrostatics, we derived a differential equation
describing the behaviour of the pressure

ENSC 3003
Fluid Mechanics
Dr Jeremy Leggoe
School of Mechanical and Chemical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
UNIT OUTLINE
Semester 1, 2017
Table of Contents
ESSENTIAL ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION . 3
Important Notice . 4
UNIT CO

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Assignment 1
Conservation of Mass
Fundamental Dimensions and Units
Fluid Properties
Questions 3, 5 and 9 are to be submitted for Marking
Assignment Due : Before 5:00 pm on Monday, March 13th, 2017;
The assignment must be submitted

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Assignment 4
Turbulent Flow, Boundary Layers, Forces on Objects in a Flow
Questions 1, 4 and 8 are to be submitted for Marking
Assignment Due : Before 5:00 pm on Monday, May 1st, 2017;
The assignment must be submitted to the LMS i

ENSC3003 Fluid Mechanics
Assignment 2
Hydrostatics/Shell Momentum Balances
Questions 3, 4 and 8 are to be submitted for marking
Assignment Due : 5:00 pm on Monday, March 27th, 2017;
The assignment must be submitted to LMS as a single pdf (<10 MB)
1.
An in