MAE 101B Spring 2014 HW #1
Due: Friday, April 11 (beginning of class at 3:00p)
Note: Submit problem solutions in order given below.
Handout Problems:
H1.1 (Integral analysis review and internal ow)
Consider steady incompressible laminar ow in the entrance
MAE 101B Spring 2012 HW #1
Due: Friday, April 13 (beginning of class)
Note: Submit problem solutions in order given below.
Handout Problems:
H1.1 (Integral analysis review and internal ow)
Consider steady incompressible ow in a straight circular tube of r
MAE 101B Spring 2012 HW #5
Due: Friday, May 25 (beginning of class)
Text Problems: 9.160, 9.172 (for (b), assume coecient of friction, k = 1.0), 12.29, 12.48
Handout Problems:
H5.1 (Thermodynamics review)
Consider an ideal gas with constant specic heats,
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Due: Friday, May 20 (by 1:00pm)
H5.1 (Ch 9 - Lift)
Consider a light aircraft with a mass of 910 kg and a wing area of 18.6 m2. The lift and drag
coefments are 0.40 and 0.05, respectively. The aircraft is ying (ste
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Re"=3x106
Lift
and drag of a sym-
metric NACA 0009 airfoil of infinite span, including effect of a
split-flap deflection. Note that
roughness can increase Cp from
100 to 300 percent.
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Include T s diagram wherever appropriate. Indicate and label all relevant property, state, process information.
Problems indicated with : do but do not submit.
Handout Problems:
H7.5* A normal shock occurs in the
MAE 1018 Spring 2016 HW #7 - Part A
Due: Thursday, June 2
Include T s diagram wherever appropriate. Indicate and label all relevant property, state, process information.
D0 Problem in following order: H7.1, 11.39, 11.42, 117.2. 117.3, H74, 11.65, 11.67, 1
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MAE 101B Spring 2016 HW #3
Due: Thursday, May 5 (beginning of class)
Submit problem solutions in order given below.
Text Problems:
8.128, 9.9 (add to table: 3 additional creatures of your choice and 3 air/water vehicles. Try to cover a
range of s
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MAE 101B - Spring 2014 - Midterm Exam II
Name (print) _ _ _._ _._. . . ID # 7, a, ,7,
Directions: Read each problem carefully before starting. Note attached reference sheet.
Answers should be clear, explicit, and complete. SHOW ALL WORK.
1. (40pts
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Points
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1
2
34
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MAE 101 B - Spring 2014 - Midterm Exam I
Name _
ID
#
Directions: Read each problem carefully before starting. Note attached reference sheets.
Answers should be clear, complete, and explicit. SHOW ALL WORK.
1. (34pts) C
EXAM
#1 15 points
Determine the pressure (5 pts) and velocity (10 pts) at location (3).
As discussed in class, location (3) is at the end of the pipe, the beginning of the
water jet.
*
(5 points)
p3 = p2 = patm
(10 points)
Vavg32/(2g) + p3/(g) + z3=Vavg22
2nd EXAM
MAE 101B
Aug 26 2015
(EXAM #1-20pts)
Air enters a square duct through a 1-ft opening at 2 ft/s sec throughout the inlet (no
boundary layer yet). Assume laminar flow. The duct sides must increase to account for
the growing boundary layers on its s
MAE 101B - Spring 2015 - Midterm Exam II
Name (Print clearly) . _ _ , ID # w,
Directions: Read each problem carefully before starting. Note attached reference sheet.
Answers to qualitative questions should be clear, explicit, and concise. Analyses should
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MAE 101B Spring 2016 HW #6
Due: Thursday, May 26 (beginning of class)
Submit probiems in order given below.
Text Problems:
11.21 (also in mph), 11.29
Handout Problems:
H61 An aircraft is cruising in standard atmosphere at an altitude of 10,000
MAE 101B Spring 2016
HW #7 - Part B
Include T s diagram wherever appropriate. Indicate and label all relevant property, state, process information.
Problems indicated with : do but do not submit.
Handout Problems:
H7.5* A normal shock occurs in the diverg
Isentropic Flow Relations
Isentropic flow
To
p
Isentropic flow
Po
1
(Ideal Gas with k
:1.4)
(11.s6)
+ [(k - r)/z)M*
1
(11.s9)
=cfw_ 1+[(t-r)/z)M* )r/(r-')
p
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Po
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A
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(11.60)
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MAE 101B Spring 2016 HW #5
Due: Friday, May 20 (by 1:00pm)
H5.1 (Ch 9 - Lift)
Consider a light aircraft with a mass of 910 kg and a wing area of 18.6 m2 . The lift and drag
coefficients are 0.40 and 0.05, respectively. The aircraft is flying (steady level
Page
1
2
Total
Points
Mar. Pts,
40
60
100
MAE 1018 - Spring
Name (Print clearly)
2OL5
- Midterm Exam I
TD#
Directions: Read each problem carefully before starting. Note attached
Answers should be clear, complete, and explicit. SHOW ALL WORK.
reference she
(Part A and Part B)
MAE 101B Spring 2016 HW #2
Due: Thursday, April 21 (beginning of class at 12:30pm)
Note: Submit problem solutions in order given below.
Handout Problems:
H2.1 Turbulent flows are typically described in terms of time-averaged velocity,
The preceding cbnverging-diverging nozzle concepts can be easily codified, as
in Figure 6-17,by realizing that three key back pressures separate the nozzle exit
conditions into four regions. In order of decreasing values, the three key back
pressures are
MAE 101B Spring 2016
HW #6
Due: Thursday, May 26 (beginning of class)
Submit problems in order given below.
Text Problems:
11.21 (also in mph), 11.29
Handout Problems:
H6.1 An aircraft is cruising in standard atmosphere at an altitude of 10,000m. The stag
MAE 101B Spring 2016 HW #3
Due: Thursday, May 5 (beginning of class)
Submit problem solutions in order given below.
Text Problems:
8.128, 9.9 (add to table: 3 additional creatures of your choice and 3 air/water vehicles. Try to cover a
range of sizes), 9.
MAE 101B Spring 2016 HW #4
Due: Friday May 13 (by 1:00pm)
Handout Problems:
H4.1 Consider a laminar boundary layer flow over a flat plate for which the velocity profile can be approximated by a cubic equation, u/U = 3(y/)/2 (y/)3 /2 (see profile in text F
MAE 101B Spring 2016
HW #7 - Part A
Due: Thursday, June 2
Include T s diagram wherever appropriate. Indicate and label all relevant property, state, process information.
Do problems in following order: H7.1, 11.39, 11.42, H7.2, H7.3, H7.4, 11.65, 11.67, H
MAE 101B
Homework 2B: Solutions
4/25/2017
8.59 Water flows from the container shown in Fig. P8.59. Determine the loss coefficient needed in the
valve if the water is to bubble up 3 inches above the outlet pipe. The entrance is slightly rounded.
* Note:
wa
MAE 101B
Homework 1 Solutions
4/14/2017
H1.1 (Integral analysis review and internal flow)
Consider steady incompressible flow in a straight vertical circular tube of radius, , and length . The
direction of flow is upwards along the coordinate. The flow at
MAE 101B
Homework 2A
4/21/2017
H2.1: Turbulent flows are typically described in terms of time-averaged velocity, , and fluctuations, .
As done in lecture, derive the Reynolds averaged Navier Stokes (RANS) equations for continuity and xmomentum. Consider t
MAE 101B
Homework 3 Solutions
5/5/2017
M8.125: Water flows through the Venturi meter shown in Fig. P8.125. The specific gravity of the
manometer fluid is 1.52. Determine the flowrate.
Given
Water
Model
Incompressible
Internal flow
Use loss coefficient
to