Homework set #8
MMAE 310: Spring 2007
1. Finish the problem that was started in class. Solve for the velocity distribution of an incompressible, Newtonian flow in a very long circular pipe. The inside diameter of the pipe is D and the viscosity and

MMAE 313
Fall 2014
HW #5
3 problems Due Wednesday 10/15/14 by the end of class
1. Find the acceleration for a flow field where the velocity is given by
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MMAE 313
Fall 2014
HW #1
4 problems Due Wednesday 9/3/14 by the end of class
1. At sea level a mass of 100 kg is acted on by a 400-N force acting vertically
upwards

MMAE 313 Fall 2014
HW #4 5 problems Due Wednesday 9/24/14 by the end of class
1. A uniform wooden beam with specic gravity of 0.62 is 12 cm by 12cm by 4
m and is hinged at point A as shown. At what angle, 6, will the beam oat in
the water?
2. The wind

MMAE 313
HW #7
Fall 2014
4 problems Due Monday 11/10/14 by the end of class
1) A disc with radius, R, rotates (at an angular speed of ) near a surface that is
fixed. The space between the disc and su

MMAE 313 Fluid Mechanics Exam I Review Questions (Fall 2014)
Problem 1:
Water flows upward in a pipe slanted at 30 degrees. The Hg manometer reads h = 12-cm.
Both fluids are at 20oC. What is the pressure difference in the P1-P2 in the pipe?
(Ans: 26.08

MMAE 313
HW #8
Fall 2014
4 problems Due Tuesday 11/25/14 by 2:00pm
1) In an air heating system, heated air (40C & 105 kPa) is moving through a
rectangular duct (0.2-m x 0.3-m cross section). The duct is

MMAE 313 Fall 2014
HW #6 6 problems Due Wednesday 10/29/14 by the end of class
1. What is the net force needed to hold the orifice plate shown onto the pipe?
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2. Determine the power output of the turbine shown for

MMAE 313 Exam #1 10/1/14 Name
Closed Book Closed Notes
For each problem list all assumptions necessary to solve the problem
Label all diagrams, show your coordinate systems, streamlines, etc.
1) (Worth 20 points) For a uid at rest describe the relationshi

Homework set #2 MMAE 310: Spring 2007 1. What is the absolute and gage pressure in container A at point a? Answer: P = 86.21 kPa absolute and -15.09 kPa gage.
2. An open tube is connected to a tank. The water rises to a height of 900 mm in the tube.

HW #3: MMAE 310 Spring 2007 1. Consider the example discussed at the end of class on Thursday, February 01, 2007. The equation of the curved gate surface is x = y2/a, with a = 4 m. The gate width (into the page) is 5m. a) Find the magnitudes of the r

Homework set #4
MMAE 310: Spring 2007
1)
Consider the flow of water in the pipe shown below. A mercury U-tube manometer is connected to the pipe in order to measure the velocity, V. What is the velocity of a fluid particle at point A? Explain? Is

HW #5: MMAE 310 Spring 2007 1. Rainwater is flowing at a steady rate down a street having an incline of 30 with the horizontal. A scrap of paper on the surface of the water moves at the rate of U = 1 ft/sec. The street is 20 ft wide and the average w

Homework set #7
MMAE 310: Spring 2007
1)
A steam turbine receives superheated steam at 1.4 MPa absolute and 400 degrees C. The steam leaves the turbine at atmospheric pressure and 100 degrees C. The steam enters the turbine at 15 m/s and exits at

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