ME 354, MECHANICS OF MATERIALS LAB
CREEP
February 2009 NJS
PURPOSE
Creep is an important factor in the time-dependent mechanical failure of engineering
components. The aims of this exercise are to study the effect of uniaxial loading on creep
deformation
MEEG331 Incompressible Fluids
Laboratory
Experiment Date: , -
Due Date: Objectives
The main objective of the experiment was to test our knowledge obtained from
class of hydrostatic force on a plane surface. The lab was also a great opportunity for u
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1.1 The force. F. of the wind blowing against a building is given by
F = CDPV' A/2. where Vis the wind speed. P the density of the air.
A the cross-sectional area of the building. and CD is a constant tenned
the drag coefficient. Detennine the dimen
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CHAPTER
5
MASS, BERNOULLI, AND
E N E R G Y E Q U AT I O N S
his chapter deals with three equations commonly used in fluid
mechanics: the mass, Bernoulli, and energy equations. The mass equation is an expression
Chapter Three
Integral Relations for a Control Volume
Introduction, physical laws of fluid mechanics, the Reynolds transport theorem, Conservation of
mass equation, Linear momentum equation, Angular momentum equation, Energy equation,
Bernoulli equation.
16.00 Aerodynamics Lecture
Prof. Annalisa L. Weigel
10 February 2004
Lecture outline
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Motivation
Lift
Balloons buoyancy and Archimedes
Airplanes airfoils and Bernoulli
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Drag
Profile drag
Induced drag
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Effects of airfoil geometry on lift and drag