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Lab W Report:
Similarity Study of Overflow Spillways
ABI
10/12/16
Objective
The objective of this lab was to test the principle of dynamic similarity between prototypes and
models.
Discussion
Discrepancies in Similarity Laws
For the surface velocity scali

Lab F Report:
Calibration of Flow Meters
ABI
10/26/16
Objective
To calibrate Venturi meters by determining their flow coefficients as functions of the flow rate in
terms of the Reynolds number
Compare experimentally obtained coefficients with ISO values f

Lab C Report:
Flow Around a Bend in a Rectangular Duct
ABI
10/05/16
Objective
Therewerethreeobjectivestothisexperiment:
1. Tomeasuretheresultantforceacurvedrectangularductappliesonairflowingthroughtheduct.
2. Todetermineifusingacontrolvolumeanalysisforali

Lab 3 Report:
Flow Visualization
ABI
9/28/16
Objective
The objective of this lab was to observe the various experimental methods of flow visualization
and to identify the advantages and disadvantages of each method.
Selected Questions
1. When analyzing th

Lab G Report:
Air Flow Through a Nozzle
ABI
10/19/16
Objective
The objective of this lab is to compare the principles of the one-dimensional and two-dimensional
incompressible flow theories with the experimentally obtained pressure distributions in a conv

TAM 335 Test 1A Spring semester 2016 Name
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Q_. A rectangular gate which weighs 4 kN and 1s 2m long and 4m into the page
is used to control the ﬂow of seawater (p: 1030 kg/m3 ) into the left side reservoir
containing fresh water (p

34 Chapterl ,1 Basic Considerations
1.42 Consider a ﬂuid ﬂow between two parallel fixed
plates 5 cm apart, as shown in Fig. P1.42.The
velocity distribution for the flow is given by
My) = 120(0.05y - ya) iii/s where y is in meters.
The ﬂuid is water at 10°

3.66 A manometer, positioned inside a cylinder as
shown in Figure P3.66, reads 4 cm of water.
Estimate U1 assuming an inviscid flow. Refer to
the velocity field in Problem 3.58.
Atmosphere
20°C air
Figure P3.66 3-71
3.67 A manometer, positioned as s

Lab 2 Report
ABI
9/21/16
Objective
The objective of this lab was to measure static pressures at a point and pressure differences in a
fluid system using differential manometers.
Sample Calculations
(see attached sheet)
Results
After measuring seven pressu

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TAM 335
Flow around a Bend in a Rectangular Duct
Ankit Patel
October 6, 2015
Section ABP
Objective
There are three objectives to this experiment. The first objective is to experimentally
measure the resultant force that is applied by a curved rectangular

TAM 335
Hydrostatics and Manometry
Ankit Patel
September 15, 2015
Section ABP
Objective
There are three objectives for this experiment. The first objective is to demonstrate the
ability to measure static pressure at a specific point in a fluid. The second

TAM 335
Flow Visualization
Ankit Patel
September 22, 2015
Section ABP
Objective
There are two objectives to this experiment. The first objective is to gain knowledge and
appreciation of various experimental methods of flow visualization. Finally, the seco

Lab A: Hydrostatics and Manometry
Yining Wang
TAM 335
2016 June 16
Objective
The aim of this work is to use differential manometers to measure static pressure at a point in
a fluid and to measure static pressure differences within a fluid system. Also est

Lab Intro: Elementary Laboratory Procedures
Yining Wang
TAM 335
2016 June 16
Objective
The aim of this work is to (1) demonstrate a simple, steady flow rate measurement using a
weighing tank and a stopwatch (2) measure pressure difference in a pipe using

Lab G: Air Flow through a Nozzle
Yining Wang
TAM 335
2016 June 28th
Objective
The aim of this work is to compare experimentally determined pressure distributions in a
converging-diverging nozzle with predictions from one-dimensional and two-dimensional
in

Lab C: Flow around a Bend in a Rectangular Duct
Yining Wang
TAM 335
2016 June 30th
Objective
The aim of this work is to (1) measure the resultant force applied by a curved rectangular
duct to the air flowing within the duct (2) determine if a control-volu