Chapter 4. Part 4
Object Snaps, Plotting,
and Projects
Chapter Objectives
After studying the material in this chapter, you should be able to:
Describe the AutoCAD interface and screen layout.
Add toolbars and menus to the AutoCAD interface.
Create, ope
Basic Concepts and Fluid
Properties
Dr. Quamrul Hassan
Reference:
Younus A Cengel and John M. Cimbala (last edition), "Fluid Mechanics-Fundamentals and
Applications", McGraw-Hill
NO-SLIP CONDITION
The development of a velocity profile
due to the no-slip c
ABSTRACT
This experiment is
carried out to examine
in depth on the
validity of Bernoullis
theorem when
applied to the steady
flow of water in
tapered duct and to
measure the flow
rates and both static
and total pressure
heads in a rigid
convergent or
dive
Chapter 4. Part 3
Draw, Modify, Text, and
Settings Tools
Chapter Objectives
After studying the material in this chapter, you should be able to:
Describe the AutoCAD interface and screen layout.
Add toolbars and menus to the AutoCAD interface.
Create, o
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Plane Curvilinear (2D) Motion
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College of Engineering
Civil Engineering Department
Planar (plane) Motion - Kinematics
The whole particle motion (with its characteristic parameters position, velocity, and
acceleration) can be ca
QUICK RECAP Basic concepts
The No-Slip Condition
Classification of Fluid Flows
Viscous versus Inviscid Regions of Flow
Internal versus External Flow
Compressible versus Incompressible Flow
Laminar versus Turbulent Flow
Steady versus Unsteady Flow
Fluid statics
Dr. Quamrul Hassan
CE204-Course Instructor
Reference:
Younus A Cengel and John M. Cimbala (3rd edition), "Fluid MechanicsFundamentals and Applications", McGraw-Hill
(chapter deals with forces applied by fluids at rest or in rigid-body motion
19/02/2017
KINEMATICS OF PARTICLE
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College of Engineering
Civil Engineering Department
RECTILINEAR (1D) MOTION
The displacement of the particle,
The displacement of the particle, s
s
The instantaneous velocity, v
s
t 0 t
v = lim
v=
The ar
HW #3 Fluid Kinematics
4-73 A cylindrical tank of water rotates in solid-body rotation,
counter clockwise about its vertical axis at angular speed
260
rpm Calculate the vorticity of fluid particles in the tank.
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DEANSHIP OF ADMISSION AND REGISTRATION
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Hydraulics Lab (ECIV 3122)
Islamic University Gaza (IUG)
Experiment (7): Investigation of Bernoulli's theorem
Introduction:
The flow of a fluid has to conform with a number of scientific principles in particular the
conservation of mass and the conservati
HW 4
# Bernoulli and Energy Equation
#Momentum Analysis of Flow System
59
A 0.75-m3 rigid tank initially contains air whose density is 1.18 kg/m3. The
tank is connected to a high-pressure supply line through a valve. The valve is opened,
and air is allowe
Chapter 4. Part 1
AutoCAD Basics
Chapter Objectives
After studying the material in this chapter, you should be able to:
Describe the AutoCAD interface and screen layout.
Add toolbars and menus to the AutoCAD interface.
Create, open, and save AutoCAD dr
HW1 - Fluid Properties
Solution: A plastic tank is filled with water. The weight of the combined system is to
be determined.
Assumptions The density of water is constant throughout.
Properties
The density of water is given to be = 1000 kg/m3.
Analysis
The
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KINETICS OF PARTICLES
Taibah University
College of Engineering
Civil Engineering Department
Section A Force, Mass, and Acceleration Direct Approach
3/2 Newtons Second Law
3/3 Equation of Motion and Solution of Problems
3/4 Rectilinear Motion
3/
Taibah University, College of Engineering, Civil Engineering Department
CE 210
Edited by: Dr. Ferid Rehimi
Laboratory
Week 14 March 2017
Course instructors:
Dr. Ferid Rehimi; Dr Ahmad Alamouri
Classwork 3: Floor plan
Important: In this work, the model uni
HW #3 Fluid Kinematics
4-73 A cylindrical tank of water rotates in solid-body rotation,
counter clockwise about its vertical axis at angular speed
260
rpm Calculate the vorticity of fluid particles in the tank.
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KINETICS OF PARTICLES
Section A Force, Mass, and Acceleration Direct Approach
Taibah University
College of Engineering
Civil Engineering Department
3/2 Newtons Second Law
3/3 Equation of Motion and Solution of Problems
3/4 Rectilinear Motion
3/
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KINETICS OF PARTICLES
Taibah University
College of Engineering
Civil Engineering Department
The designers of amusement-park rides such as this
roller coaster must not rely upon the principles of
equilibrium alone as they develop specifications
Experiment No. 1: Bernoullis Theorem
Object:
To verify Bernoulli's theorem for a viscous and incompressible fluid.
Theory:
In our daily lives we consume a lot of fluid for various reasons. This fluid is
delivered through a network of pipes and fittings of
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CE 212: STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS
Course
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College of Engineering
Civil Engineering Department
Syllabus
INTRODUCTION TO DYNAMICS
KINEMATIC OF PARTICLES
KINETIC OF PARTICLES
VIBRATION AND TIME RESPONSE
TYPES OF DYNAMIC LOADS ON CIVIL
Chapter 4. Part 2
AutoCAD Drawing Setup
Chapter Objectives
After studying the material in this chapter, you should be able to:
Describe the AutoCAD interface and screen layout.
Add toolbars and menus to the AutoCAD interface.
Create, open, and save Aut
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Ministry of Education
Taibah University
College of Engineering
Civil engineering department
2017
Mechanics of Materials
CE 206
Tensile Testing
Dr. Ahmed Taha
Group no: 1
Name
Ahmad Ali mokhtar
Abdulaziz AL-Ramadan
Ammar Badr Alem
T
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Ministry of Education
Taibah University
College of Engineering
Civil engineering department
2017
Mechanics of Materials
CE 206
Tensile Testing
Dr. Ahmed Taha
Group no: 1
Name
Ahmad Ali mokhtar
Abdulaziz AL-Ramadan
Ammar Badr Alem
T
Course : Structural dynamics (CE212)
Taibah University
Quiz-2: Kinematic of Particles
Date: Wednesday 15 March 17
Faculty of Engineering
Civil Engineering Department
Duration: 30 min.
12
Question 1: A roofer tosses a small tool to the
ground. What minimum
Abstract
.We conclude the Stiffness of Solid = 3.97 N/mm
.and Gradient (E) = 106.89109 Pa
.the Stiffness of Solid Aluminum Square= 2.51 N/mm
.Gradient (E) = 64.4109 Pa
.The increasing in the load will increase the bending moment and vice versa
Also, the l
Course : Structural Dynamics CE212
Taibah University
Homework-9: Vibration and Time Response
Faculty of Engineering
Deadline:
Civil Engineering Department
8/5 For the spring-mass system shown, determine the static
defection the system period and the maxim
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VIBRATION AND TIME RESPONSE
8/1 Introduction
8/2 Free Vibration of Particles
8/3 Forced Vibration of Particles
8/4 Vibration of Rigid Bodies
8/5 Energy Methods
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CE212: Structural Dynamics
VIBRATION AND TIME RESPONSE
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