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FLUID Mechanics
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Brosk F. A. Zangana
Lecture no. 17
Department of Petroleum Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
Koya University
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Flow Measurement Devices
Orifice meter or orifice plate: it is
Fluid Mechanics
Lecture no. 3
Mr. Brosk F. A. Zangana
Department of Petroleum Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
Koya University
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Fluid Properties
The engineering science of fluid mechanics has developed because
of
FLUID Mechanics
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Brosk F. A. Zangana
Lecture no. 18&19
Pumping of Fluids
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Pumping of Fluids
Pumps are commonly encountered in i
FLUID Mechanics
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Brosk F. A. Zangana
Lecture no. 5
Department of Petroleum Engineering
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Measurement of Pressure
The pressure on a fluid is measured in two differen
Faculty of Engineering
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Fluid Mechanics Lecture no. 1
Mr. Brosk F. A. Zangana
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Fluid Mechanics
Statics
Fluid Mechanics
Kinematics
Dynamics
Fluid Static: is the study of fluids at res
FLUID Mechanics
Prepared by:
Brosk F. A. Zangana
Lecture no. 6 &7
Department of Petroleum Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
Koya University
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Single Column Manometer
Single column manometer is a modified form of a
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FLUID Mechanics
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Brosk F. A. Zangana
Lecture no. 14
Minor Losses
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Minor Losses
Losses which occur in pipelines becau
Fluid Mechanics
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Brosk F. A. Zangana
Lecture no. 4
Department of Petroleum Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
Koya University
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Fluid Static
Fluid static is that branch of mechanics of fluids that deals
Course Book of
Fluid Mechanics
By
Mr. Brosk Frya Ali
Petroleum Engineering Department
Faculty of Engineering
Koya University
2014-2015
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CONTENT
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1. Course Coordinator and List of Lecturers on this Course.
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2. Course Overview.
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3. Course Objectives.
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FLUID Mechanics
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Brosk F. A. Zangana
Lecture no. 13
Flow of Liquids through Pipes
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Flow of Liquids through Pipes
Consider stead
FLUID Mechanics
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Lecture no. 11 & 12
Bernoullis Equation For Real Fluids and Re
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Bernoullis Equation for Re
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FLUID Mechanics
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Brosk F. A. Zangana
Lecture no. 16
Flow Measurement Devices
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Faculty of Engineering
Koya University
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Flow Measurement Devices
Flow can be m
Lecture no. 2: Dimensional Analysis
Example -2.1a) Determine the dimensions of the following quantities in M-L-T system 1- force,
work 4- power 5- surface tension 6- discharge 7- torque 8- momentum.
b) Check the dimensional homogeneity of the following eq
FLUID Mechanics
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Lecture no. 8 9 & 10
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Basic Principles of Fluid Flow
Average Velocity (u) m/s: If a fluid
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Fluid Mechanics Lecture no. 1
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Fluid Mechanics
Statics
Fluid Mechanics
Kinematics
Dynamics
Fluid Static: is the study of fluids at res
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FLUID Mechanics
Prepared by:
Brosk F. A. Zangana
Lecture no. 15
Minor Losses
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Frictional Head Losses in Non-Circular Pipes
For c
Problem 6.22: An orifice meter with orifice diameter 10 cm is inserted in a pipe of 20 cm diameter. The
pressure gauges fitted upstream and downstream of the orifice meter gives readings of 19.62 N/cm2 and
9.81 N/cm2 respectively. Co-efficient of discharg
Tutorials: Lecture no. 10
Problem 2: A pipe, through which water is flowing, is having diameters, 20 cm and 10 cm
at the cross-sections 1 and 2 respectively. The velocity of water at section 1 is 4.0 m/s.
Find the velocity head at sections 1 and 2 and als
Example 1:
Given is a three-pipe series system, as in the bellow Fig. The total pressure drop is PA - PB = 150,000
Pa, and the elevation drop is ZA - ZB = 5 m. The pipe data are
The fluid is water, = 1000 kg/m3 and = 1.02 X 10-6 m2/s. Calculate the flow r
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Unit conversion
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Examples
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Examples
The Moody chart for pipe
friction with smooth and
rough walls. This chart is
identical to the above Eq.
for turbulent flow. (From
Ref. 8, by permission of the
ASME.)
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Recom
Calculations
The value of density of water is 1 gm/cm3 or 1000 kg/m3.
=
= 1/
Specific gravity (S) for liquids =
Specific gravity (S) for gases =
Thus:
=S
X 1000 X 9.81 N/m3
The density of a liquid = S X Density of water
= S X 1000 kg/m3
Problem 1.3:
If:
P
Rotating system
The rotary system is used to rotate the drillstring, and therefore the drill bit, on the
bottom of the borehole. Generally, rigs can rotate the bit in one of three ways. The traditional
way, the method that still dominates drilling, especi
Chapter One
Introduction
Drilling engineering: is the application
of science and art to drill a well or making
a hole in the ground to a certain depth economically and safely for some purposes.
The purposes are many and they include:
Oil and gas producti