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Note: The answers should be given in terms of all or some of the given parameters only. Consider gravity acceleration constant, g, to be given.
Problem 1 (5p)
Isothermal Atmosphere.
Using the basic equation for pressure field: p + k = 0 obtai
MAE 331 Chapter 3 Homework
Name
Due Monday June 6th, 2016
You must show all work to receive full credit. Each question is worth 10 points (80 points total).
Please use this page as a cover sheet when turning in the assignment.
1. Some animals have learned
MAE 331
Chapter 5
Homework Assignment 5
4 Problems (40 points)
Dr. Gall
Linear Momentum and Angular Momentum
Assigned: Tue Oct 8
Due:
1. [10 points] Water flows out through a set of thin closely spaced blades as shown below. The
speed is 12 ft/s around th
MAE 331 2011 Fall, Homework 09
Due: Thursday, November 3, 2011
1. Please find the dimensions and units (SI) of the following parameters and describe the
relationship among the parameters in each group: (10 points)
(1) W& shaft , wshaft , hs
(2) Q& net , q
MAE 331 2011 Fall, Homework 06
Due: Tuesday, October 11, 2011
1. The Reynolds Transport Theorem can be expressed as:
DB sys
Dt
=
BCV
+ out AoutVout bout in AinVin bin (1)
t
D(mb) sys
=
Dt
(mb) CV
+ out AoutVout bout in AinVin bin (2)
t
Where: b is an int
Homework Assignment Number 5 i
September22, 2011 <9 EVMWS
Due: September 29, 2011 o L f l"
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Chapter 3 7b 9
Dr. Pete Gall yW/l 5
1. Air is drawn into a wind tunnel. for testing automobiles. Determine the monometer reading
when the velocity is 60 mph. No
MAE 331 2011 Fall, Homework 07
Due: Tuesday, October 18, 2011
1. For a rotating sprinkler operating under steady state, the moment-of-momentum
equation can be expressed as:
r r
r r
r r
&
&
r
V
m
r
V
m
=
r
F content of the
out out
in in
(
)
(
)
(
)
contro
MAE331 Fall 2011 Homework Assignment Number 10
Assigned: November 3, Due: November 10
Dr. Pete Gall and Dr. Hailin Li
1. The pipeline pressure drop per unit length Pl can be expressed as Pl = f (D, , , V ) . After
the detailed dimension analysis using MLT
MAE 331 2011 Fall, Homework 06
Due: Tuesday, October 11, 2011
1. The Reynolds Transport Theorem can be expressed as:
DB sys
Dt
D(mb) sys
Dt
=
BCV
+ out AoutVout bout in AinVin bin (1)
t
=
(mb) CV
+ out AoutVout bout in AinVin bin (2)
t
Where: b is an int
MAE 331 Fall 2011, Homework 12
Due: Tuesday, December 6, 2011
1. Please find the value of the friction factor using Moody Chart attached and judge if
this flow is wholly turbulent for the following cases associated with pipeline? You must
mark these point
Due Tuesday, Nov. 29th, 2011
MAE 331 2011 Fall, Homework 11
1. As shown in Figure, a thin, flat plate containing a number of series of holes is to be
placed in a large pipe to filter out any particles in the fluid flowing through the large pipe.
There is
I MAE 331 Fall 2011 Hour Exam 1 A October 4, 2011
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Signature: A ; , j M
Please Do Not Open the Exam until Told to Begin. Please be advised to comply with
following rules during this exam:
Closed book and closed notes
Cell phone must be tu
MAE 331 2011 Fall, Homework 09
Due: Thursday, November 3, 2011
1. Please find the dimensions and units (SI) of the following parameters and describe the
relationship among the parameters in each group: (10 points)
(1) W& shaft , wshaft , hs
Answer: The di
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59s
MAE 331: Fluid Mechanics Fall 2013
Dr. Gall
Exam IIB: Nov 7, 2013
Closed book and closed notes
(SHOW ALL WORK AND UNITS)
[25 pts] Respond to each of the following short answer questions:
1. [5 pts] The conservation of mass equation for a contro
Due Tuesday, Nov. 29th, 2011
MAE 331 2011 Fall, Homework 11
1. As shown in Figure, a thin, flat plate containing a number of series of holes is to be
placed in a large pipe to filter out any particles in the fluid flowing through the large pipe.
There is
MAE 331 Fall 2011, Homework 12
Due: Tuesday, December 6, 2011
1. Please find the value of the friction factor using Moody Chart attached and judge if
this flow is wholly turbulent for the following cases associated with pipeline? You must
mark these point
MAE 331 2011 Fall, Homework 08
Due: Tuesday, October 25, 2011
1. The energy equation under steady state operation can be expressed as:
Pout
+
P
V 2 out
V 2 in
+ Z out = in +
+ Z in + hs hL
2g
2g
Please explain the dimension and the term of energy represen
MAE 331 2011 Fall, Homework 07
Due: Tuesday, October 18, 2011
1. For a rotating sprinkler operating under steady state, the moment-of-momentum
equation can be expressed as:
r r
r r
r r
&
&
r
V
m
r
V
m
=
r
F content of the
out out
in in
(
)
(
)
(
)
contro
MAE 331 2011 Fall, Homework 01 Due: Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011
1. Please categorize the following dimensions as fundamental or derived dimensions, nd the dimension
(both MLT and FLT system) for each parameter (you need show me the detailed process), and pres
Exam 2 Equation List
The equations covered in this list are provided for reference only. In exam 2, you may need
equations not listed in this list. You are expected to know the equations not covered in this list no
matter they are simple or complex.
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