Lab 4: Linear Momentum Experiments
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab is to demonstrate the momentum theorem, with the scope of this lab
being restricted to linear momentum concepts. The lab will consis
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NOZZLE FLOW METER
mdot = C E A2 Y (2gc rho1 (p1 - p2)^.5
INPUT
patm =
in. hg
Temp =
deg. F
Pre Lab Linear Momentum Equation
Fig. 1: Apparatus for Linear Momentum Experiments with Water as the Fluid.
For this lab, a pump will be used to push water from the intake, through the flow control va
Lab 1: Viscosity
Measurement
Austin Woods:
ME 335 Sect. 1 Summer 2016
05/25/16
ABSTRACT
With the use of a Cannon-Fenske viscometer, a Stormer rotating-cylinder viscometer, a
hydrometer, a tachometer,
ME 335 FLUID FLOW
EXAM I
Name:
Date: 09/29/2016
Time: 1:10-2:00 PM
Closed Book, Closed Notes
Open Equation Sheet
Use additional sheets for your work and attach them to this sheet.
Problem 1: (12 point
ME 335 In-Class Problem - Shear Stress
A sled slides along on a thin horizontal layer of water between the ice and the runners. The
horizontal force that the water puts on the runners is equal to 1.2
K .
a) Determine cfw_he MmenSToms 06: We ComfaMs Kwand u
r " S '
b) womd JrhTs qular/n be, mm m any 583) (M? Mr
Known 2
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AP=KV%+Ku lwsv
u : Viewsd (FL'3T) _- MLTJL'DT : MUT"
V : vewcnj ( LT")
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ME 335 FLUID FLOW
EXAM I
ISU ID (optional):
Name:
Section A
Date: 09/21/2005
Time: 12:10-1:00 PM
Closed Book, Closed Notes
Open Equation Sheet (Turn in your Equation Sheet with your Exam Solution)
THI
Sample Exam numerical solutions:
1) (i) P = 8297 N, (ii) pbottom = 28.64 kPa, (iii) linear variation with change in slope from oil to
water, (iv) Fwater = 23.735 kN
2) (i) V = 20 m/s, (ii) top cable i
ME 335 FLUID FLOW
EXAM I
ISU ID:
Name:
Time: 50
minutes
Closed Book
Open Equation Sheet
Problem 1: (15 points)
A piston having a cross-sectional area of 0.3 square meter and negligible weight is in a
Lab 2: Application of
Linear Momentum
Equation
Austin Woods:
ME 335 Sect. 1 Summer 2016
05/26/16
ABSTRACT
With the use of a water jet apparatus and an air jet apparatus shown in Figures 3 and 4, the
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Problem 2.36
[Difficulty: 4]
Given:
Velocity field
Find:
Coordinates of particle at t = 2 s that was at (2,1) at t = 0; coordinates of particle at t = 3 s that was at (2,1) at t = 2 s;
plot pathline a
Problem 2.35
[Difficulty: 4]
Given:
Velocity field
Find:
Coordinates of particle at t = 2 s that was at (1,2) at t = 0; coordinates of particle at t = 3 s that was at (1,2) at t = 2 s;
plot pathline a
Problem 2.34
[Difficulty: 3]
Given:
Velocity field
Find:
Equation for streamline through point (2.5); coordinates of particle at t = 2 s that was at (0,4) at t = 0; coordinates of
particle at t = 3 s
Problem 2.33
[Difficulty: 3]
Given:
Velocity field
Find:
Equation for streamline through point (1.1); coordinates of particle at t = 5 s and t = 10 s that was at (1,1) at t = 0;
compare pathline, stre
Homework 3
H-q Given
u = 5x( H t)
V = 53 (er)
Rheum
Find vat) and 3,) if )g:xc and 9:39- oct ch .
(Anagsns
u= zs
db
V: 13
db
d 6
3-1: 5:th i=531'w")
dx = sx<1+ mat. 6x5 : SgC'Hb) db
5%6x:35(\*t\7db Sd
ME 335: In-Class Problem Forces on a Submerged Surface
Consider the rectangular hinged gate in the tank shown below.
a) Find the magnitude of the force of the water on the gate.
b) Find the location o
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 335 C: Fluid Flow
Dr. Sarah A. Bentil
Office: 2104 Black Engineering
Email: [email protected]
Lecture 5
January 24, 2017
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ME 335: In-Class Problem - Rigid-body Motion
A closed cylindrical tank that is 8 ft in diameter and 24 ft long is completely filled with gasoline.
The tank, with its long axis horizontal, is pulled by
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 335 C: Fluid Flow
Dr. Sarah A. Bentil
Office: 2104 Black Engineering
Email: [email protected]
Lecture 4
January 19, 2017
TTYP
For a fluid at rest,
how does p
ME 335: In-Class Problem - U-Tube Manometer
The closed tank illustrated below contains water and air, as shown. A U-Tube mercury
manometer is attached to the tank and is open to the atmosphere at 14.5
ME 335: In-Class Problem - Rigid-body Motion
A closed cylindrical tank that is 8 ft in diameter and 24 ft long is completely filled with gasoline.
The tank, with its long axis horizontal, is pulled by
ME 335: In-Class Problem Ideal Gas Equation of State
Determine the volume, in ft3, occupied by 10 lbm of carbon dioxide at 20 lbf/in.2, 560oR. The
carbon dioxide can be modeled as an ideal gas at thes
ME 335: In-Class Problem - U-Tube Manometer
The closed tank illustrated below contains water and air, as shown. A U-Tube mercury
manometer is attached to the tank and is open to the atmosphere at 14.5
ME 335: In-Class Problem
Dimensional Homogeneity
Air expands in a piston-cylinder assembly at a constant pressure of 10 bar from 1 m3 to 5 m3.
Air
m = 2 kg
W
p = 10 bar
V1 = 1 m3
V2 = 5 m3
Develop an
Lecture 1
Deformation is continuous in time. Strain is a function of time.
How do I relate stress to strain rate? = shear stress is directly proportional to strain rate
T=F/A = strain rate
What makes
Mitchell Beattie, Jake Formico,
Claire Glattly, Partick Vorthmann
Lab 8 Report
Section 10
Abstract:
The lab group was to design and execute an experiment to analyze and understand the drag
coefficient
ME 335L: Fluid Flow
Section 10
Claire Glattly
Jake Formico
Lab 7 Computational Fluid Dynamics
November 8, 2016
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ME 335
Lab Report : Mass Flow Rate Measurement
Pratheen Barthiban
Abstract
The goal of this lab is to determine the velocity profile of air in a circular duct using a pitot-static
tube and the mass fl