CME 330 Fall 2016 Homework # 1
Due September 6
1. Given that the molar volume of an ideal gas is 22.4136 liters/gmole at 273.15 K and 1.000
atm, calculate the value of R in units of mm-Hg-ft3/lbmole-R.
2. The mass density of a gas mixture (58.1% CO2 and 4

ChEE 2110 Fall 2016 Homework # 2
Due September 9
1. Check the dimensional consistency of the following empirical equation for heat transfer
between a flowing fluid and the surface of a sphere:
h = 2.0kDp-1 + 0.6Dp-0.5G0.5-0.17cp0.33k0.67
where
h = heat tr

CME 330 Fall 2016 Homework # 3
Due September 28
1. The gage pressure at a depth of 6 m in an open tank of liquid is 47.9 kPa. What are the
specific weight and the specific gravity of the liquid?
2. What is the pressure of the air in the tank shown in the

CME 330 Fall 2016 Homework # 4
Due October 5
1.
(same as the quiz you just had) Determine the gage pressure at the center of pipe A in
pounds per square inch.
2.
Find pA pB if x = 3.0 m, y = 1.0 m, z = 2.0 m, and the fluids 1, 2, and 3 are kerosene, water

CME 330 Fall 2016 Homework # 7
Due November 2
1.
Water at 60F is pumped from a reservoir to the top of a mountain through a 6-in Schedule
120 pipe at an average velocity of 12 ft/s. The pipe discharges into the atmosphere at a level
3000 ft above the leve

CME 330
FLUID MECHANICS
Quiz 2, Fall 2016
10 points max
Open book quiz
Name: _
Dr. I. C. Escobar
Water is flowing at 50F through a long horizontal plastic pipe, 3 inches in inside
diameter, at a velocity of 8 ft/s. Calculate the pressure drop in psi (lbf/