HW 3 ENGR305 F2011
(a) Water at 100C
density = 62.42 lb/ft3 = 999.8 kg/m3
viscosity = 1.31 cP = 0.00131 Pa.s
velocity v = 2 m/s
diameter d = 100 mm = 0.1 m
Reynolds number = d v / = 1.53 x 105 Turbule
ENGR 305 Fall 2015
HW 4 (Due in class on Thursday 10/8/2015)
Problems involving only mass balance:
1. Problem # 3, Chapter 5
HINT: In this problem, use the ideal gas relationship PV = (m/M) RT to rela
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ENGR 305 Fall 2015
Test 3 (November 10, 2015)
Do both the problems. Open Book, Closed Notes.
1. In order to measure flow rate of fluid in a horizontal pipe transporting solvent (56 = 1.15, viscosity =
ENGR 305
Solution Quiz 1 (September 3, 2015)
1. Drag force (F) felt by a given ship depends on ship velocity (V), fluid density (), fluid
viscosity (), ship submergence (L), and beam width (W).
a) How
Name:
CLID:
ENGR 305 Fa112015
Test 1 (September 17, 2015)
This exam is open Book and closed notes. Do all the three problems on these stapled sheets. Do
not forget to write your name and CLID number m
ENGR 305 Fall 2015
Test 2 (October 20, 2015)
Do both the problems. Open Book, Closed Notes.
1. A large tank has a 5.1 mm diameter hole in its bottom. When the depth of liquid in the tank is
1.5 m abov
ENGR 305 Fall 2015
Test 4 (December 1, 2015)
There are two problems. Do both. Open Book, Closed Notes.
1. A mercury manometer is connected between two points in a piping system that contains water at
Home Assignment #2 (Due in class on Tuesday September 8, 2015)
Momentum flux is the rate of transport of momentum per unit area normal to the
direction of transport of momentum. Momentum is transporte
Home Assignment #3 (Due in class on Tuesday September 15, 2015)
A B
2
1
Density of water = w = 998 kg/m3 = 62.3 lbm/ft3
Density of mercury = m = 13550 kg/m3 = 845.9 lbm/ft3
ZB ZA = 6 ft
Z2 Z1 = 16 in
ENGR 305
TEST 2
Water is to be pumped from a reservoir to the bottom of a water tower. The water
level in the tower is 80 m above the water of the reservoir. Both the reservoir and
tower are maintaine
NAME_ DATE_
EXAM 2
Open Book. Closed Notes
_Problem 1
_Problem 2
_Problem 3
_Problem 4
_TOTAL
Problem #1
(5 pts) Bobby Transport from across the hall wants to know the pressure drop between the inlet
Transport
Thursday, September 06, 2012
5:32 PM
Using Buckingham pi Theorem
1.List all variables
2.Express variables in terms of dimensions (M,L,T)
3.Determine # of pi terms
= # of variables - # of dim
Problem #
Dried shrimp is one of the most important exported marine products. Particularly in countries such as Thailand. Drying of the shrimp includes devices such as packed bed dryers. Below the sol
CHEE 305:
Transport
Phenomena
Chapter 7: Internal Flow Applications
William M. Chirdon, Ph.D.
Note:
There are significant errors/clarifications in Ch 7:
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CHEE 305:
Transport
Phenomena
Chapter 8: Pumps and Compressors
William M. Chirdon, Ph.D.
Read Ch 8
Including Examples
Practice HW to follow
Homework
Many types
Primarily classified as 2 types
Po
CHEE 305:
Transport
Phenomena
Chapter 4: Fluid Statics
William M. Chirdon, Ph.D.
Chapter 4 Homework set:
TBA
Homework
Stress
dyad or second order tensor
composed of a force and an area
Can be descr
CHEE 305:
Transport
Phenomena
Chapter 3: Fluid Properties
William M. Chirdon, Ph.D.
Chapter 3 Homework set:
2, 4, 6, 7, 17, 23, 28
due 9/11/14
Note: Use of Excel is allowed (and recommended) on
homewo
HW 1
(a)
From Problem 8: = P + g Z = constant
If we apply this principle between point 1 (on the ocean surface) and point 2 at a depth Z from
surface:
P1 + g Z1 = P2 + g Z2
where P1 = 1 atm = 14.7 psi
NAME_ DATE_
EXAM 3
_Problem 1
_Problem 2
_Problem 3
_TOTAL
Drag Force = 0.5 (Density) (Velocity)^2 (Area) (Drag Coefficient)
Terminal Velocity
ut =
2g ( P ) m
AP P CD
Ergun Equation
Calculating the P