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 = 101325 Pa (or kg/m.s2),
Z1 = 0 m = 0 ft
Z2 = - 1000
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 80 0F.
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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 above the hole, the flow rate through the hole is found to
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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 mall the sheets.
Q.1:
For ﬂow of ﬂuids in pipes, some of
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 many fundamental dimensions are present in these varia
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 =
5 cP), a manometer with an immiscible fluid of 56 = 1.
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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 relate
the rate of increase of tank pressure to rate of inc
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 transported in the direction of
decreasing velocity and it is pro
Home Assignment #3 (Due in class on Tuesday September 15, 2015)
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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 = 1.333 ft
PA = 40 psia
Governing static equations
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Terminal Velocity
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Ergun Equation
Calculating the Pressure Drop Through A Bed of Solids (Laminar,Turbulent