Engineering Fluid Mechanics
Engineering Fluid Mechanics ENGR 335
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Date Created: 10/23/15
ENGR 335 KEY WORDS FOR CH 13 ow visualization hotwire anemometer bucket and stop watch method marker laser Doppler anemometer velocity pro le integration rotometer stagnation pressure volume ow rate obstruction ow meter Pitot tube discharge venturi static pressure mass ow rate ori ce plate meter wall tap multiphase ow vena contracta static tube slurry ow coef cient ultrasonic ow meter cup anemometer Coriolis ow meter turbine meter propeller anemometer nonintrusive spatial resolution temporal resolution STUDY QUESTIONS 1 Describe one velocity measurement method that is nonintrusive 2 Describe one ow rate measurement method that is nonintrusive 3 Would a rotometer be a good choose for a coal slurry ow Why or Why not 4 We need to measure air ow speed for a ow that is rapidly changing with time Which method is a match ENGR 335 KEY WORDS AND STUDY QUESTIONS FOR CH 3 manometer inclined manometer Bourdon tube gage pressure transducer hydrostatics absolute pressure gage pressure vacuum pressure centroid of area Archimedes39 principle hydrometer center of gravity centroid of volume center of buoyancy center of pressure stable uniform density uid area moment of inertia neutral piezometric head parallel aXis theorem unstable piezometric pressure pressure pyramid datum pressure distribution 1 Give the differential equation that governs pressure distribution in a static uid Describe the meaning of each variable What types of uids are applicable What kind of uid and gravity field allows a simple solution to the equation 2 Under what conditions is piezometric pressure constant 3 Why would an engineer what to know the center of pressure on a submerged surface 4 Give two limiting conditions under which the centroid and center of pressure are at the same point 5 The only component of stress present in a static uid is the component
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