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# Week 6 Notes ME 3350 - 01

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Some of the things we covered in class last week.
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Philippe Sucosky
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Date Created: 10/08/16
ME 3350 Notes – Week 6 7 – Energy Equation Stored Energy: Associated with given mass (kinetic→motion, potential→position, internal) Energy in transition: Moving between systems (heat→temperature difference, work→external forces) Consider a system: Work done by fluid on surroundings, heat to system from surroundings dE ´ ´ ∆ E=E −2 =Q1W dt=Q−W RTT: δ ∫ ρedV + ∮ev∙dA=Q−W ´ ´ δt CV CS Physical Interpretation: Time rate of change (RoC) of stored energy in CV @ t + Net efflux of stored energy through CS @ t = Rate of heat addition to fluid in CV @ t – Rate of work done by fluid in CV @ t, e=e +e +u= v +gz+u K P 2 (stored energy per unit mass) w=w +w f s Work = flow work + shaft work Flow work: Energy transfer as work from fluid to environment at places on CS that fluid crosses Shaft work: Energy transfer at places on CS that fluid does not cross F 2p A2 2 Flow Work Derivation: Consider flow in reducing elbow: on surroundings During Δt, fluid displacement @ outlet ∆ x2=v 2t ∆ w2=p 2 v2 2 w´ =p A v 2 2 2 2 At inlet: F 1−p A 1 1 ∆ w1=−p A1v1∆1 ´1=p 1 v1 1 w =w +w =p A v −p A v = ∮ pv∙dA= ∫ pρv∙dA f 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 CS CS ρ Q−w ´ = δ ρedV+ ρev∙dA δt∫ ∮ CV CS ´ δ 1 2 1 2 Q−w ´s−w´ f ∫ ρ( v +gz+u)dV + ∮ ρ( v +gz+u)v∙dA δtCV 2 CS 2 ´ δ 1 2 1 2 p Q−w´s= δtCVρ(2v +gz+u)dV+ ρCSv +2z+h)v∙dA h= ρu Chapter 4: Local Flow Analysis 1 – Material vs. Spatial Description Material Description: Follow individual fluid particles (Lagrangian Description) Spatial Description: What happens at fixed spatial locations (Eulerian Description) Example: Consider ρ as property of interest Material Description: ρ=ρ m(particle ,t)=ρ mr0,t) = density @ time t of particle initially at poi0t r Spatial Description: ρ=ρ slocation,tim=ρ sx ,y,z,t) 2 – Material vs. Spatial Derivatives Associated with these descriptions are two time derivatives: δ = δ = D 1. δt|particleidentitytr0 Dt 2. δ δ δ | = | = δt locationidentityt r δt D Df= lim ∆ f Express Dt in terms of spatial coordinates: Dt ∆t→ 0∆t|particle ∆ f = t+∆tft= f(x+∆x ,y+∆ y,z+∆ z,t+∆t − f (x,y,z ,t) Taylor Series Expansion: f(x+∆x ,y+∆y,z+∆z ,t+∆t = f x,y,z ,)+δf ∆x+ δf ∆y+ δf ∆z+ δf ∆t+… δx δy δz δt ∆ f = f − f =δf ∆x+ δf ∆ y+δf ∆ z+δf ∆t+… t+∆t t δx δy δz δt ∆ f δf ∆ x δf ∆y δf ∆z δf ∆t = δx ∆t ( )δy ∆t + δz ∆t +δt

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