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## Fluid Mechanics

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# Fluid Mechanics AME 30331

Yesenia Hansen
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Philippe Sucosky

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Date Created: 11/01/15
AME 30331 Fall 09 CHAPTER 2 FLUID STATICS CHAPTER OVERVIEW 1 Pressure at a point a Body vs surface forces Normal and shear stresses Definition Absolute vs gage pressure Pressure directionality snaps 2 Pressure field a Pressure distribution in the horizontal direction b Pressure distribution in the vertical direction c Equation of motion for a fluid with no shear stress 3 Pressure measurement devices a Barometer b Manometer c Example handout 4 Hydrostatic force on a plane surface a Procedure handout b Example handout 5 Hydrostatic force on curved surfaces handout 6 Buoyancy and stability a Horizontal force on submergedfloating body b Vertical force on submergedfloating body c Stability 7 Fluids in rigidbody motion a Definition b Example CHAPTER OBJECTIVES At the end of this chapter you should be able to 0 Determine the variations of pressure in a fluid at rest 0 Calculate pressure using various kinds of manometers 0 Calculate the forces exerted by a fluid at rest on plane or curved submerged surfaces 0 Analyze the rigidbody motion of fluids in containers during linear acceleration or rotation AME 30331 Fall 09 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION CHAPTER OVERVIEW 1 Fluid characteristics a Definition b Continuum concept and hypothesis c Extensive vs intensive properties d Measures of mass and weight handout e Measures of fluid compressibility handout 2 Analysis of fluid behavior a Velocity field b Steady vs unsteady c Uniform vs nonuniform d Dimensionality of flow 3 Viscosity a Drag b Viscosity handout c Newtonian vs nonNewtonian fuids d Effects of pressure and temperature handout e Kinematic viscosity 4 Surface tension a Definition b Capillaryeffect CHAPTER OBJECTIVES At the end of this chapter you should be able to 0 Have a working knowledge of the basic properties of fluids and understand the continuum approximation 0 Have a working knowledge of viscosity and the consequences of the frictional effects it causes in fluid flow 0 Calculate the capillary risedrop in tubes due to the surface tension effect AME 30331 Fall 09 CHAPTER 4 LOCAL FLOW ANALYSIS CHAPTER OVERVIEW Material vs Spatial description 1 2 Material vs spatial derivatives a Definition and derivation b Acceleration field 3 Lines associated with fluid motion a Pathline streakline streamline timeline handout b Calculation example 4 Differential form of the conservation of mass a Derivation b Simplified forms 5 Stream function a b Definition Properties handout 6 Differential form of the conservation of linear momentum a 051957 Forces acting on a fluid element Derivation of the equations of motion Cauchy s equations Fluid deformations NavierStokes and Euler equations Discussion on effects of compressibility and viscosity handout Examples of application Poiseuille and Couette flows handout 7 Bernoulli equation revisited 8 lrrotational flow CHAPTER OBJECTIVES At the end of this chapter you should be able to Understand the role of the material derivative in transforming between Lagrangian and Eulerian descriptions Understand how the differential equation of conservation of mass and the differential linear momentum equation are derived and applied Calculate the stream function and pressure field and plot streamlines for a known velocity field Obtain analytical solutions of the equations of motion for simple flow fields Distinguish between rotational and irrotational regions of flow based on the flow property vorticity

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