- 11.1P: Which bicyclist is more likely to go faster: the one who keeps his ...
- 11.2P: Consider laminar flow over a flat plate. How does the local frictio...
- 11.3P: Explain when an external flow is two-dimensional, three-dimensional...
- 11.4P: What is the difference between the upstream velocity and the free-s...
- 11.5P: What is the difference between streamlined and blunt bodies? Is a t...
- 11.6P: Name some applications in which a large drag is desired.
- 11.7P: What is drag? What causes it? Why do we usually try to minimize it?
- 11.8P: What is lift? What causes it? Does wall shear contribute to the lift?
- 11.10P: During flow over a given slender body such as a wing, the lift forc...
- 11.9P: During flow over a given body, the drag force, the upstream velocit...
- 11.11P: Define the frontal area of a body subjected to external flow. When ...
- 11.12P: Define the planform area of a body subjected to external flow. When...
- 11.13P: What is terminal velocity? How is it determined?
- 11.14P: What is the difference between skin friction drag and pressure drag...
- 11.15P: What is the effect of surface roughness on the friction drag coeffi...
- 11.16P: In general, how does the drag coefficient vary with the Reynolds nu...
- 11.19P: What is flow separation? What causes it? What is the effect of flow...
- 11.18P: What is the effect of streamlining on (a) friction drag and (b) pre...
- 11.17P: Fairings are attached to the front and back of a cylindrical body t...
- 11.20P: What is drafting? How does it affect the drag coefficient of the dr...
- 11.21P: A car is moving at a constant velocity of 80 km/h. Determine the up...
- 11.22P: The resultant of the pressure and wall shear forces acting on a bod...
- 11.23P: During a high Reynolds number experiment, the total drag force acti...
- 11.24P: The drag coefficient of a car at/the design conditions of 1 atm, 25...
- 11.25P: A circular sign has a diameter of 50 cm and is subjected to normal ...
- 11.27P: Advertisement signs are commonly earned by taxi-cabs for additional...
- 11.29P: Suzy likes to drive with a silly sun ball on her car antenna. The f...
- 11.30P: Bill gets a job delivering pizzas. The pizza company makes him moun...
- 11.31P: During major windstorms, high vehicles such as RvS and semis may be...
- 11.32P: An 80-kg bicyclist is riding her 15-kg bicycle down- hill on a road...
- 11.33P: A wind turbine with two or four hollow hemispherical cups connected...
- 11.34P: Reconsider Prob. 11-36. Using EES (or other) software, investigate ...
- 11.35P: During steady motion of a vehicle on a level road, the power delive...
- 11.36P: Reconsider Prob. 15–38. Using EES (or other) software, investigate ...
- 11.37P: A submarine can be treated as an ellipsoid with a diameter of 5 m a...
- 11.38P: An 0.90-m-diameter, l.l-m-high garbage can is found in the morning ...
- 11.39P: To reduce the drag coefficient and thus to improve the fuel efficie...
- 11.40P: A 5-m-diameter hot air balloon that has a total mass of 230 kg is s...
- 11.42P: A 6-mm-diameter plastic sphere whose density is 1150 kg/m3 is dropp...
- 11.45P: What does the friction coefficient represent in flow over a flat pl...
- 11.46P: What fluid property is responsible for the development of the veloc...
- 11.47P: How is the average friction coefficient determined in flow over a f...
- 11.49P: The local atmospheric pressure in Denver, Colorado (elevation 1610 ...
- 11.50P: During a winter day, wind at 55 km/h, 5°C, and 1 atm is blowing par...
- 11.51P: The forming section of a plastics plant puts out a continuous sheet...
- 11.52P: Consider laminar flow of a fluid over a flat plate. Now the free-st...
- 11.55P: Air at 25°C and 1 atm is flowing over a long flat ¡ate with a veloc...
- 11.56P: Repeat Prob. 15-57 for water.
- 11.58P: The weight of a thin flat plate 50 cm × 50 cm in size is balanced b...
- 11.57P: The top surface of the passenger car of a train moving at a velocit...
- 11.61P: In flow over cylinders, why does the drag coefficient suddenly drop...
- 11.62P: In flow over blunt bodies such as a cylinder, how does the pressure...
- 11.63P: Why is flow separation in flow over cylinders delayed in turbulent ...
- 11.65P: A long 8-crn-diameter steam pipe passes through some area open to t...
- 11.66P: Consider 0.8-cm-diameter hail that is falling freely in atmospheric...
- 11.67P: A 0.1-mm-diameter dust particle whose density is 2.1 g/cm3 is obser...
- 11.68P: Dust particles of diameter 0.06 mm and density 1.6 g/cm3 are unsett...
- 11.69P: A 2-m-long, 0.2-m-diameter cylindrical pine log (density = 513 kg/m...
- 11.70P: One of the popular demonstrations in science museums involves the s...
- 11.71P: A 6-mm-diameter electrical transmission line is exposed to windy ai...
- 11.72P: A useful empirical formula for the drag coefficient on a sphere at ...
- 11.74P: Air is flowing past a nonsymmetrical airfoil at zero angle of attac...
- 11.75P: Air is flowing past a symmetrical airfoil at zero angle of attack. ...
- 11.76P: Why is the contribution of viscous effects to lift usually negligib...
- 11.77P: Air is flowing past a symmetrical airfoil at an angle of attack of ...
- 11.78P: What is stall? What causes an airfoil to stall? Why are commercial ...
- 11.79P: Both the lift and the drag of an airfoil increase with an increase ...
- 11.80P: Why are flaps used at the leading and trailing edges of the wings o...
- 11.81P: do flaps affect the lift and the drag of wings?
- 11.83P: What is induced drag on wings? Can induced drag be minimized by usi...
- 11.82P: What is the effect of wing tip vortices (the air circulation from t...
- 11.84P: Explain why endplates or winglets are added to some airplane wings.
- 11.85P: Air is flowing past a spherical ball. Is the lift exerted on the ba...
- 11.86P: A tennis ball with a mass of 57 g and a diameter of 6.4 cm is hit w...
- 11.87P: Consider an aircraft, which takes off at 190 km/h when it is fully ...
- 11.88P: Consider an airplane whose takeoff speed is 220 km/h and that takes...
- 11.90P: A jumbo jet airplane has a mass of about 400,000 kg when fully load...
- 11.91P: Reconsider Prob. 15–85. Using EES (or other) software, investigate ...
- 11.92P: A small aircraft has a wing area of 28 m2, a lift coefficient of 0....
- 11.93P: A small airplane has a total mass of 1800 kg and a wing area of 42 ...
- 11.94P: The NACA 64(1)–412 airfoil has a lift-to-drag ratio of 50 at 0° ang...
- 11.95P: Consider a light plane that has a total weight of 15,000N and a win...
- 11.97P: An airplane has a mass of 50,000 kg, a wing area of 300 m2, a maxim...
- 11.100P: A 1.2-m-external-diameter spherical tank is located outdoors at I a...
- 11.101P: A 2-m-high, 4-m-wide rectangular advertisement panel is attached to...
- 11.102P: A plastic boat whose bottom surface can be approximated as a 1.5-m-...
- 11.103P: Reconsider Prob. 11-109. Using EES (or other) software, investigate...
- 11.104P: The cylindrical chimney of a factory has an external diameter of 1....
- 11.105P: Consider a blimp that can be approximated as a 3-m diameter, 8-m lo...
- 11.107P: An 9-cm-diameter smooth sports ball has a velocity of 36 km/h durin...
- 11.109P: It is proposed to meet the water needs of a recreational vehicle (R...
- 11.108P: A paratrooper and his 8-m-diameter parachute weigh 950 N. Taking th...
- 11.110P: An automotive engine can be approximated as a 0.4-m-high, 0.60-m-wi...
- 11.111P: Calculate the thickness of the boundary layer during flow over a 2....
- 11.112P: A 17,000-kg tractor-trailer rig has a frontal area of 9.2 m2, a dra...
- 11.113P: Stokes law can be used to determine the viscosity of a fluid by dro...
- 11.114P: During an experiment, three aluminum balls (?s = 2600 kg/m3) having...
- 11.115P: Repeat Prob. 15–100 by considering the more general form of Stokes ...
- 11.116P: A small aluminum ball withD = 2 mm and?s= 2700 kg/m3 is dropped int...
- 11.117P: Engine oil at 40°C is flowing over a long flat plate: with a veloci...

# Solutions for Chapter 11: Fluid Mechanics 2nd Edition

## Full solutions for Fluid Mechanics | 2nd Edition

ISBN: 9780071284219

Solutions for Chapter 11

Get Full Solutions
Solutions for Chapter 11

26

0

Fluid Mechanics was written by and is associated to the ISBN: 9780071284219. Chapter 11 includes 100 full step-by-step solutions. This textbook survival guide was created for the textbook: Fluid Mechanics, edition: 2. This expansive textbook survival guide covers the following chapters and their solutions. Since 100 problems in chapter 11 have been answered, more than 159140 students have viewed full step-by-step solutions from this chapter.

Key Engineering and Tech Terms and definitions covered in this textbook