 2.2.1: A system is separated from its surrounding by a a. border b. bounda...
 2.2.2: How are density and specific weight related?
 2.2.3: Density is (select all that apply) a. weight/volume b. mass/volume ...
 2.2.4: Which of these arc units of density? (select all that apply) a. kgl...
 2.2.5: Specific gravity (select all that apply) a. can have units of N/m3 ...
 2.2.6: If a liquid has a specific gravity of 1.7, what is the density in ....
 2.2.7: What are SG, y, and p for mercury? State your answers in SI ..ruts...
 2.2.8: If a gas has y = 15 N/m3 , what is its density? State your .mswers...
 2.2.9: If you have a bulk modulus of elasticity that is a very ...rge numb...
 2.2.11: The bulk modulus of elasticity of ethyl alcohol is a6 X I 09 Pa. fo...
 2.2.12: A pressure of2 X 106 N/m2 is applied to a mass of water that initia...
 2.2.13: Calculate the pressure increase that must be applied to water to re...
 2.2.14: An open vat in a food processing plant contains 400 L of water at 2...
 2.2.15: Where in this text can you find: a. density data for such liquids a...
 2.2.16: Regarding water and seawater: a. Which is more dense, seawater or f...
 2.2.17: If the density, p, of air (in an open system at atmospheric' pressu...
 2.2.18: The following questions relate to viscosity. a. What are the primar...
 2.2.19: Shear stress has dimensions of a. force/area b. dimensionless
 2.2.21: For the velocity gradient dV/ dy a. the change in velocity dV is in...
 2.2.22: The noslip condition a. only applies to ideal flow b. only applies...
 2.2.23: Kinematic viscosity (select all that apply) a. is another name for ...
 2.2.24: What is the change in the viscosity and density of water between l0...
 2.2.25: Determine the change in the kinematic viscosity of air that is heat...
 2.2.26: Find the dynamic and kinematic viscosities of kerosene, SAE I OW30...
 2.2.27: What is the ratio of the dynamic viscosity of air to that of water ...
 2.2.28: At a point in a flowing fluid, the shear stress is l X 10 4 psi, a...
 2.2.29: SAE lOW30 oil with viscosity 1 X I0 4 lbf slfi is used as a lubri...
 2.2.31: The velocity distribution for the flow of crude oil at l00F (f.L = ...
 2.2.32: (part a only) A liquid flows between parallel boundaries as shown a...
 2.2.33: Suppose that glycerin is flowing (T = 20C) and that the pressure gr...
 2.2.34: Two plates are separated by a l/8in. space. The lower plate is sta...
 2.2.35: The sliding plate viscometer shown below is used to measure the vis...
 2.2.36: A laminar flow occurs between two horizontal parallel plates under ...
 2.2.37: This problem involves a cylinder falling inside a pipe that is 5lle...
 2.2.38: The device shown consists of a disk that is rotated by .. shaft. Th...
 2.2.39: Some instruments having angular motion are damped by means of a dis...
 2.2.41: If temperature increases, does the viscosity of water increase or d...
 2.2.42: Sutherland's equation (select all that apply): a. relates temperatu...
 2.2.43: When looking up values for density, absolute viscosity, and kinemat...
 2.2.44: Common Newtonian fluids are a. toothpaste, catsup, and paint b. wat...
 2.2.45: Which of these flows (deforms) with even a small shear stress appli...
 2.2.46: Using Sutherland's equation and the ideal gas law, develop an expre...
 2.2.47: The dynamic viscosity of air at 15C is 1.78 X 10 5 N s/m2 . Using ...
 2.2.48: The kinematic viscosity of methane at 15C and atmospheric pressure ...
 2.2.49: lhe dynamic viscosity of nitrogen at 59F is 3.59 X 10 7 lbf s/ft2 ...
 2.2.51: Ammonia is very volatile, so it may be either a gas or a liquid at ...
 2.2.52: The viscosity of SAE 10W30 motor oil at 38C is 0.067 N s/m2 and at...
 2.2.53: The viscosity of grade 100 aviation oil at 100F is 4.43 X 10 3 lbf ...
 2.2.54: Find the kinematic and dynan1ic viscosities of air and water at a t...
 2.2.55: Consider the ratio !l 10oi ~L o. where 11 is the viscosity of oxy...
 2.2.56: Surface tension: (select all that apply) a. only occurs at an inter...
 2.2.57: Which of the following is the formula for the gage pressure within ...
 2.2.58: A spherical soap bubble has an inside radius R, a film thickness t,...
 2.2.59: A water bug is suspended on the surface of a pond by surface tensio...
 2.2.61: Calculate the maximum capillary rise of water between two certical ...
 2.2.62: What is the pressure within a 1 mm spherical droplet of a ter relat...
 2.2.63: By measuring the capillary rise in a tube, one can calculate ;he su...
 2.2.64: Capillary rise can be used to describe how far water ,[( rise above...
 2.2.65: Consider a soap bubble 2 mm in diameter and a droplet of ..ater, a...
 2.2.66: A drop of water at 20C is forming under a solid surface. :he config...
 2.2.67: The surface tension of a liquid is being measured with a ring as sh...
 2.2.68: If liquid water at 30C is flowing iJ1 a pipe and the pressure drops...
 2.2.69: How does vapor pressure change with increasing temperature? a. it i...
 2.2.71: A student iJ1 the laboratory plans to exert a vacuum in the head sp...
 2.2.72: The vapor pressure of water at I 00C is I 0 I kN/m2 because water b...
Solutions for Chapter 2: FLUID PROPERTIES
Full solutions for Engineering Fluid Mechanics  10th Edition
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Solutions for Chapter 2: FLUID PROPERTIES
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