 4.4.1: If somehow you could attach a light to a fluid particle and :ake a ...
 4.4.2: Is the pattern produced by smoke rising from a chimney on a windy d...
 4.4.3: A windsock is a sockshaped device attached to a swivel 10 top of a...
 4.4.4: For streamlines, streaklines, and streamlines to all be colinear, ...
 4.4.5: At time t = 0, dye was injected at point A in a flow field of a .1q...
 4.4.6: For a given hypothetical flow, the velocity from time t = 0 to = 5 ...
 4.4.7: At time t = 0, a dye streak was started at point A in a flow field ...
 4.4.8: A velocity field is given mathematically as V = 2i + 4yj. The veloc...
 4.4.9: There is a gasoline spill in a major river. The mayor of a large do...
 4.4.11: You are pouring a heavy syrup on your pancakes. As the syrup spread...
 4.4.12: A velocity field is given by V = 1 Oxyi . It is a. 1D and steady b...
 4.4.13: Which is the most correct way to characterize turbulent flow? a. 10...
 4.4.14: In the system in the figure, the valve at Cis gradually opened in s...
 4.4.15: Water flows in the passage shown. If the flow rate is decreasing wi...
 4.4.16: If a flow pattern has converging streamlines, how would you classif...
 4.4.17: Consider flow in a straight conduit. The conduit is circular in cro...
 4.4.18: Classify each of the following as a onedimensional, twodimensional...
 4.4.19: Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity with time. Js the ac...
 4.4.21: In a flowing fluid, acceleration means that a fluid particle is a. ...
 4.4.22: The flow passing through a nozzle is steady. The speed of the fluid...
 4.4.23: Local acceleration a. is dose to the origin b. is quasi nonuniform ...
 4.4.24: Figure 4.36 on p. 148 in 4.10 shows the flow pattern for flow past ...
 4.4.25: The velocity along a pathline is given by V (mls) = s 2 t 112 where...
 4.4.26: Tests on a sphere are conducted in a wind tunnel at an air speed of...
 4.4.27: In this flow passage the velocity is varying with time. The elocity...
 4.4.28: The nozzle in the figure is shaped such that the d ocity of flow va...
 4.4.29: In Prob. 4.28 the velocity varies linea.rly with time .roughout the...
 4.4.31: What will be the convective acceleration for the conditions of Prob...
 4.4.32: The velocity of water flow in the nozzle shown is given by the foll...
 4.4.33: State Newton's second law of motion. What arc the limitations on th...
 4.4.34: What is the differences between a force due to weight and a force d...
 4.4.35: A pipe slopes upward in the direction ofliquid flow at an angle of ...
 4.4.36: What pressure gradient is required to accelerate kerosene (S = 0.81...
 4.4.37: The hypothetical liquid in the tube shown in the figure has zero vi...
 4.4.38: If the piston and water (p = 62.4lbm/ft3 ) are accelerated upward a...
 4.4.39: Water (p = 62.4 lbm/ftl) stands at a depth of 10ft in a vertical pi...
 4.4.41: Water (p = 1000 kg/m3 ) is accelerated from rest in a horizontal pi...
 4.4.42: Water (p = 62.4lbm/ft3 ) stands at a depth of 10ft in a vertical pi...
 4.4.43: A liquid with a specific weight of 100 lbf/ftl is in the conduit. T...
 4.4.44: If the velocity varies linearly with distance through this water no...
 4.4.45: The closed tank shown, which is full of liquid, is accelerated down...
 4.4.46: The closed tank shown, which is full of liquid, is accelerated down...
 4.4.47: Describe in your own words how an aspirator works
 4.4.48: When the Bernoulli Equation applies to a venturi, such as in Fig. 4...
 4.4.49: A water jet issues vertically from a nozzle, as shown. The water ve...
 4.4.51: ater flows through a vertical contraction (venturi) ..ection. Piezo...
 4.4.52: Kerosene at 20C flows through a contraction section . shown. A pres...
 4.4.53: A stagnation tube placed in a river (select all that apply) a. can ...
 4.4.54: A Pitotstatic tube is mounted on an airplane to measure airspeed. ...
 4.4.55: A glass tube is inserted into a flowing stream of water with one op...
 4.4.56: A Bourdontube gage is taped into the center of a disk as shown. Th...
 4.4.57: An airwater manometer is connected to a Pilotstatic tube used to ...
 4.4.58: The flowmetering device shown consists of a stagnation probe at st...
 4.4.59: The "spherical" Pitot probe shown is used to measure the flow veloc...
 4.4.61: Explain how you might design a spherical Pitotstatic probe to prov...
 4.4.62: Two Pitotstatic tubes are shown. The one on the top is used to mea...
 4.4.63: A Pitotstatic tube is used to measure the velocity at the center o...
 4.4.64: A Pitotstatic tube used to measure air velocity is connected to a ...
 4.4.65: A Pilotstatic tube used to measure air velocity is connected to a ...
 4.4.66: A Pilotstatic tube is used to measure the gas velocity in a duct. ...
 4.4.67: A sphere moves horizontally through still water at a speed of II ft...
 4.4.68: Body A travels through water at a constant speed of 13 m/s as shown...
 4.4.69: Water in a flume is shown for two conditions. if the depth d IS the...
 4.4.71: A rugged instrument used frequently for monitoring gas velocity in ...
 4.4.72: The pressure in the wake of a bluff body is approximately equal to ...
 4.4.73: A Pitotstatic tube is used to measure the airspeed of an airplane....
 4.4.74: An aircraft flying at 10,000 feet uses a Pitotstatic tube to measu...
 4.4.75: You need to measure air flow velocity. You order a commercially ava...
 4.4.76: Consider the flow of water over the surfaces shown. For each case t...
 4.4.77: What is meant by rotation of a fluid particle? Use a sketch to explain
 4.4.78: Consider a spherical fluid particle in an inviscid fluid (no shear ...
 4.4.79: The vector V = I Oxi  I Oyj represents a twodimensional velocity ...
 4.4.81: The velocity components for a twodimensional flow are Cx Cy u = v ...
 4.4.82: A twodimensional flow field is defined by u = x 2  I and v =  2x...
 4.4.83: Fluid flows between two parallel stationary plates. The distance be...
 4.4.84: A combination of a forced and a free vortex is represented by the v...
 4.4.85: Liquid flows with a free surface around a bend. The liquid is invis...
 4.4.86: The velocity in the outlet pipe from this reservoir is 30 ft!s and ...
 4.4.87: The velocity in the outlet pipe from this reservoir is 8 m/s and h ...
 4.4.88: The maximum velocity of the flow past a circular cylinder, as shown...
 4.4.89: The velocity and pressure are given at two points in the flow field...
 4.4.91: Ideal flow theory will yield a flow pattern past an rfoil similar ...
 4.4.92: Consider the flow of water between two parallel plates in mch one p...
 4.4.93: Euler's equations for a planar (twodimensional) flow in the xypla...
 4.4.94: A fluid is flowing arow1d a cylinder as shown in Fig 4.37 on p. 149...
 4.4.95: The velocity distribution over the surface of a sphere upstream of ...
 4.4.96: Knowing the speed at point 1 of a fluid upstream of a sphere and th...
 4.4.97: Take a spoon and rapidly stir a cup of liquid. Report on the contou...
 4.4.98: This closed tank, which is 4ft in diameter, is filled with water (p...
 4.4.99: A tank of liquid (S = 0.80) that is 1 ft in diameter and 1.0 ft hig...
 4.4.101: A closed tank ofliquid (S = 1.2) is rotated about a vertical axis (...
 4.4.102: AUtube is rotated about one leg, as shown. Before being rotated th...
 4.4.103: An arm with a stagnation tube on the end is rotated at I 00 rad/s i...
 4.4.104: AUtube is rotated at 50 rev/min about one leg. "!he fluid .at the ...
 4.4.105: A manometer IS rotated around one leg, as shown. :he difference in ...
 4.4.106: A fuel tank for a rocket in space under a zerog environment is rot...
 4.4.107: Water stands in these tubes as shown when no rotation occurs. Deriv...
 4.4.108: Water (p = 1000 kg/m3 ) fills a slender tube 1 em in diameter, 40 e...
 4.4.109: Water (p = 1000 kglrn3 ) stands in the closedend Utube as shown w...
 4.4.111: A closed cylindrical tank of water (p = 1000 kg/m3 ) is rotated abo...
 4.4.112: The tank shown is 4 ft in diameter and I 2 ft long and is closed an...
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