 8.8.1: Find the primary dimensions of density p, viscosity f.L, and pressu...
 8.8.2: According to the Buckingham 11 theorem, if there arc six dimensiona...
 8.8.3: Explain what is meant by dimensional homogeneity.
 8.8.4: Determine which of the following equations are dimensionally homoge...
 8.8.5: Determine the dimensions of the following variables and combination...
 8.8.6: It takes a certain length of time for the liquid level in a tank of...
 8.8.7: The maximum rise of a liquid in a small capillary tube is a functio...
 8.8.8: For very low velocities it is known that the drag force Fa of a sma...
 8.8.9: Observations show that the side thrust F, for a rough spinning ball...
 8.8.11: A flowmetering device, called a vortex meter, consists of a square...
 8.8.12: It is known that the pressure developed by a centrifugal pump, t:.....
 8.8.13: The force on a satellite in the earth's upper atmosphere depends on...
 8.8.14: A general study is to be made of the height of rise of liquid in a ...
 8.8.15: An engineer is using an experiment to characterize the power P cons...
 8.8.16: By dimensional analysis, determine the 71'groups for the change in...
 8.8.17: A solid particle falls through a viscous fluid. The falling velocit...
 8.8.18: An experimental test program is being set up to calibrate a new flo...
 8.8.19: A torpedolike device is being designed to travel j ust below the w...
 8.8.21: Flow situations in biofluid mechanics involve the flow through tube...
 8.8.22: The rise velocity Vb of a bubble with diameter Din a liquid of dens...
 8.8.23: The discharge of a centrifugal pump is a function of the rotational...
 8.8.24: Drag tests show that the drag of a square plate placed normal to th...
 8.8.25: Using Wikipedia, read about the Womersley number (ex) and answer th...
 8.8.26: The Womersley number (ex) is a 'ITgroup given by the ratio of [pul...
 8.8.27: For each item below, which 'ITgroup (Re, We, M, or Fr) would best ...
 8.8.28: What is meant by geometric similitude?
 8.8.29: Many automobile companies advertise products with low drag for impr...
 8.8.31: One of the largest wind tunnels in the United States is the NASA fa...
 8.8.32: The hydrodynamic drag on a sailboat is very important to the perfor...
 8.8.33: The drag on a submarine moving below the free surface is to be dete...
 8.8.34: Water with a kinematic viscosity of 10 6 m2 /s flows through a 4 e...
 8.8.35: Oil with a kinematic viscosity of 4 X 10 6 m2 /s flows through a s...
 8.8.36: A large venturi meter is calibrated by means of a 1/ 10 scale model...
 8.8.37: A 1/5 scale model of an experimental deep sea submersible that will...
 8.8.38: A spherical balloon that is to be used in air at 60F and atmospheri...
 8.8.39: An engineer needs a value of lift force for an airplane that has a ...
 8.8.41: The Airbus A380300 has a wing span of 79.8 m. The cruise altitude ...
 8.8.42: The Boeing 7873 Drearnliner has a wing span of 52 m.lt flies at a ...
 8.8.43: Flow in a given pipe is to be tested with air and then with water. ...
 8.8.44: A smooth pipe designed to carry crude oil (D = 47 in., p = 1.75 slu...
 8.8.45: A student is competing in a contest to design a radiocontrolled bl...
 8.8.46: Colonization of the moon will require an improved understanding of ...
 8.8.47: A drying tower at an industrial site is 10m in diameter. The air in...
 8.8.48: A flow meter to be used in a 40 em pipeline carrying oil (v = 10 5...
 8.8.49: Water at l0C flowing through a rough pipe 10 em in diameter is to b...
 8.8.51: An experiment is being designed to measure aerodynamic forces on a ...
 8.8.52: A 60 em valve is designed for control of flow in a petroleum pipeli...
 8.8.53: The moment acting on a submarine rudder is studied by a 1/40 scale ...
 8.8.54: A model hydrofoil is tested in a water tunnel. For a given angle of...
 8.8.55: A 1/10 scale model of an automobile is tested in a pressurized wind...
 8.8.56: If the tunnel in Pro b. 8.55 were to operate at atmospheric pressur...
 8.8.57: Experimental studies have shown that the condition for breakup of a...
 8.8.58: Water is sprayed from a nozzle at 30 m/s into air at atmospheric pr...
 8.8.59: Determine the relationship between the kinematic viscosity ratio vm...
 8.8.61: The scale ratio between a model dam and its prototype is 1/25. In t...
 8.8.62: A seaplane model is built at a 1/6 scale. To simulate takeoff condi...
 8.8.63: If the scale ratio between a model spillway and its prototype is 1/...
 8.8.64: The depth and velocity at a point in a river are measured to be 20f...
 8.8.65: A 1/40 scale model of a spillway is tested in a laboratory. If the ...
 8.8.66: Flow around a bridge pier is studied using a model at 1/12 scale. W...
 8.8.67: A 1/25 scale model of a spillway is tested. The discharge in the mo...
 8.8.68: A tidal estuary is to be modeled at 1/600 scale. In the actual estu...
 8.8.69: The maximum wave force on a 1/36 model seawall was found to be 80 N...
 8.8.71: A newly designed dam is to be modeled in the laboratory. The prime ...
 8.8.72: A ship model4 ft long is tested in a towing tank at a speed that wi...
 8.8.73: The wave resistance of a model of a ship at 1/25 scale is 2 lbf at ...
 8.8.74: A 1/20 scale model building that is rectangular in plan view and is...
 8.8.75: A model of a highrise office building at 1/550 scale is tested in ...
 8.8.76: Experiments were carried out in a water tunnel and a wind tunnel to...
 8.8.77: Experiments are performed to measure the pressure drop in a pipe wi...
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