 9.9.1: In which case is the flow caused by a pressure gradient? a. Couette...
 9.9.2: The velocity distribution in a Couette flow is linear if the viscos...
 9.9.3: Consider the flow of various fluids between two parallel plates. a....
 9.9.4: The cube shown weighing 110 N and measuring 39 em on a side is allo...
 9.9.5: A board 3 ft by 3 ft that weighs 40 lbf slides down an inclined ram...
 9.9.6: A board 1 m by 1 m that weighs 30 N slides down an inclined ramp wi...
 9.9.7: Uniform, steady flow is occurring between horizontal parallel plate...
 9.9.8: Uniform, steady flow is occurring between horizontal parallel plate...
 9.9.9: Under certain conditions (pressure decreasing in the xdirection, t...
 9.9.11: The velocity distribution that is shown represents lan1inar flow. I...
 9.9.12: The upper plate shown is moving to the right with a velocity V, and...
 9.9.13: A circular horizontal disk with a 27 em diameter has a clearance of...
 9.9.14: A plate 2 mm thick and 1 m wide.(normal to the page) is pulled betw...
 9.9.15: A bearing uses SAE 30 oil with a viscosity of 0.1 N s!m2 The bearin...
 9.9.16: An important application of viscous flow is found in lubrication th...
 9.9.17: Using the equation developed in Prob. 9.16, find the power necessar...
 9.9.18: The analysis developed in Prob. 9.16 applies to a device used to me...
 9.9.19: Two horizontal parallel plates are spaced 0.015 ft apart. The press...
 9.9.21: Glycerine at 20C flows downward between two vertical parallel plate...
 9.9.22: Two vertical parallel plates arc spaced 0.01 ft apart. If the press...
 9.9.23: Two parallel plates are spaced 0.09 in. apart, and motor oil (SAE 3...
 9.9.24: Glycerin at 20C flows downward in the annular region between two cy...
 9.9.25: One type of bearing that can be used to support very large structur...
 9.9.26: Often in liquid lubrication applications there is a heat generated ...
 9.9.27: Gases form good insulating layers. Consider an application in which...
 9.9.28: An engineer is designing a very thin, horizontal channel for coolin...
 9.9.29: Consider the channel designed for electronic cooling in Prob. 9.28....
 9.9.31: Which of the following are features of a laminar boundary layer? (S...
 9.9.32: Assume the wall adjacent to a liquid lan1inar boundary is heated an...
 9.9.33: A thin plate 6 ft long and 3 ft wide is submerged and held stationa...
 9.9.34: What is the ratio of the boundarylayer thickness on a smooth, flat...
 9.9.35: A model airplane has a wing span of 3.1 ft and a chord (leading edg...
 9.9.36: Oil (f.l, = 10 2 N s/ m2 ; p = 900 kg/m3 ) flows past a plate in a...
 9.9.37: A liquid (p = 1000 kg/m3 ; 1.L = 2 X 102 N s/m2 ; v = 2 X 10 5 m2...
 9.9.38: The plate of Prob. 9.37 has a total length of 3m (parallel to the f...
 9.9.39: Oil (v = 104 m2 /s) flows tangentially past a thin plate. If the f...
 9.9.41: A thin plate 0.7 m long and 1.5 m wide is submerged and held statio...
 9.9.42: A flat plate 1.5 m long and 1.0 m wide is towed in water at 20C in ...
 9.9.43: Transition from a laminar to a turbulent boundary layer occurs betw...
 9.9.44: Classify each of the following features into one of two categories:...
 9.9.45: Assume that a turbulent gas boundary layer was adjacent to a cool w...
 9.9.46: An element for sensing local shear stress is positioned in a flat p...
 9.9.47: For the conditions of Pro b. 9.46, what is the shearing resistance ...
 9.9.48: An airplane wing of 2m chord length (leading edge to trailing edge ...
 9.9.49: A turbulent boundary layer exists in the flow of water at 20C over ...
 9.9.51: For the hypothetical boundary layer on the flat plate shown, what i...
 9.9.52: Assume that the velocity profile in a boundary layer is replaced by...
 9.9.53: Because of the reduction of velocity associated with the boundary l...
 9.9.54: Use the expression developed in Prob. 9.52 to find the ratio of the...
 9.9.55: What is the ratio of the skin friction drag of a plate 30m long and...
 9.9.56: Estimate the power required to pull the sign shown if it is towed a...
 9.9.57: A thin plastic panel (3 mm thick) is lowered from a ship to a const...
 9.9.58: The plate shown in the figure is weighted at the bottom so it will ...
 9.9.59: A turbulent boundary layer develops from the leading edge of a flat...
 9.9.61: A flat plate is oriented parallel to a 24 m/s airflow at 20C and at...
 9.9.62: An engineer is designing a horizontal, rectangular conduit that wil...
 9.9.63: A model is being developed for the entrance region between two flat...
 9.9.64: An outboard racing boat "planes" at 70 mph over water at 60F. The p...
 9.9.65: A motor boat pulls a long, smooth, watersoaked log (0.5 m in diame...
 9.9.66: Highspeed passenger trains are streamlined to reduce shear force. ...
 9.9.67: Consider the boundary layer next to the smooth hull of a ship. The ...
 9.9.68: A wind tunnel operates by drawing air through a contraction, passin...
 9.9.69: A ship 600ft long steams at a rate of25 ft/s through still freshwat...
 9.9.71: A supertanker has length, breadth, and draught (fully loaded) dimen...
 9.9.72: A model test is needed to predict the wave drag on a ship. The ship...
 9.9.73: A ship is designed so that it is 250m long, its beam measures 30m, ...
 9.9.74: A hydroplane 3m long skims across a very calm lake (T = 20C) at a s...
 9.9.75: Estimate the power required to overcome the shear force of a water ...
 9.9.76: If the wetted area of an 80 m ship is 1500 m2 , approximately how g...
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