Fluid Mechanics: Fundamentals and Applications - 4th Edition - by Yunus A. Cengel Dr., John M. Cimbala - ISBN 9781259696534

Fluid Mechanics: Fundamentals and Appli...
4th Edition
Yunus A. Cengel Dr., John M. Cimbala
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9781259696534

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Given information: The pressure of the air is 95 kPa, the initial temperature is 20°C, the final...Chapter 2, Problem 77PChapter 2, Problem 85PChapter 2, Problem 87PGiven information: The diameter of glass tube is 0.018 in, the contact angle with the glass is 140°,...Chapter 2, Problem 118PChapter 2, Problem 123PChapter 2, Problem 127PChapter 2, Problem 128PGiven: The shear stress used for the Herschel-Bulkley constitute model is τ=τν+K( du dy)m, Yield...Chapter 2, Problem 132PChapter 3, Problem 1CPChapter 3, Problem 26PChapter 3, Problem 48PChapter 3, Problem 49PChapter 3, Problem 51PChapter 3, Problem 55PChapter 3, Problem 67PChapter 3, Problem 72PChapter 3, Problem 78PChapter 3, Problem 79EPChapter 3, Problem 80PChapter 3, Problem 81PChapter 3, Problem 85PChapter 3, Problem 86PChapter 3, Problem 87PChapter 3, Problem 90PChapter 3, Problem 135PThe radius of the semi-circular gate is 0.5 m, specific gravity of fluid in section 1 is 0.91,...Chapter 3, Problem 146PChapter 4, Problem 1CPChapter 4, Problem 23PGiven information: The flow is symmetric about x axis. 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Here, the distance...Given information: The velocity component along the x direction is...Chapter 4, Problem 120PChapter 4, Problem 121PChapter 5, Problem 1CPChapter 5, Problem 53PChapter 5, Problem 55PChapter 5, Problem 57EPChapter 5, Problem 62PChapter 5, Problem 80PChapter 5, Problem 84PChapter 5, Problem 88PChapter 5, Problem 89PChapter 5, Problem 98PChapter 5, Problem 109PChapter 5, Problem 114PChapter 5, Problem 115PChapter 5, Problem 116PChapter 5, Problem 136PChapter 6, Problem 1CPChapter 6, Problem 23PGiven information: The volume flow rate of the water is 35 L/s, the discharge area for the smaller...Chapter 6, Problem 57PChapter 6, Problem 67PChapter 6, Problem 69PChapter 6, Problem 70PChapter 6, Problem 77PChapter 6, Problem 78PChapter 6, Problem 89PGiven information: The length of the slit is 1.2 m, width of the rectangular slit is 5 mm, water...Chapter 6, Problem 96PChapter 7, Problem 1CPGiven information: The shaft power is W˙, the angular velocity is ω, the fluid density is ρ, the...Chapter 7, Problem 53PChapter 7, Problem 62PChapter 7, Problem 67PThe angular velocity is ω, the fluid density is ρ, the acceleration due to gravity id g, the radius...Chapter 7, Problem 74PGiven information: force pressure gradient =dPdxFlow​ : steady+ ​incomprssible down stream distance...In M-L-T system, force = mass×accelerationF = m × a{F} = {mass × meter sec 2}{F} = {M × L t 2}{F} =...Given Information: Top plate speed, Vtop Bottom plate speed, Vbottom Steady flow, incompressible, 2...Chapter 7, Problem 112PChapter 7, Problem 113PChapter 7, Problem 118PGiven information: The following figure shows that two parallel flat plates. 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Figure-(1) Write the expression for the area of...Chapter 9, Problem 1CPChapter 9, Problem 16PGiven information: The incompressible flow filed for which the velocity u component is u=ax2−bxy,...Given information: The velocity component in θ direction is equal to 0. Write the expression for...Given information: The diameter at the entrance of the nozzle is 0.50 in, the diameter at exit of...Chapter 9, Problem 87PChapter 9, Problem 93PGiven information: The flow is steady, laminar, two-dimensional and incompressible. The flow is...Chapter 9, Problem 101PChapter 9, Problem 102PChapter 9, Problem 103PGiven information: The assumptions made are stated below: The flow is parallel, steady, and laminar....Chapter 9, Problem 123PChapter 10, Problem 1CPGiven information: Actual stokes law is FD=3πμDV+(9π/16)ρV2D2. Three aluminum balls of diameters 2...First, we need to use continuity equation for velocity component. 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Figure-(1) The bottom...Chapter 13, Problem 61PChapter 13, Problem 85PGiven information: Velocity of water flow is 10 m/s, the flow depth is 0.65 m, the bump height is 30...Given Information: The flow depth of upstream weir is 5 ft and the height of the gate opening is 1.1...Given information: The flow depth before the jump is 0.7 m, the flow depth after the jump is 5 m,...Given information: The channel angle is 0.5°. 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