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This section contains a set of Review Problems for each chapter. The problems for any chap-ter can be obtained by clicking on the desired chapter number below. In the problem state-ments,the phrases within parentheses refer to the main topics to be used in solving the prob-lems. The answer to each problem accompanies the problem statement. A complete,detailedsolution to each problem can be obtained by clicking on the answer for that problem.

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eview Problems

Review Problems for Chapter 1

Click on the answers of the review problems to go to the de-tailed solutions.

1.1R (Dimensions)

During a study of a certain flow sys-tem the following equation relating the pressures and attwo points was developed:In this equation

V

is a velocity,the distance between the twopoints,

D

a diameter,

g

the acceleration of gravity,and

f

a di-mensionless coefficient. Is the equation dimensionally consistent?

(ANS:No)1.2R (Dimensions)

If

V

is a velocity,a length,aweight,and a fluid property having dimensions of de-termine the dimensions of:

(a)(b)(c)

and

(d)(ANS:

1.3R (Units)

(a)

465 W,

(b)

92.1 J,

386 kg

m

2

.85.9 mm

3

,536 N

m

2

,

V

/

2

m

w

.

V

m

/

,

w

m

/

,

V

/

w

m

,

FL

2

T

,

m

w

//

p

2

p

1

f

/

V Dg p

2

p

1

1.4R (Units)

A person weighs 165 lb at the earth’s surface.Determine the person’s mass in slugs,kilograms,and pounds mass.

(ANS:5.12 slugs; 74.8 kg; 165 lbm)1.5R (Specific gravity)

Make use of Fig. 1.1to determinethe specific gravity of water at 22 and What is the spe-cific volume of water at these two temperatures?

1.6R (Specific weight)

A 1-ft-diameter cylindrical tank thatis 5 ft long weighs 125 lb and is filled with a liquid having aspecific weight of Determine the vertical force re-quired to give the tank an upward acceleration of

(ANS:509 lb up)1.7R (Ideal gas law)

Calculate the density and specificweight of air at a gage pressure of 100 psi and a temperatureof Assume standard atmospheric pressure.

(ANS:)1.8R (Ideal gas law)

A large dirigible having a volume of contains helium under standard atmospheric condi-tions

1

abs

2

andDetermine the density and total weight of the helium.

temperature

15 °C

4

.

3

pressure

101 kPa90,000 m

3

100 °F.9 ft

s

2

.69.6 lb

ft

3

.

89 °C.

1.9R (Viscosity)

A Newtonian fluid having a specific grav-ity of 0.92 and a kinematic viscosity of flowspast a fixed surface. The velocity profile near the surface isshown inFig. P1.9R.Determine the magnitude and directionof the shearing stress developed on the plate. Express your an-swer in terms of

U

and with

U

and expressed in units of meters per second and meters,respectively.

dd

,4

10

4

m

2

slocity of inside a fixed outer cylinder that has a diam-eter of 50.2 mm. The gap between the cylinders is filled withSAE 10 oil at The length of the inner cylinder is 200mm. Neglect bottom effects and assume the velocity distribu-tion in the gap is linear. If the temperature of the oil increasesto what will be the percentage change in the torque?

(ANS:0.589 Nm; 92.0 percent)1.12R (Bulk modulus)

Estimate the increase in pressure

1

in psi

2

required to decrease a unit volume of mercury by 0.1%.

(ANS:)1.13R (Bulk modulus)

What is the isothermal bulk mod-ulus of nitrogen at a temperature of and an absolutepressure of

(ANS:)1.14R (Speed of sound)

Compare the speed of sound inmercury and oxygen at

(ANS:)1.15R (Vapor pressure)

At a certain altitude it was foundthat water boils at What is the atmospheric pressure atthis altitude?

90 °C.

20 °C.

5600 lb

ft

2

?90° F

80 °C,20 °C.30 rad

s

R-2

I

Review Problems

δ δ

Fixedsurface

u

–

U

= sin

(

uU y

)

–

2

y

–

π

I

FIGURE P1.9R

MercuryGlycerinWaterSAE 30 Oil0.1 m0.1 m0.1 m0.1 m

h

I

FIGURE P2.4R

6 mm3 mm= 0.01 N

•

s/m

2

= 0.02 N

•

s/m

2

µ µ

Fixed plateFixed plate4 m/s

I

FIGURE P1.10R

1.10R (Viscosity)

A large movable plate is located betweentwo large fixed plates as shown inFig. P1.10R.Two Newton-ian fluids having the viscosities indicated are contained betweenthe plates. Determine the magnitude and direction of the shear-ing stresses that act on the fixed walls when the moving platehas a velocity of as shown. Assume that the velocity dis-tribution between the plates is linear.

(ANS:in direction of moving plate)1.11R (Viscosity)

Determine the torque required to rotatea 50-mm-diameter vertical cylinder at a constant angular ve-

4 m

s

Review Problems for Chapter 2

Click on the answers of the review problems to go to the de-tailed solutions.

2.1R (Pressure head)

Compare the column heights of wa-ter,carbon tetrachloride,and mercury corresponding to a pres-sure of 50 kPa. Express your answer in meters.

(ANS:5.10 m; 3.21 m; 0.376 m)2.2R (Pressure-depth relationship)

A closed tank is par-tially filled with glycerin. If the air pressure in the tank isand the depth of glycerin is 10 ft,what is the pressurein at the bottom of the tank?

(ANS:)2.3R (Gage-absolute pressure)

On the inlet side of a pumpa Bourdon pressure gage reads vacuum. What is thecorresponding absolute pressure if the local atmospheric pres-sure is 14.7 psia?

(ANS:10.5 psia)2.4R (Manometer)

A tank is constructed of a series of cylinders having diameters of 0.30,0.25,and 0.15 m as showninFig. P2.4R.The tank contains oil,water,and glycerin and amercury manometer is attached to the bottom as illustrated. Cal-culate the manometer reading,

h

.

600 lb

ft

2

lb

ft

2

6 lb

in.

2

2.5R (Manometer)

A mercury manometer is used to mea-sure the pressure difference in the two pipelines of Fig. P2.5R.Fuel oil is flowing in

A

and SAE30 lube oil is flowing in

B

. Anair pocket has become entrapped in the lube oil as indicated.Determine the pressure in pipe

B

if the pressure in

A

is 15.3psi.

1

specific weight

57.0 lb

ft

3

2 1

specific weight

53.0 lb

ft

3

2

2.9R (Center of pressure)

A 3-ft-diameter circular plateis located in the vertical side of an open tank containing gaso-line. The resultant force that the gasoline exerts on the plateacts 3.1 in. below the centroid of the plate. What is the depthof the liquid above the centroid?

(ANS:2.18 ft)2.10R (Force on plane surface)

A gate having the trian-gular shape shown inFig. P2.10Ris located in the vertical sideof an open tank. The gate is hinged about the horizontal axis

AB

. The force of the water on the gate creates a moment withrespect to the axis

AB

. Determine the magnitude of thismoment.

Review Problems for Chapter 2

I

R-3

Fuel oilMercurySAE 30 oilAir bubble3 in.18 in.6 in.7 in.5 in.

B A

I

FIGURE P2.5R

SG

= 0.7

SG

= 1.0

A

θ

1 0 f t

Air

B

1ft1ft

I

FIGURE P2.6R

EthylAlcoholAir2 m2 m4 m4 m

I

FIGURE P2.8R

WaterGate

B A

Verticalwall7 m7 m6 m8 m6 m

I

FIGURE P2.10R

432.0 m2.0 mWaterHinge

C D

I

FIGURE P2.11R

2.6R (Manometer)

Determine the angle of the inclinedtube shown inFig. P2.6Rif the pressure at

A

is 1 psi greaterthan that at

B

.

u

2.7R (Force on plane surface)

A swimming pool is 18 mlong and 7 m wide. Determine the magnitude and location of the resultant force of the water on the vertical end of the poolwhere the depth is 2.5 m.

(ANS:214 kN on centerline,1.67 m below surface)2.8R (Force on plane surface)

The vertical cross sectionof a 7-m-long closed storage tank is shown inFig. P2.8R.Thetank contains ethyl alcohol and the air pressure is 40 kPa. De-termine the magnitude of the resultant fluid force acting on oneend of the tank.

(ANS:847 kN)2.11R (Force on plane surface)

The rectangular gate

CD

of Fig. P2.11Ris 1.8 m wide and 2.0 m long. Assuming thematerial of the gate to be homogeneous and neglecting fric-tion at the hinge

C

,determine the weight of the gate neces-sary to keep it shut until the water level rises to 2.0 m abovethe hinge.

(ANS:180 kN)2.12R (Force on curved surface)

A gate in the form of apartial cylindrical surface

1

called a

Tainter gate

2

holds back wa-ter on top of a dam as shown inFig. P2.12R.The radius of thesurface is 22 ft,and its length is 36 ft. The gate can pivot aboutpoint

A

,and the pivot point is 10 ft above the seat,

C

. Deter-

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