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Introduction: Conservation Principle

** Derivation by Control Volume
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Convective Terms

Forcing Terms

Solving the Equations

Guided Example Problem

Interactive Example Problem

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Control Volume .

Derivation of Convective Terms .

Derivation of Convective Terms .

Derivation of Convective Terms .

Derivation of Forcing Terms .

Control Volume .

Derivation of Forcing Terms: Gravity .

Derivation of Forcing Terms: Gravity .

Derivation of Forcing Terms: Gravity .

Derivation of Forcing Terms: Pressure .

Derivation of Forcing Terms: Pressure .

Derivation of Forcing Terms: Viscosity .

which is has one force couple per direction.Derivation of Forcing Terms: Viscosity Unlike pressure. shear stress has three force couples in each direction .

Derivation of Forcing Terms: Viscosity .

Derivation of Forcing Terms: Viscosity .

Derivation of Forcing Terms: Viscosity .

Derivation of Forcing Terms: Viscosity .

Derivation .

Solving the Equations How the fluid moves is determined by the initial and boundary conditions. the N-S equations may be coupled to the First Law of Thermodynamics (conservation of energy) . and they drop out In addition to the constraints. some terms may be considered to be negligible or zero. If heat transfer is occuring. the continuity equation (conservation of mass) is frequently required as well. the equations remain the same Depending on the problem.

Solving the Equations Solving the equations is very difficult except for simple problems. Mathematicians have yet to prove general solutions exist. and is considered the sixth most important unsolved problem in all of math! .

the phenomenon of turbulence.Solving the Equations In addition. caused by the convective terms. We know more about quantum particles and supernova than we do about the swirling of creamer in a steaming cup of coffee! . is considered the last unsolved problem of classical mechanics.

Example Problems: Couette Flow Set up the equations and boundary conditions to solve for the following problem at steady state and fully developed: .

Example Problems: Couette Flow .

Example Problems: Couette Flow .

Example Problems: Couette Flow .

Example Problems: Couette Flow .

Example Problems: Couette Flow .

Example Problems: Couette Flow Based on the simplified N-S equations. what physical phenomenon is responsible for the velocity profile? .

but without the moving wall and with a pump providing a pressure gradient dP/dx .Example Problems: Poiseuille Flow Consider the last problem.

Example Problems: Couette Flow .

Example Problems: Couette Flow .

pressure is driving the flow .Example Problems: Poiseuille Flow Now in addition to the viscosity forces.

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