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Prepared by E.M. Gates Department of Mechanical Engineering California State Polytechnic University
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FLUID MECHANICS
Fluid Properties Fluid Statics A. Pressure distribution in a fluid at rest B. Manometers c. Forces on plane surfaces D. Forces on curved surfaces E. Buoyancy
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III. Fluid Dynamics A. Continuity B. Bernoulli's Equation c. Momentum D. Energy Equation IV. Flow in Pipes
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Specific weight (y) y = weight per unit volume = pg [N/m3] c. Fluid Properties A. D.OQ:D Po.. ~y ~ = p u/oly ". Pressure difference across a curved interface of radius R: ~p = 2aIR [a] =N/m • 3 .(' =: Pref = 1000 kg/m'.. 'oQ. I. Specific Gravity (SG) SG = p/ Pref For liquids. Pressure (p) \CO. • p = force per unit area [N/m2 or Pa. / absolute viscosity (J.c. Surface Tension. . Viscosity dy~~: ~ 1c. Density (p) p = mass/unit volume [kg/nr'] B."t_s'T' oc.!) [Nss/rrr' or Pas or kg/ms] kinematic viscosity (v) = u/p [mvs] F. cr. usually given in kPa] gage pressure = pressure relative to local atmospheric pressure absolute pressure = pressure relative to a vacuum E.
006 ._.25 V 3. == IJ e. @) temperature_J(c) pressure (d) velocity (e) surface An oil has a kinematic viscosity of 0.156 N/m.125 (d) 1.OOOtzs) = •\ If 6 m3 of oil weighs 47 kN. what is the internal bubble pressure? (a) 52Pa ~C) 26palCd) ~ 104P~Ce) 78Pa A? ::Z> r¥c R. .80. SG = 798/1000 = 0.08 I(b) 0.] ~ . density and specific gravity. The absolute viscosity of a fluid is primarily a fimction of (a) ?ensity tension 2. • 4. y = 47/6 = 7.000125 ro2/s and a specific gravity of 0.\56> :0 l 2: . Ans._    • QUESTIONS 1. I\o~ ~. lTe = (~oo)(..1~ (c) 0.. fmd its specific weight.C!)II~ • 4 .798.. fA.0 '1(.t's \. What is its dynamic viscosity in kg/ms? (a) 0.83 kN/m3 p = 7830 N/m3 • = ylg = 7830/9. A soap bubble has a diameter of 12 mm and the surface has a tension coefficient of 0. . . If the external pressure is 0 Pa gage.0 (e) 1.81 = 798 kg/rrr'.
80. If 6 nr' of oil weighs 47 kN.156 N/m. An oil has a kinematic viscosity of 0. If the external pressure is 0 Pa gage.08 (b) 0.125 (d) 1.000125 m2/s and a specific gravity of 0.25 3. What is its dynamic viscosity in kg/ms? (a) 0.10 (c) 0.81 = 798 kg/nr'. Ans.83 kN/m3 = 7830 N/m3 p = ylg = 7830/9. SG = 798/1000 • = 0. A soap bubble has a diameter of 6 mm and the surface has a tension coefficient of 0. • 4.52 Pa (c) 26 Pa (d) 104 Pa (e) 78 Pa • 4 . density and specific gravity.• QUESTIONS 10 The absolute viscosity of a fluid is primarily a function of (a) density tension (b) temperature (c) pressure (d) velocity (e) surface 2. find its specific weight.0 (e) 1. y = 47/6 = 7. what is the internal bubble pressure? (a) 52 Pa (b) .798.
~ is: (a) Lp~ (b) pVL2/Jl (c) p~V2/L (d) JlLV2/p Ee) pVL/Jl}= kg2/m4 Re [pVL/J. c = 0. [LpJLIV] = m*(kglm3)*(Ns/m2)/(m/s) [pVL2/J.. how far will water rise in a 10 mm diameter glass tube in millimeters? (a) 1 (b) §)d) 2 4 . p and viscosity. fluid density. V. ~ ._ . body size.l] = (kglm3)*(mls)*m/(Ns/m2) 6.lLV2/p] = (Ns/m2)*m*(mlsf/(kglm3) =1 = N2_s/m5 = mSls3 ANSWER IS (e) =m If water at 30°C has a surface tension.l] = (kglm3)*(mls)*m2/(Ns/m2) [pJlV2JL] = (kglm3)*(Ns/m2)*(mls?lm [J. • • 5 . The only possible dimensionless group which combines velocity. 5. L.073 N/m and the contact angle at a waterairglass interface is zero.
Manometers Forces on Plane Surfaces Forces on Curved Surfaces Buoyancy • 6 . 2. z y x ~p = y~z (*) • if Yis constant then between any two locations in the fluid 1 and 2 APPLICATIONS 1. 3. 4." • II Fluid Statics A. Pressure variation in a fluid at rest.
Manometers With equation (*) we can measure fluid pressures and differences in pressures with columns of liquid. Guide to dealing with manometers: pressures are the same at the same elevation in the same fluid. i) B. • ii) start at one end of the manometer and calculate changes in pressure using equation (*) until you get to the other end. ~~~~~~~~ . • 7 .
SGHg = 13. 0\ h= 730 mm Hg Patm = 0 + 13.6* 1000*9.15) 9.l 5) ~ ~R ~A.~\(..64 Mercury • ~ PI..400 Pa . A barometer is a manometer used to measure atmospheric pressure.81 kN/m3• Yoil = 8. • 2.6.3 +. + ~~~IS~ . determine the atmospheric pressure.73 Pa Patm = 97.81 *0.~5) t9: 1"~~(.:s) 'toil (.p~ .) . Find the pressure difference between A and B."3.. 3 kN/m .5 kP~ 8 .6'i)(.~.• QUESTIONS: 1. YHg = 133 kN/m\ Y water = 9. For the case shown.~ . ~t\~(.
c.. free surface sz . Hydrostatic force on a submerged planar surface. area about the centroidal xaxis . I is the second moment of 9 .} Hydrostatic Force ~\O""'~ centroid of area • center of pressure Hydrostatic force is perpendicular to the planar surface and: magnitude = pressure at the centroid of the planar area times the area line of action passes through the "center of pressure" which is located a vertical distance of • below the centroid of the planar area.' l("e~.
2. A tank of oil (S.• QUESTION 1.G.82) has dimensions 5 m wide by 10 m long by 8 m deep. It = 12"10 kN A 3 m wide gate OAB is hinged at 0 and rests against a rigid support atB. what is the hydrostatic force on the 5 m by 8 m wall? fra) 1290 kN l(b) 2580 kN (c) 1575 kN (d) 3150 kN '1 ""c':"\" t ~~ 5". k3 10 . • (a) What is the hydrostatic force acting on the horizontal portion of the gate BA? f" ~ pc A :: ¥~~c:A:: (q·~V(~~~)(z ~3) • ~ l= = ~\'2.. If the tank is full. = 0.
~l1 sJ[4x ~1 A L \ F:: 5~" It. (b) What is the hydrostatic force acting on the vertical portion of the gate AO? r : ~~:: 01: ~r.27x5CC9 ~ '11'2)( \ :: p~~ .""(~o·) [51['1)(~1 [ t.2.A 19....7..l" D.] What force P is required to hold the gate closed? L M~0 =) 2 .> p ~~:S7 k NJ 1  • 11 .N J :! (c) Where does the force calculated in part (b) act on the vertical portion of the gate AO? 8~ (d) ~~:: ""~ = l~~' r hc....A ~e 3 ·~'1..
.'i: / ...k:.JQ.1 I • ~' i~ ~i '.. 1. Determine the magnitude of the horizontal and vertical components of the force of the water on the gate. '"e othe. • ~I· .tvfiif1y ~G\.• D. _. Hydrostatic forces on curved surfaces.\e<. ~ tlt~ 12 . The line of action of the force is through the centroid of the volume of the fluid. QUESTION A 3 m long curved gate is located in the side of a reservoir containing water. The vertical component of the hydrostatic force on a curved surface equals the weight of the fluid above the curved surface between the curved surface and the free surface. by (I) ov\ s. l=:.i So v.\\e.. The horizontal component of the hydrostatic force on a curved surface equals the hydrostatic force acting on the projection of the curved surface onto a vertical plane.ole....
Buoyancy The fluid exerts a buoyant force on the body equal in magnitude to the weight of the displaced fluid and acts through the centroid of the displaced volume.07kN • 13 . Yoil = 8.96 kN/m3•  OIL 0.81 + [0.15*0.15 m thick oil layer.96 =4.75]*8.~ ~.6*0.75]*9.75*0.15 m • = WATER 0. Determine the weight of the cube.~ ~~~~ • E.75*0.60m Weight of cube = Weight of displaced fluid [0. QUESTION A solid cube floats in water with a 0.
• 14 . B. C. ~/:~\_j x . One dimensional._I  II~~ 2 ~ \ Elosses E in E out Fluid motion is described by: • A. Consider a control volume with one inlet and one exit. steady.• III. Conservation of Mass or Continuity If the density is constant. y 1 . incompressible fluid dynamics. D. Conservation of Mass Bernoulli's Equation Energy Equation Momentum Equation A.
p 1 T. p v = P2 *A2* V = (?2* Tl~*l PIA 1 2 \. Determine the average air velocity at section 1.1 mls 690 252 • 15 . Air flows steadily between two cross sections in a long straight section of a 0.25 mID pipe.) = pRT. • ~ ~ 690 kPa 300 K d :0 ~ • 127 kPa 252K 320 m/s Solution: • Assuming ideal gas behaviour.• QUESTIONS 1. then: 1 v 2 = 127 * 300*320 =70.
~'L: ~'K5')(~~(11.i ~'t:.85 ~..._...\ 16 . to %.91 kg/rrr' and the ambient pressure is 70 kPa.7'l....• B. What is the pressure difference between points I and 2? Kerosene. k~Q..85) flows through a Venturi meter with a flow rate of 0. ~ ~+ _L P. e _.stagnation poin~ on the nose of the airplane? _. . sa = 0. e t_l\I.. = 71.~OOO~ ~ . 9 G"':)z. ' ~ iJ. What is the pressure at the .&.&. • \~t. Bernoulli's Equation For a steady constant density flow with negligible friction we have between any two points in the flow on the same streamline: QUESTION 1.. p • 2. .4 k Po.A Cvo  ..050 m3/s.] Kerosene(SG = 0.!''1'J He..~ z. An airplanes flies at 200 kph at an elevation of 3000 m where the air mass density is 0.Rt + .
+ pg 2g = n1 V2 21] + Ein .. • OR 17 . if Ein is provided by a pump mgh.. where hLis the pressure decrease through the control volume due to frictional losses expressed as the height of a column of the flowing liquid.. = the pressure rise across the pump expressed as the height of a column of the liquid being pumped....!. is the pressure decrease across the turbine expressed as the height of a column of liquid being pumped..J:.J. + . where h. v2 Elosses if Eout is a turbine = where h.l. Co Energy Equation rate at which energy enters = rate at which energy leaves rate at which energy enters = mg[. the rate at which energy = mgh. rate at which energy leaves = • P I11g[ 2.. + 22 + Z2] + Eout + pg g mgh.
~ ~ \9. The loss between sections 1 and 2 is equal to 3.: zc: kw n. 11 5• ~ "is ""__..68)( lC(!1:))o. VI '2. 1) ~ \'5 .. 29.~1. \c:5] • 18 . ~ 25 ~ : ZO kL.l) 'l.'8C>]l\1i .p~ ~ \ A.68) flows through a pump at 0.~...~'l ~ ~~ f ~ 2. .9.0 kW "'2.::__ • ~l  t I ~ '::. Gasoline (SG = 0. Pr..• 2.(q~l) hf:: ~p.S K .12 m3/s D2 = 0. _ ~.. What will the difference in pressures between sections 1 and 2 be if 20 kW is delivered by the pump 10 the fluid? Q = 0...8 \ 't. e(" ~~:.....6 m.r. 1..t W4?: ..  . \I "2.12 m3/s.2 m I 3m VI = • I 2_ n ~(.
) • 19 .2 • kg/nr' > ~ .~ r \_ o '. What is the force exerted on the plate by the jet? Pwater = 998. c. Momentum Equation F. QUESTION A jet of water issues from a nozzle at a speed of 6 mls and strikes a stationary flat plate oriented normal to the jet. = m(V2x  V1J where F x and Fy are the components of the resultant external force acting 01\ the control volume and v x and Vy are the components of the fluid velocity..1 1 I " I . ..'(~ v.. . The exit area of the nozzle is 645 mrrr'..
l = VD/v Re>2300 = 4QhtDv. Minor losses in turbulent flow: where C is the loss coefficient for the particular firting( value given. = p VD/J.. Hydraulic gradient line = 4 x flow = pi pg + z + z + V2/2g • Energy gradient line = p/pg 20 . turbulent Major losses: • laminar flow: f = 64IRe turbulent flow: f=f(Re. e/D) where e/D is the relative pipe roughness fis determined from the Moody diagram page 43..• IV Applications A. a few available on page 39) Noncircular crosssection use hydraulic diameter area/wetted perimenter. Flow in Pipes Reynolds Number (Re) Re < 2300 laminar.
....15 0..02 ...1'11'110 .f.99.04 0.10 0.000005 e. I" .. " . rv.1'110 0.... nnR 10) 2 :3 :5 10· 2 :3 :5 105 2 :3 5 106 2 :3 5 I .""' ~ r<. ~ r" ~~ .0..7 2 :3 5 I o8 0.0 6 [\ 0.. nn. "'" . r r""'" ""'" ".008 • 0.... (It) Riveted steel Concrete Cast iron Galvanized iron Cammercial steel or wrogntiron Drawn tubing 0. "' 11'1... .100. 10.. Re • .0002 :. " I' rr..OOZ ~~ '. I. ~ t5 a: LL 0... ~ r.6 0...0 0..0 8 0.0 5 \ .3 \ .0 3 z o l'.05 0. 'D II o.015 .._ "i'~ r. r. • MOODY (STANTON) DIAGRAM e....01 0...0 0...0000 REYNOLDS NUMBER. " """"~t "" .::..0010. r • ~n(''1 0...0 2 ..~ 'f"': 0.0 4 1\ ~ ..0000 o 5 o. i. 0.33.: to.... o.009 O.0015 0. 0. 010 ~.03 0..1. f'. ~ I'..0004 ..25 0. : ''%. t0~ .. ~ ~ I' .04...... ~ I I~~~~! : I.~ 1""1...1'" .....0 15 ISMOOTH PIPE :5: ~ i. ~ I"&i .004 O.~ b~ 0.0030.z \ T JRRIII ~"Ii t.0 9 0. ~ I c.."'" ~~ r..0 7 I' 10. ..• Reprinted by permission of ASHRAE. \..00085 0_0005 0_00015 0.(mm) 0.
constant diameter pipe with no pump or turbine the energy equation reduces to: with: Step 1.Energy equation for pipe flow is normally written on a per unit weight flow rate.00125 21 .2/1.003 x 106 = 339.000 :.7*0. that is. Pj/pg + V//2g + z. e = • e/D = 0. determine the Reynolds number of the flow: Re = VD/v = 1. turbulent 0. + h. (p = 998. Water at 200e is flowing in a 0.2 m diameter cast iron pipe with an average velocity of 1.7 mls.2 kg/rrr'. we divide the energy equation by mg.25 nun Step 2. + hL QUESTIONS 1.000001003 m2/s) Solution: • for a level. v = 0.00025/0. Determine the pressure drop per 100 meters of pipe.2 = 0. = P/pg + V//2g + ~ + h. determine the relative roughness: from page 43.
determine pressure drop: PI .1 kPa • • 22 .i 2 = 15. determine f from Moody diagram f= 0.021 Step 4.Step 3.P2 = 998.021 * (b~~)* l.2*0.
\. Water at 20°C is being pumped from a lower reservoir to an upper reservoir through 16 em diameter commercial steel pipe(f= 0. I) 1. x l \ rf> ] _ . v = 0.2 m3/s. The minor loss coefficients are: sharpedged entrance..2 kg/rrr'.75 sudden exit into reservoir.0 (p = 998. '» (002/1'"(0"<)\(0)') . C = 0.• 2.000001003 m2/s) 25m 20m wrought iron pipe Water 2Q'>C • (a) Determine the Reynolds number of the flow Re' v D . C = 0.0155).00~ :: . C = 1... • 23 .10' (b) Determine the major head loss in the pipe circuit . . The flowrate is 0..5 90° elbow.
~  . .. \J. e .'2.<a )(65) I I~" 18 Z lJ 1 k ·7 • 24 ...~ .~ ....~ \ I. Ihp ~ 6S ~ Z5+Z4.• (c) Determine the minor head loss in the pipe circuit (d) Determine the required head rise across the pump and the required pumping power if the pump efficiency is '(0%.. ~2\. • hr" hp= ii¥7 ~ ~=. z (~...'1+\S.. P.._ 0\ ~ + +~ T.0.t) _ \.l. jCQq8. = p~ P?S ~2.6.
•• 3.4 m of water = 1t)¥. 25 .61 m pipe f pump 30m = 0.04 mls :.4 = 0. E(. +~~. 107 m 101 m 610 m 0.020* (o~J~o 81 OR )2*¥.j.107 9.Q = 3.4 m water .30 = 86. Pump Be delivers water to reservoir F and the energy gradient line is shown.04* n*0. = 116. G""eq:~'~ ~ GL...6102/4 (b) 0. L.020 What is the flowrate from the lower reservoir to the upper reservoir? The energy loss between C and D is equal to 116..4 .61 m pipe f A turbine 610 m 0.2 = V = 3.020 • (a) hL = = 0.4 .~ + \"1" \ l.89 m3/s What is the head rise across the pump? • h. OR 9.
'. (c) Determine the power supplied to the pump assuming an efficiency of 100%.2*9.4 + VE2/2g zF=91. ~::eQ P = pgQhp = 998.EGLF losses between E and F = • [101] .4 = 753 kW (d) What is the elevation of the surface of the upper reservoir? EGLE .1m • 26 .[0 + ZF + 0] = 9.81 *0.89*86.
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