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**Instructor: Professor F. Ladeinde
**

Midterm

Take Home: Due March 29, 2012 - In Class

Please Work Independently

Name:—————————————————————————

Instructions

1. Answer the questions below pertaining to the following momentum equations governing the ‡ow of a

‡uid in a rotating coordinate frame:

0u

0t

+u ru +(r) + 2u +

0

0t

r =

1

j

rj +r j(ru + (ru)

) +g,

where u is the vector of velocity as observed in the rotating frame, t is time, is the vector of the

angular velocity of rotation, r is the position vector, j is pressure, j is the absolute molecular viscosity

of the ‡uid, g is the gravity vector, and an asterisk on a tensor implies the transpose of the tensor:

a) Derive the equations from …rst principles or the elemental control volume approach. (This carries

50% of the points for Qu. 1)

b) Write this equation in Cartesian tensor form

c) Non-dimensionalize this equation using suitable scales and assuming a Boussinesq free-convection

condition

d) Derive the analytical solution of the hydrostatic limit of the equations, and discuss its signi…cance.

2. Derive an equation for the energy rate

Z

V

0

0t

(

1

2

j juj

2

d\

of the ‡ow in Qu. 1 above, where \ is the volume of the 3D domain containing the ‡uid, and determine

the conditions, in terms of some suitable parameters, under which the energy of the system is bounded.

3. Consider the equation

r

)

"

n

+ )

0

n

+ `

2

n

r

(1 r

2

))

n

= 0,

with

)

n

(0) = 0, )

n

(1) = 1,

that arises from "separation of variables" of the Graetz problem (page 121 of text). Use the series

solution method of solving ODEs to solve this equation. Please write the solution in terms of known el-

ementary functions (such as the trigonometric, Bessels, Legendre, etc.), rather than as a series "running

all over the paper."

4. Consider a ‡uid ‡ow in which numerous …ne solid particles are suspended. The resulting suspension

could be assumed to be homogeneous in terms of the viscosity. If we further assume that the particle

dimension is very small compared to characteristic lengths of the ‡ow problem and the concentration

of the suspended particles is also small, estimate the e¤ective viscosity j of the homogenous problem

in terms of the viscosity of the pure ‡uid. Please state your assumptions very clearly.

1

5. Consider the ‡ow of a viscous ‡uid in a cylinder of elliptic cross sections, with the long and short

semi-axis lengths being a and /, respectively. The Cartesian form of the relevant ‡ow equation can be

written as

0

2

n

0j

2

+

0

2

n

0.

2

=

1

j

dj

dr

,

using the same notations as in class. By expressing this equation in elliptic coordinates, and proceeding

as we did in class for circular cross sections, explicitly derive the velocity pro…le n(j, .) for the ‡ow

inside the elliptic conduit. (You should assume similar boundary conditions as we did for the circular

cross section problem.) Find the ratio o /,a which gives the maximum ‡ow rate for a given ‡ow

area and a given pressure gradient. For a given pressure gradient, …nd the ratio of the discharge for

an elliptic pipe to that of a circular pipe having the same ‡ow area. Evaluate this ratio for o = 7,8.

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