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DESIGN

FINAL EXAMINATION

FIRST DIET

1000-1200

APPLIED THERMOFLUIDS

AND

COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS

(ESDM502)

2 HOURS

ONE question from Section A and ONE question from Section B

Electronic Calculator (allowed)

Dictionary (allowed)

Section A

Attempt ONE question

Q.1 (a) i) Describe briefly, in your own words, the basis for the mathematical

formulation of Governing Equations in computational fluid

dynamics (CFD).

[3]

[2]

iii) Discuss the meaning of each of the terms in the equations in part ii)

above.

[7]

Taylor series. Consider the variation of the function y(x) with x:

By the Taylor series, the value of the function at x0 +x in terms of

the value at x0 and the derivatives evaluated at x0 is

x 2 x 3

y ( x0 x ) y ( x0 ) y ( x0 ) x y( x0 ) y ( x0 ) ...

2! 3!

numerically.

[5]

differencing schemes.

[8]

Q.2 (a) i) Describe, in simple terms and with the aid of appropriate sketches,

how the Finite Volume Method is used in CFD codes.

[5]

CFD analysis?

[8]

practical CFD analysis

[7]

ii) What steps would you take to check the results from a CFD

analysis?

[5]

Section B

Attempt ONE question

[3]

1 Ma 2 .dMa

f .dx

( 1) 2m

Ma 3 1 Ma 2

2

applies to the flow of gas through a duct, explain briefly how the Mach

number is affected by flow conditions.

[6]

(c) Air flows through a duct with an initial velocity of 670 m/s. Assuming that

a shock wave is formed at a point in the duct where the pressure and

temperature are 19 kN/m2 and 17 C respectively, determine:

ii) the maximum permissible temperature to produce a shock wave;

iii) the pressure, temperature and Mach number after the shock wave

given that the velocity is 250 m/s.

[16]

Q.4 (a) A Bingham plastic fluid having a density of 940 kg/m3, plastic viscosity

0.16 Ns/m2 and a yield stress of 2.9 N/m2 is to be pumped through a

horizontal pipeline of length 480 m and bore 250 mm. Determine the

pumping power corresponding to a Reynolds number of 1900.

dv yd

Formulae: Re e p

e 6v

[12]

(b) Given that a power law fluid of density 950 kg/m3 obeying the equation

n

dv

k where k = 0.15 Nsn/m2 and n = 1.3, is to be pumped through

dr

the pipeline, determine for laminar flow, the mass flow rate corresponding

to a power of 2 kW.

R 3 w 2

Formula: Q

3 0 f ( ).d

w

[13]

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