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1. The drag characteristics of a torpedo are to be studied in a water tunnel using a 1:5 scale

model. The tunnel operates with freshwater at 20 0C, whereas the prototype torpedo is to

be used in seawater at 15.6 0C. To correctly simulate the behavior of the prototype

moving with a velocity of 30 m/s, what velocity is required in the water tunnel?

through a wind tunnel test using a geometrically similar 0.4-m-diameter model dish.

Assume standard air for both model and prototype. (a) At what air speed should the

model test be run? (b)With all similarity conditions satisfied, the measured drag on the

model was determined to be 170 N. What is the predicted drag on the prototype dish?

with a frequency of 10/rad s in a 4-in.-diameter pipe. A scale model is to be used to

determine the pressure difference per unit length, pl (at any instant) along the pipe.

Assume that:

where D is the pipe diameter, the frequency, t the time, the fluid viscosity, and the

fluid density. (a) Determine the similarity requirements for the model and the prediction

equation for pl. (b) If the same fluid is used in the model and the prototype, at what

frequency should the model operate?

tunnel operated at an absolute pressure of 1300 kPa. If the prototype is to cruise in

standard air at 385 km/hr, and the corresponding speed of the model is not to differ by

more than 20% from this (so that compressibility effects may be ignored), what range of

length scales may be used if Reynolds number similarity is to be maintained? Assume the

viscosity of air is unaffected by pressure, and the temperature of air in the tunnel is equal

to the temperature of the air in which the airplane will fly.

in a wind tunnel with identical standard sea-level air properties at a 1:5 scale. The

measured model drag is 400 N, enforcing dynamic similarity. Determine (a) the drag

force on the prototype and (b) the power required to overcome this drag.

6. Flow patterns that develop as winds blow past a vehicle, such as a train, are often studied

in low-speed environmental (meteorological) wind tunnels. Typically, the air velocities in

these tunnels are in the range of 0.1 m/s to 30 m/s. Consider a cross wind blowing past a

train locomotive. Assume that the local wind velocity, V, is a function of the approaching

wind velocity (at some distance from the locomotive), U, the locomotive length, l, height,

h, and width, b, the air density, , and the air viscosity, . (a) Establish the similarity

requirements and prediction equation for a model to be used in the wind tunnel to study

the air velocity, V, around the locomotive. (b) If the model is to be used for cross winds

gusting to U = 25 m/s, explain why it is not practical to maintain Reynolds number

similarity for a typical length scale 1:50.

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