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Quiz 4

25 November 2010 9:15 am 10:15 am

Student #: __________________________________________

TA Name/Tutorial #: ____________________________________

Question Marks Earned

1 8

2 7

3 9

4 10

5 10

6 10

TOTAL 54 /50

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1) a) A company produces a perishable product in a factory located at x = 0 and sells the product

along a certain distribution route. The selling price (P) of the product is a function of the length of

time (t) after it was produced, and the distance (x) from the factory it was produced. That is, P =

P(x,t). At a given location the price of the product decreases in time (as it is perishable) according

to = 12 dollars/hr. In addition, because of shipping costs the price increases with distance

from the factory according to = 0.2 dollars/km. If the manufacturer wishes to sell the product

at the same constant price everywhere along the distribution route, determine how fast he must

travel along the route. (4 points)

1) b) Explain the difference between surface forces and body forces. (2 points)

1) c) Consider a control volume of arbitrary shape with volume V. If the pressure distribution

over the control surface is constant, use the gradient theorem to prove that the resultant pressure

force on the control surface is zero. (2 points)

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2) A piezometer and a Pitot tube are tapped into a horizontal pipe, as shown in the Figure, to

measure static and stagnation (=static+dynamic) pressures. For the indicated water column

heights, determine the velocity of the pipe. (7 points)

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3) A U-tube of constant area acts as a water siphon as shown in the figure. Water exits from the

bottom of the siphon (2) as a free jet at atmospheric pressure. Determine, after listing all the

necessary assumptions, the speed of the free jet, and the absolute pressure at (A), the highest part

of the tube. (Density of the water = 1000 kg/m3 and the gravitational acceleration g = 10 m/s2,

and the atmospheric pressure is 101.3 kPa). (9 points)

Assumptions:

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4) Water flows through a horizontal 180 pipe bend as illustrated in Figure below. The flow cross

section area is constant at a value of 9000mm2. The flow velocity everywhere in the bend is 15

m/s. The pressures at the entrance and exit of the bend are 210 and 165 kPa, respectively.

Calculate the x and y components of the anchoring force needed to hold the bend in place. (The

density of water is 1000kg/m3) (10 points)

Solution:

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5) An engineer is measuring the lift and drag on an airfoil section mounted in a two-dimensional

wind tunnel. The wind tunnel is 0.5 m high and 0.5 m deep (into the paper). The upstream wind

velocity is uniform at 10 m/s, and the downstream velocity is 12 m/s and 8 m/s as shown. The

vertical component of velocity is zero at both stations. The test section is 1m long. The engineer

measures the pressure distribution in the tunnel along the upper and lower walls and finds:

Pl = 100 - 10x + 20x(1-x) (Pa, gage)

where x is the distance in meters measured from the beginning of the test section. The gas density

is homogeneous throughout and equal to 1.2 kg/m3. The lift and drag are the vectors indicated on

the figure, and are shown with symbols L and D respectively. The forces acting on the fluid are in

the opposite direction to these vectors. Find the lift and drag forces acting on the airfoil section.

(10 points)

Solution:

Apply the momentum principle to the control volume below:

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V

where the x- and y- coordinates are in meters and the magnitude of velocity is in m/s.

(a) Determine if there are any stagnation points in this flow field, and if so, where? (2 points)

(b)For this velocity field, generate an analytical expression for the flow streamlines (6 points)

(c) and draw a couple of streamlines in the right half of the flow (x > 0) (2 points).

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