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GENERAL PHYSICS 1

FLUID MECHANICS

MARLON FLORES SACEDON

FLUID MECHANICS

What is fluid mechanics? Fluid mechanics is the branch of physics that studies the mechanics of

fluids (liquids, gases, and plasmas) and the forces on them..

Fluid statics: Fluid statics or hydrostatics is the branch of fluid mechanics that studies incompressible

fluids at rest.

Density

Pressure in a Fluid

Pressure, depth, and Pascals Law

Fluid Mechanics Absolute Pressure and Gauge Pressure

Buoyancy

Fluid dynamics: In physics, fluid dynamics is a sub discipline of fluid mechanics that deals with

fluid flowthe natural science of fluids (liquids and gases) in motion. .

The Continuity equation

Bernoullis equation

FLUID STATICS

Density is a characteristic property of a substance. The density of a substance is the relationship

between the mass of the substance and how much space it takes up (volume).

m

Mass density units: [g/cc or kg/m3 or lb/ft3]

V

w

Weight density D units: [dyne/cc or N/m3 or poundal/ft3]

V

Note: =

Specific Gravity (Relative Density) - (sp.gr) - is a dimensionless unit defined as the ratio of the

density of a substance to the density of water

, . . =

. . = 1

FLUID STATICS

FLUID STATICS

Problem: Find the mass and weight of the air at 20C in a living room with a 4.0 m x 5.0 m floor

and a ceiling 3.0 m high, and the mass and weight of an equal volume of water.

= = = 1.2 /3 (4x5x3 3 ) =

= =

= = 1.2 /3 (9.81m/s2)(4x5x3 3 ) = .

FLUID STATICS

Pressure in a fluid

with area A, then

FLUID STATICS

Pressure, Depth, and Pascals Law

where the pressure is p0 (subscript zero

for zero depth). The depth of point 1

below the surface is h = y2 - y1 ,

an enclosed fluid is transmitted

undiminished to every portion of

the fluid and the walls of the

containing vessel.

FLUID STATICS

Absolute Pressure and Gauge Pressure

If the pressure inside a car tire is equal to atmospheric pressure, the tire is flat. The pressure has to

be greater than atmospheric to support the car, so the significant quantity is the difference between

the inside and outside pressures. When we say that the pressure in a car tire is 32 pounds (actually

32 lb/in2, equal to 220 kPa or 2.2 * 105 Pa), we mean that it is greater than atmospheric pressure

(14.7 lb/in2 or 1.01x105 Pa) by this amount. The total pressure in the tire is then 47 lb/in2 or 320 kPa.

The excess pressure above atmospheric pressure is usually called gauge pressure, and the total

pressure is called absolute pressure. Engineers use the abbreviations psig and psia for pounds per

square inch gauge and pounds per square inch absolute, respectively. If the pressure is less than

atmospheric, as in a partial vacuum, the gauge pressure is negative.

FLUID STATICS

FLUID STATICS

Pressure gauges

The simplest pressure gauge is the open-tube manometer (Figure). The U-shaped tube contains a liquid

of density r, often mercury or water. The left end of the tube is connected to the container where the

pressure p is to be measured, and the right end is open to the atmosphere at pressure p0 = patm . The pressure

at the bottom of the tube due to the fluid in the left column is + 1 , and the pressure at the bottom

due to the fluid in the right column is + 2 . These pressures are measured at the same level, so

they must be equal:

FLUID STATICS

Problem 1: A hollow cylindrical copper pipe is 1.50 m long and has an outside diameter

of 3.50 cm and an inside diameter of 2.50 cm. How much does it weigh?

Problem 2: Oceans on Mars. Scientists have found evidence that Mars may once have had

an ocean 0.500 km deep. The acceleration due to gravity on Mars is 3.71 m/s2. (a) What

would be the gauge pressure at the bottom of such an ocean, assuming it was freshwater?

(b) To what depth would you need to go in the earths ocean to experience the same gauge

pressure?

diameter of 30.0 cm floats on a cylinder of oil of density 0.850 g/cm3

(figure). The cylinder of oil is 75.0 cm deep and has a diameter the

same as that of the wood. (a) What is the gauge pressure at the top of

the oil column? (b) Suppose now that someone puts a weight of 83.0 N

on top of the wood, but no oil seeps around the edge of the wood.

What is the change in pressure at (i) the bottom of the oil and (ii)

halfway down

FLUID STATICS

Problem 4: The liquid in the open-tube manometer in

Figure is mercury, y1 = 3.00 cm, and y2 = 7.00 cm.

Atmospheric pressure is 980 millibars. What is (a) the

absolute pressure at the bottom of the U-shaped tube;

(b) the absolute pressure in the open tube at a depth of

4.00 cm below the free surface; (c) the absolute

pressure of the gas in the container; (d) the gauge

pressure of the gas in pascals?

BUOYANCY

A body immersed in water seems to weigh less than when it is in air. When the body is

less dense than the fluid, it floats. The human body usually floats in water, and a helium-

filled balloon floats in air. These are examples of buoyancy, a phenomenon described by

Archimedess principle:

Archimedess Principle:

When a body is completely or partially immersed in a fluid, the fluid

exerts an upward force on the body equal to the weight of the fluid

displaced by the body.

FLUID STATICS

BUOYANCY

PROBLEM 1: A 15.0-kg solid gold statue is raised from the sea bottom (Figure). What is the

tension in the hoisting cable (assumed massless) when the statue is (a) at rest and

completely underwater and (b) at rest and completely out of the water?

+y

+y

PROBLEM 2: A rock has mass 1.80 kg. When the rock is suspended from the lower end of a

string and totally immersed in water, the tension in the string is 12.8 N. What is the smallest

density of a liquid in which the rock will float?

BUOYANCY

PROBLEM 3: A 950-kg cylindrical can buoy floats vertically in seawater. The diameter of the

buoy is 0.900 m. Calculate the additional distance the buoy will sink when an 80.0-kg man

stands on top of it.

PROBLEM 4: A slab of ice floats on a freshwater lake. What minimum volume must the slab

have for a 65.0-kg woman to be able to stand on it without getting her feet wet?

PROBLEM 5: A cubical block of wood, 10.0 cm on a side,

floats at the interface between oil and water with its lower

surface 1.50 cm below the interface (Figure). The density of

the oil is 790 kg/m3. (a) What is the gauge pressure at the

upper face of the block? (b) What is the gauge pressure at

the lower face of the block? (c) What are the mass and

density of the block?

PROBLEM 6: A rock is suspended by a light string. When the rock is in air, the tension in the

string is 39.2 N. When the rock is totally immersed in water, the tension is 28.4 N. When the rock

is totally immersed in an unknown liquid, the tension is 21.5 N. What is the density of the

unknown liquid?

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