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**DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
**

2.06 Fluid Dynamics, Spring 2013

Quiz 1 April 25, 2013

Instructions: Closed Book, no crib sheets, no Phones, no Laptops, no Ipads. You are allowed a calculator and a writing

instrument for this quiz. Please show your work steps. State your assumptions and justify your equations. Partial credit

will be awarded on careful and clear arguments. Wrong unsupported numerical answers can only receive zero credit.

Problem 1 (6 points): Concept Questions: Indicate which of the following statements are TRUE and which are FALSE.

You do NOT need to explain why each statement is true or false, just whether it is true or false.

a) (2 points) Consider an object suspended in a liquid. The density of the object and liquid are identical. If container hold-

ing the liquid and object moves to the right with constant acceleration, the object will move to the left.

b) (2 points) A stop is placed to separate two gas chambers at uniform pressures P1 and P2 as shown below. The shape of

the stop is different in two scenarios (a) and (b) sketched below. The horizontal pressure force acting on the stops (a) and

(b) are identical.

.

c) (2 points) Assuming that the interfacial tensions of water-air and water-oil interface are identical. (Note: This is a four page quiz) 1 of 4 . the maximum size of a stable water drop in air is smaller than that in oil.

and an air column as shown in the figure to the right.. h3 h2 sure Pa in terms of the densities and heights of the liquids (h1. h2 and h3 as shown on the figure). H umns will change in height. h1 ed by ambient pressure Po. g ties ρ1 and ρ2). PV = mRT) d L d a) (5 points) Consider the system in state (a) surround. ρ1 ρ2 b) (10 points) Now the entire system is slowly lowered Po into water to a depth of H as shown in part (b) of the figure. Determine the air pres.Problem 2 (15 points) Consider the system comprising two liquid columns (densi.e. Assume temperature remains constant throughout the process. Both the liquids are incompressible. neglect changes to h1) b) ≈h1 (Note: This is a four page quiz) 2 of 4 . massless and frictionless. Air Po can be modeled as an ideal gas (ie. a) piston piston air The two pistons are ideal. (Hint: the liquid col. two pistons.. Since the diameter of the first column is large. Derive a relation between the ρw g depth H and the air pressure Pa. i.

The cylindrical hole of diameter d is a distance L from the trough’s center. the three-phase contact angle θ > 90o as shown in the zoomed-in view in the figure. What is the minimum acceleration a at which the air-water interface within the cylindrical hole becomes unstable and moves down shorting the electrical con- tacts? Please express your answer in terms of the given quantities. (b) (7 points) Now consider another situation (case b in the figure) in which the trough has a static liquid column height of H.Problem 3 (12 points) Consider a trough with a small cylindrical hole of diameter d at the bottom. (Note: This is a four page quiz) 3 of 4 . The hole is hydrophobic.. Two electrical contacts are placed under the meniscus.e. (a) (5 points) Determine the minimum height h of the liquid column at which the air-water interface within the cylindrical hole becomes unstable and moves down shorting the electrical contacts. i.

when surface tension effects are neglected? 2. (7 points) Now consider a case when the radius R of the barometer tube is small and surface tension effects become important. (5 points) Under what conditions can we neglect surface tension effects? Please express your answer in terms of the given quantities. What is the expression for Pa under this regime? 3. (2 points) What is the relation between the ambient pressure Pa and height of the liquid column h.σ) 1. The three phase contact angle is θ and the surface tension of the liquid is σ. Now consider the case when the entire system is accelerated with an acceleration a to the right. P=0 2R Pa g h (ρ. 4. The ambient pressure is Pa and the pressure above the liquid column in the tube is zero. equal to. Will the height of the liquid column in the tube above the free surface be greater than.Problem 4 (17 points) Consider a barometer shown in figure below. The density of the liquid is ρ and the acceleration due to gravity is g. or smaller than the height of the liquid column for a stationary barometer for the following cases: (a) (1 point) when the barometer tube is in the middle (as above) (b) (1 point) when the barometer tube is to the left (c) (1 point) when the barometer tube is to the right (Note: This is a four page quiz) 4 of 4 . Consider a case when θ > 90o (hy- drophobic).

−∇P + ρ g = ρ a .

g = gk̂ P(z) = Po + ρ gz .

y) = − ρ ax − ρ gy + Po a tan θ = g FB = ρ gV . g = −gĵ a = aiˆ P(x.

ρ .

V .

.

R1 R2 ⎛ 1 1⎞ Pi − Po = σ ⎜ + ⎟ ⎝ R1 R2 ⎠ θ σ SG − σ SL cosθ = σ LG .

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