*We are the Amazon Partner and students can purchase the books shown on this page. We are also providing an authentic solution manual, formulated by our SMEs, for the same.The leading applications-oriented approach to engineering fluid mechanics is now in full color, with integrated software, new problems, and extensive new coverage. . Now in full color with an engaging new design, applied fluid mechanics, Seventh Edition, is the fully updated edition of the most popular applications-oriented approach to engineering fluid mechanics. It offers a clear and practical presentation of all basic principles of fluid mechanics (both statics and dynamics), tying theory directly to real devices and systems used in mechanical, chemical, civil, and environmental engineering. The 7th edition offers new real-world example problems and integrates the use of an online downloadable demo of .world-renowned PIPE-FLO?. software for piping system analysis and design. It presents new procedures for problem-solving and design. more realistic and higher quality illustrations. and more coverage of many topics, including hose, plastic pipe, tubing, pumps, viscosity measurement devices, and computational fluid mechanics. Full-color images and color highlighting make charts, graphs, and tables easier to interpret organize narrative material into more manageable &ldquo.chunks,&rdquo. and make all of this text'.s content easier to study. . Teaching and Learning Experience . This applications-oriented introduction to fluid mechanics has been redesigned and improved to be more engaging, interactive, and pedagogically effective. . Completely redesigned in full color, with additional pedagogical features, all designed to engage today'.s students: This edition contains many new full-color images, upgraded to improve realism, consistency, graphic quality, and relevance. New pedagogical features have been added to help students explore ideas more widely and review material more efficiently. Provides more hands-on practice and real-world applications, including new problems: Includes new real-world example problems and supplementary problems. .Students can access an .online .downloadable demo of the popular PIPE-FLO?. software to complete select activities. Updated and refined to reflect the latest products, tools, and techniques: Contains updated data and analysis techniques, improved problem solving and design techniques, new content on many topics, and extensive new references. Sample questions asked in the 7th edition of applied fluid mechanics: Figure 7.26 shows the arrangement of a circuit for a hydraulic system. The pump draws oil with a specific gravity of 0.90 from a reservoir and delivers it to the hydraulic cylinder. The cylinder has an inside diameter of 5.0 in, and in 15 s the piston must travel 20 in while exerting a force of 11000 lb. It is estimated that there are energy losses of 11.5 lb-ft/lb in the suction pipe and 35.0 lb-ft/lb in the discharge pipe. Both pipes are 3/8 -in Schedule 80 steel pipes. Calculate: a. The volume flow rate through the pump. b. The pressure at the cylinder. c. The pressure at the outlet of the pump. d. The pressure at the inlet to the pump. e. The power delivered to the oil by the pump. FIGURE 7.26 Referring to Problem 5.29, assume that the steel bar is placed inside the cup with its long axis vertical. Will the cup float stably? Problem 5.29 A light foam cup similar to a disposable coffee cup has a weight of 0.05 N. A steel bar is placed inside the cup. The bar has a specific weight of 76.8 kN/m 3 , a diameter of 38.0 mm, and a length of 80.0 mm. How much of the height of the cup will be submerged if it is placed in water? The cup has a uniform diameter of 82.0 mm and a length of 150 mm. Figure 11.33 shows a part of a chemical processing system in which propyl alcohol at 25?C is taken from the bottom of a large tank and transferred by gravity to another part of the system. The length between the two tanks is 7.0 m. A filter is installed in the line and is known to have a resistance coefficient K of 8.5 based on the pipe velocity head. Drawn stainless steel tubing is to be used. Specify the standard size of tubing from Appendix G.2 that would allow a volume flow rate of 150 L/min. FIGURE 11.33 Problems 11.47?11.50 Develop a spreadsheet or a program for computing the geometry features for each section shown in Table 14.3. Include the area, wetted perimeter, and hydraulic radius.
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