FLUID (Fast Light User Interface Designer) is a graphical editor and GUI builder that is used to produce FLTK source code. FLUID edits and saves its state in text .fl files, which can be edited in a text editor for finer control over display and behavior.After designing the application, FLUID compiles the .fl file into a .cxx file, which defines all the objects from the .fl file, and an .h file, which declares all the global ones. FLUID also supports localization of label strings using message files and the GNU gettext or POSIX catgets interfaces.
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If you have 2 pipes of the same cross sectional area, same volume of fluid, and same length, the only difference is one pipe is coiled several times over a cylindrical object theoretically shortening the length of the pipe, while the other is a straight pipe. Will the flow rate be same in both...
Consider a fluid flow with density ##\rho=\rho(t,x)## and velocity vector ##v=v(t,x)##. Assume it satisfies the continuity equation
$$
\partial_t \rho + \nabla \cdot (\rho v) = 0.
$$
We now that, by Reynolds Transport Theorem (RTT), this implies that the total mass is conserved
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I want to model the thermal behaviour of a moving heat transfer fluid in 1D, with convective exchanges with the walls. I have obtained the following equation (1 on the figure). I have performed a second order spatial discretization with decentred schemes at the extremities (y = 0 and H)...
1.If the thickness of soap water surface decrease, whereas the concentration remain the same, how will the surface tension change?
2. If the membrane of soap water start to evaporate, its thickness become thinner and it’s concentration increase, How will the surface tension change?
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The discharge coefficient is the ratio of the actual discharge to the ideal discharge and can be measured experimentally. If one were to experimentally measure the discharge coefficient using water, would this value be constant for all incompressible fluids?
What does the discharge coefficient...
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I tried to solve the attached question. it's about Couette flow, where the 2 plates move.
in fact, I have to find the stability condition. is someone familiar with this and can help?
many thanks,
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Hello everyone, I need your help.
A teacher once told me that blood is a non-Newtonian, rheopectic, pseudo plastic fluid.
I get the non-Newtonian/pseudo plastic part, but I can't understand why blood is rheopectic...is it or not?
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Do you know of any place where I can look up things about the momentum (linear momentum) in fluid mechanics? It's just that when I have a variable velocity and it has to be integrated, I don't quite understand how to do it.
I have looked for videos and things and I can't find that they are...
I was looking at an example of fluid mechanics and I don't understand this.
Statement figures:
CONTINUITY EQUATION
$$\left. \dfrac{dm}{dt}\right]_{MC}=(\dot{m}_2+\dot{m}_3)-\dot{m}_1=0$$
$$\dot{m}_1=\dot{m}_2+\dot{m}_3$$
$$\rho c_1A_1=\rho c_2A_2+\rho c_3A_3$$
$$\rho c_1 h1=\rho c_2...
Please help me to understand which ans is correct.
To determine the ##P2##.
$$
h_{LM}\ne 0
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Method 1：
$$dP=\frac{\partial P}{\partial x}dx+\frac{\partial P}{\partial y}dy+\frac{\partial P}{\partial z}dz$$
$$\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}\rho \overset\rightharpoonup{a}=-\triangledown p+\rho...
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For this fluid statics problem,
One of the answers is:
However, why did they assume the pressure at the top was zero? I thought the pressure at the top would be 1 atm?
So tried to take atmospheric pressure into account putting 1 atm at the top,
Do you please know how to get P_0A/2 so...
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I have a question on the problem I've provided in the homework statement. Essentially, the problem is asking us to compare the maximum height and time to max-height between a simple projectile motion case vs. a case using fluid resistance proportional to v. I've solved everything...
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I've come across lots of exercises regarding Bernoulli's equation. However, never seen one where the top of the vessel is closed, and fluid flow exists via gas (air) going in. Has this problem been studied in the past?
Assume a cylindrical vessel filled to the maximum with a D-sized...
Hello, I am currently studiying Bernoulli's equation and I have trubble understanding something , say we have a horizontal hose (no change in altitude of pressure ) Bernoulli's equation state that an ideal fluid can flow thought the hose with the same velocity , does an ideal fluid need a...
hello, I read in a lecture paper about fluid mechanics that velocity is not related to viscosity, i found this odd and i think it is an error , can someone confirm that?
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I have calculated the density of the cylinder: ##5479,0\, \textrm{kg}/\textrm{m}^3##.
Attempt at a Solution:
$$d=0,12,\,\, L=1,1,\,\, D=0,122,\,\, e=0,002,\,\, c=0,02,\,\, b=0,4,\,\, a=0,7$$
$$\omega =100\, \textrm{rpm}=10,472\, \textrm{rad}/\textrm{s}\quad e=0,122-0,12=0,002$$
We...
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a) CASE A ##\rightarrow p_a=101300\, \textrm{Pa}##
$$F_{\textrm{res}}?,\,\, y_c-y_{cg}=y_{cp}$$
We find ##h_{cg}\rightarrow h_{cg}=3+h##
$$h=0,75\cdot \sin (30)=0,375\, \textrm{m}\rightarrow h_{cg}=3,375\, \textrm{m}$$
$$p_{cG}=\rho_{H2O}gh_{cg}=33108,75\, \textrm{Pa}$$
We calculate...
Because my little work project involves fluids I thought this the best topic to post under.
I took the route of biological sciences and computer science. This area is out of my league at the moment I'm not sure the amount of time that would be required to get the material applicable to this...
Hi, cannot get a definite answer anywhere on how heat transfer occurs with this fluid. All that the manufacturer gives is "excellent heat transfer". Water has excellent heat transfer due to convection currents. Need to know if this fluid also heats by convection rather than conduction...
Suppose you had a thin-walled sphere fully submerged in a liquid. The sphere is filled to the equator with a liquid of sufficient density to reach buoyant equilibrium.
Will the lateral cross-sectional areas of the thin-walled sphere experience tensile stresses in the longitudinal axis? Why or...
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I just started graduate school and I've been working in an experimental fluid mechanics lab. We have a shock tube and run tests on studying supersonic and hypersonic airflow under different conditions. We use Schileren imaging and transducers to take measurements during tests. We...
A cylindrical tube (diameter = D, width = L) is completely filled with a liquid (density = ρ). A pump pressurizes the system with a pressure P. Consequently, 1) the solid tube is compressed and deformed according to Hooke's law (σ = ε.E), and 2) the liquid is compressed and deformed, following...
As stated in the summary, I'd like to design a chamber to store water under pressure. Nothing too powerful - basically at the level of a super soaker, maybe a little higher. The trick is, I want it to be powered and controlled electronically. But, I come from electronics land and know nothing...
When we talk about sound waves in a fluid (air, water e.t.c.) we mean that the pressure ##P(x,y,z,t)## satisfies the wave equation, the so called velocity field of the fluid ##v(x,y,z,t)## satisfies the wave equation or both?
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A circular cylinder contains an inviscid liquid, which is softly disturbed (i.e. velocities are small). There are no body forces, which implies the equilibrium free surface is that of a spherical cap with radius ##R## (see figure A). Inviscid implies we can assume potential flow, such...
I would like to buy a Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics for Engineer textbook. I have 2 options, they are:
1. https://www.amazon.com/dp/0133521702/?tag=pfamazon01-20
2. https://www.amazon.com/dp/0132788128/?tag=pfamazon01-20
Can someone please tell me which one of above Fluid Mechanics textbook...
Hello. Could anyone help me with some insight in an extra term appearing in the motion equations of a relativistic fluid? I say extra term, because it's not present on the motion for a test particle, as it follows:
Let's propose Minkowski space-time, the motion equations for a fluid with zero...
I am looking for a good working fluid whose boiling point is in the range of 150-180 F for a waste heat recovery system. The fluid should be minimally flammable, preferably nontoxic, and low in environmental impact. Does anyone know of any working fluids that match this description?
For above pipe or duct flowing (where point A and C are higher diameter than B), same volume flow for point A,B & C.
Velocity B > Velocity A & C ; Pressure energy A > Pressure energy B ; friction pressure B > friction pressure A.
Question one: When pipe or duct sizing to be reducing even...
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I'm trying to estimate the pressure in the cavity, i.e. P2. I know the areas, A1 which in practicality is an annulus and A2 which is a 600m pipe with i/d 8mm.
I would like to initially understand how to calculate the pressure drop across the annulus.
At the moment I'm...
I am trying to mathematically prove the Static Pressure Head equation:
H = p/ρg
How can I prove this equation and thus determine the nature of the relationship between these variables?
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-022-11093-z
In this new 2 May 2022 publication, an experimental effort was made to measure directly the internal energy changes of non-ideal CO2, from the decrease in temperature as the liquid-gas expanded from one cylinder into two. With the empirical...
Hi, everyone! Doing some fluid flow/Bernoulli tasks.
Ok, so the task is:
«A hose with a radius of 0,035m is connected to a nozzle, which reduces the radius of the hose to 0,018m (2). The hose carries (qv) 0,0075 m3/sec and the totalpressure (3) in the wide section (1) is 211 kPA. The density of...
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A MIDI breath controller converts breathing to MIDI values, which are then used to control a MIDI instrument and produce sound. The ones I'm familiar with work through the use of a pressure chip.
For example, the TEC Breath and Bite Controller 2 uses the MPCV5010GP...
Pressure on side with liquid 1 = ##p_0 + \rho_1gh_1##
Pressure on side with liquid 2 = ##p_0 + \rho_2gh_2##
The solution sets the two pressures equal. I am confused how the two sides have the same amount of pressure, one would have more than the other.
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I am struggling to find the solution at Q2 and Q3. For Q2 the absolute pressure at point 1 is at the bottom of the tank, so do i need to use the formula P=Patm+qgh ? If using this formula I've got a bigger number than 100Pa.
Same issue for Q3, isn't the pressure at point 2...
Assume that we have a 1.5 km x 100 cm^2 long straight pipe, totally inelastic and full of water. From time t = 0, a pressure of 300 000 Pa is continuously applied to the water with a piston at one extremity. This correspond to a force of 30 000 N on the pipe cross section in the direction of the...
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/301874096_Emergent_behavior_in_active_colloids/link/5730bb3608ae08415e6a7c0a/download (expression 9 on this document derivation). I understand the need for substitution etc into the integral. What puzzles me is how the integral equals what it does. If...
If you've seen it, they chose one point in the combustion chamber and the other in the exhaust nozzle. I think they're assuming that we have a gas both places. They say that the pressure in the nozzle is atmospheric pressure, or it you're in outer space, zero. That makes perfect sense...
Ocean physics explain cyclones on Jupiter
https://phys.org/news/2022-01-ocean-physics-cyclones-jupiter.html
Moist convection drives an upscale energy transfer at Jovian high latitudes
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41567-021-01458-y...