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Question 2 A Journal Bearing comprises a solid shaft that r...

Question 2 A Journal Bearing comprises a solid shaft that rotates inside a cylindrical sleeve with a small oil filled gap between them. You made a simple analysis of this problem in CW1 where we assumed that the centrelines of the shaft and sleeve were aligned. By “unwrapping” the annul...

FLUID MECHANICS __________________________________________...

FLUID MECHANICS ______________________________________________________ Question 1 This question requires you to develop a simple model for the performance of a wind turbine based on actuator disc theory and use it to make a first estimate of rotor disc diameter in terms power generation requirem...

Glass Smooth Smooth Plastic 3.0 X 10 10 x 10 6 Drawn t...

Glass Smooth Smooth Plastic 3.0 X 10 10 x 10 6 Drawn tubing; copper, brass, steel 5.0 X 10 6 Steel, commercial or welded 4.6 x 10 5 1.5 x 10 4 Galvanized iron 5.0 x 10 4 Ductile iron-coated 1.2 X 10 4 4.0 x 10 4 Ductile iron-uncoated 2.4 X 10 4 Concrete, well made 1.2 X 10 4 4.0 ...

the property tables moind the stated properties for the foll...

the property tables moind the stated properties for the following 1 Glyouthink any quantity is undefined enter the value -1) phase saturated liquid liquid - saturated Prapour mature compressed A six- cylinder four stroke internal combustion engine can be ideal Diesel cycle. The inlet air t...

2- Oil with S.G.= = 0.82 flows at 5 ft³/s through the c...

2- Oil with S.G.= = 0.82 flows at 5 ft³/s through the cylindrical reducing section as shown Figure 2. Calculate the force that needs to be applied to the reducer to hold it in place. 1 2 P = 60 psig P = 6 psig D = 4 in D =14 in Figure 2. Reducing section Useful Formulas: S.G. = = p =...

Atmospheric Dynamics 1. Consider a form of the QG vorticity...

Atmospheric Dynamics 1. Consider a form of the QG vorticity equation, (1) with B2 III (3)+V.V) v3 the geostrophic velocity, 53 the vorticity associated with the geostrophic velocity, Vo = v - v2 the ageostrophic component of the velocity, and the beta- plane approximation f = ++By (a) Assuming...

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