2019 B.E Chemical Engineering B.E Jadavpur University Chemical Engineering  Mechanics of Fluid (2nd Year First Semester) 2019 Question paper
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Exam Name B.E Chemical Engineering Exam 2nd Year 1st Semester
Subject Mechanics of Fluid
Total Time Three Hours Maximum Marks 100
Syllabus
Introduction: Fluid, Concept of continuum, Method of analysis: System and Control volume, Methods of description  Lagrangian and Eulerian Fundamental Concepts: Velocity field, Streamlines, Streaklines, Pathlines, Timelines, Stress field, Viscosity, Newtonian fluid and Nonnewtonian fluids, Description and Classification of fluid flowinviscid viscous, laminar, turbulent, internal, external, incompressible, compressible Fluid Statics: Pressure variation in a static fluid Control volume analysis (integral approach):  Reynolds transport theorem, conservation of mass and momentum theorem, The first and second law of Thermodynamics Differential analysis of fluid motion: Conservation of mass; Stream function for twodimensional incompressible flow, Kinematics of flow field: Acceleration of a particle in a Velocity Field, Fluid Rotation, Vorticity, Fluid Deformation. Momentum equation: Forces acting on a Fluid particle, Differential momentum Equation Incompressible Inviscid flow: Momentum Equation for frictionless flow, Euler's equation, Bernoulli equation, Static, Stagnation and Dynamic pressures. Incompressible Viscous flow, pipes and channels  laminar and turbulent flow, nature of turbulence, deviating velocities in turbulent flow, Intensity and scale of turbulence, Reynolds stress, Prandtl mixing length, boundary layer, Universal velocity distribution, corrections to Bernoulli's equation, Friction factor, Friction factor vs Reynold number, flow through circular and noncircular conduits, Flow in agitated vessels, Hagen Poiseuille equation, Fanning equation, major and minor frictional losses, skin friction and form friction, pressure drop in flow through multiple paths, pipeline design. External flows: Boundary layer Drag and lift, drag coefficient, Stokes law, Drag coefficient, Drag coefficient vs Reynold s number plot Flow measuring devices: design considerations Flow through packed bed and fluidized bed
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