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It is our intention that the material in this manual be used as an aid in the teaching of the course. We feel quite strongly that problem solving is an essential ingredient in the process of understanding the variety of interesting concepts involved in fluid mechanics.
This solutions manual is structured to enhance the learning process. Approximately problems are solved in a complete, detailed fashion with in most cases one problem per page.
The problem statements and figures are included with the problem solutions to provide an easier and clearer understanding of the solution procedure. Except where a greater accuracy is warranted, all intermediate calculations and answers are given to three significant figures.
Unless otherwise indicated in the problem statement, values of fluid properties used in the solutions are those given in the tables on the inside of the front cover of the text. Other fluid properties and necessary conversion factors are found in the tables of Chapter I or in the appendices. The solutions for each of these problems are presented in essentially the same format as for the non-computer problems.
Where appropriate a graph of the results is also included. Further details concerning the computer and their solutions can be found in the following section entitled Computer Problems. In most chapters there are several problems [those designated with a t ] that are "openended" problems and require critical thinking in that to work them one must make various assumptions and provide necessary data.
There is not a unique answer to these problems. Since there are various ways that one may approach many of these problems and since specific values of data need to be assumed, looked up, or approximated, we have not included solutions to these problems in the manual. Providing solutions, we feel, would be counter to the rational for having these problems-we want students to realize that in the real world problems are not necessarily uniquely formulated to a have a specific answer.
These problems are clearly identified in the problem statement. Although it is not necessary to use the CD to solve these "videorelated" problems, it is hoped that the use of the CD will help students relate the analysis and solution of the problem to actual fluid mechanics phenomena.
Another new feature of the Fourth Edition is the inclusion of laboratory-related problems. In most chapters the last few problems are based on actual data from simple laboratory experiments. These problems are clearly identified by the "click here" words in the problem statement. Copies of the problem statement, the original data, the EXCEL spread sheet calculations, and the resulting graphs are given in this solution manual.
Considerable effort has been put forth to develop appropriate problems and to present their solutions in a manner that we feel is helpful to both instructors and students. Any comments or suggestions as to how we can improve this material are most welcome. These problems typically involve solutions requiring repetitive calculations, iterative procedures, curve fitting, numerical integration, etc.
Knowledge of advanced numerical techniques is not required. Solutions to all computer problems are included in the solutions manual. Although programs for many of these problems are written in the BASIC programming language, there are obviously several other math-solver or spreadsheet programs that can be used.
For those requiring use of one of the standard programs, there is a statement in the problem solution which simply indicates the standard program used to solve the problem. A list of these standard programs, with their file names, follow.
The actual programs are given in the appendix. Most of the standard programs are, of course, readily available in other math-solver or spreadsheet programs, and the student can simply use the programs with which they are most familiar. BAS Determines the friction factor for laminar or turbulent pipe flow with the Reynolds number and relative roughness specified for turbulent flow the Colebrook formula, Eq.
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