Mechanics: Fluids

There are eight ready-to-use problem sets on the topic of Fluids. Most problems are multi-part problems requiring an extensive analysis. The problems target your ability to use the concepts of Newton’s Laws, the W=∆E relationships and the Conservation of Mass along with the definition of density and pressure to solve problems involving hydrostatic pressure and hydrodynamics.


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Problem Set FM1: Pressure in Columns of Fluids
Use information about the density and volume of varying fluids to determine the pressure at a particular location or height in a column of the fluids having a stated diameter. Includes 6 multi-part problems.
 
 
Problem Set FM2: Fluid Column Applications
Analyze an apparatus (manometers, barometers, blood pressure measuring devices, hydraulic lifts, etc.) whose operation relies upon fluid pressure. Includes 7 multi-part problems.
 

Problem Set FM3: Buoyant Force and Its Applications
Solve problems associated with the buoyant force, including problems pertaining to hydrostatic weighing devices, scuba diving applications, hydrometers, and weather balloons. Includes 7 multi-part problems.
 
 
Problem Set FM4: Mass Conservation and W = ∆E in a Horizontal Pipe 1
Apply mass conservation and energy principles to fluid flow to calculate pressure, pressure differences, and velocities at varying locations in sections of a horizontal pipe having a changing diameter. Includes 7 problems.
 
 
Problem Set FM5: Mass Conservation and W = ∆E in a Horizontal Pipe 2
Apply mass conservation and energy principles to fluid flow to calculate pressure, pressure differences, and velocities at varying locations in sections of a horizontal pipe having a changing diameter. Includes 7 problems.
 
 
Problem Set FM6: Fluids in Tanks
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Problem Set FM7: To be Announced
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Problem Set FM8: To be Announced
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