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MEEN344 homework and recommended problems Problem numbers given below are from “Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics” by Munson et al. 8th edition. Problems in italic red are assigned as homework and some may be graded. Others are some recommended problems for practice for exams. (Some problem answers are given in the parenthesis.). There is no need to do the plotting part or computer iteration if the book problem is asking. Please note you can submit the problems in only one file by the due date (11:59pm). Problem set 1. Due September 4th 1.2, 1.14, 1.23, 1-26, 1-55, 1.62, 1-74 (0.201 m/s to left), 1-80, 1-85 (17.8 ft.lb/s), 1-118 (0.06 N/M), 1-124a (24.5o) Problem set 2. Due September 10th 2.20, 2.37(4.67 psi), 2.40, 2.43, 2-54(21 ft), 2-64, 2-74 (2.9 lb), 2-82, 2-83 Problem set 3. Due September 15th 2-101, 2-108(333 lb, 3.63 ft), 2.115, 2.117(20200 lb), 2.126, 2.137, 2-142(127 lb), 2-156, 2-157 Problem set 4. Due September 26th 3.21, 3.24(0.069 m), 3.37, 3.48, 3.52(V2=105 ft/s), 3.66, 3.72, 3-82(0.574 m), 3-89, 3.100, 3-102(36.5 s), 3-106, 3.117, 3-120(0.126 ft), 3-132 Problem set 5. Due October 1th 4.2, 4.17, 4.20, 4.23, 4.28, 4.36, 4-46(as=8860 m/s2), 4-50, 4-59(132 ft/s), 4-66, 4.68 Problem set 6. Due October 7th 5.3, 5.11, 5.21 (0.837 for n=8), 5.24, 5.29(20.1 mm), 5.35, 5.38, 5.42, 5-47(Fy=298 KN), 5-54, 5-58(272 to 364 ft.lb), 5-61, 5-65(17.1 lb) A) A large tank of diameter D=1m is affixed to a cart as shown. Water is filled in the tank with height y and issues horizontally from the tank through a nozzle of diameter d=10mm. A turning van, which reflects the water through q=60o, is attached to the cart. Determine the tension in the wire holding the cart stationary. yProblem set 7. Due October 17th 5.70(181 & 146 lb), 5.72, 5.83(60o 92.5 rad/s), 5.86, 5-90(-3130 ft.lb/slug), 5-93, 5.99,5-102(b:200 ft.lb/slug), 5-110, 5-114(46.3 ft2/s), 5.117,


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