Mech/Aero Engineering 103, Elementary Fluid Mechanics, Spring, 2002


Information on the Second Midterm Exam (5/23/02)

As announced in class, the second midterm to be held on Thursday, May 23, 2002 will cover all material from the beginning of the quarter but there will be an emphasis on material covered since the first midterm. This new material includes streamlines, streaklines, and pathlines, volume and mass rates of flow, Reynolds' transport theorem, conservation of mass (integral and differential forms), and conservation of momentum (integral form, Euler's equations, use of Bernoulli's equation along a streamline, and the Navier-Stokes equations), i.e.,. material completed on Thursday, 5/16/02. The introductory material on conservation of energy will NOT be covered on this exam. An outline of the topics of focus will also be presented in class on 5/21/02; please also consult the course outline for details.

The exam is open to ONE PAGE (8 1/2" x 11", two sided) of notes written in your OWN HANDWRITING. At the end of the exam, this page will be turned in with your exam copy. Please bring with you a pencil, eraser, and CALCULATOR. NO extra paper is needed, nor is a blue book needed.

The locations for the exam will be as follows: for LAST NAMES BEGINNING WITH A-L, room 5249 Boelter Hall; for LAST NAMES BEGINNING WITH M-Z, room 5273 Boelter Hall. Please let me know if you have any questions about this.

Good Luck!

Ann Karagozian


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