Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics Questions and Answers  




The final exam is a test of being able to solve the problems correctly. First, make sure you can solve the problems correctly. Once this is done, “memorizing” them should be a breeze. I have excluded some problems in previous years 536AB final exams, but those were limited to derivations.




If more than 80% of you file 536A reports, I'll explain how to solve the A11Q1 problem in class on Tuesday. So far, the response rate is 35%.




Yes it's a good addition. I'll add it.




If it's a derivation done in class and that is lengthy and hard to remember then I can exclude it from the final.




Yes this entire questions is lengthy. However, each part can be done within 30 minutes. So if I do ask you this question, I'll ask either part (a) or part (b) but not both. Proving that enthalpy is conserved on a streamline can be done shortly within 35 lines.



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