Lecture 28
CEE 3500 TEST 3 INFORMATION
- Students had 50 minutes to complete the test
- The test was open book and notes
- This TABLE OF DIMENSIONS AND UNITS (pdf file) was available for the exam
- Students were allowed to have the following during the test:
- Textbook
- Class notes
- Pens and/or pencils, erasers, rulers
- A calculator
Subjects
- The test will include problems addressing the following subjects:
- Similitude (Reynolds, Froude, Weber numbers -- ratios of quantities)
- Dimensional analysis (Π terms)
- Friction losses in pipes
- Use of the Moody diagram
- Haaland's equation
- Swamee-Jain equation
- Minor losses in pipes
- Entrance, discharge, contraction, expansion
- Pipe fittings: elbows, valves, etc.
- Pumps in pipelines
How to prepare for the test
- Read the sections in the book for each lecture as indicated in the class schedule
- Download references provided for each lecture (follow the links in the class schedule ) and study the examples given in those references (e.g., worked examples, lecture notes -- ignore the additional materials for each lecture)
- Download additional examples provided by the instructor -- these are available in the class notes web page -- study the solved problems, try the proposed problems
- Download assignment solutions from the Assignments web page , study those solutions
- Download and try the following sample tests :
- Sample Test 1 (pdf file) - Download solution to Sample Test 1 (pdf file)
- Sample Test 2 (pdf file) - Download solution to Sample Test 2 (pdf file)
- Sample Test 3 (pdf file) - Download solution to Sample Test 3 (pdf file)
- Sample Test 4 (pdf file) - Download solution to Sample Test 4 (pdf file)
- Fall 2005 Third Test (pdf file) - Download Fall 2005 Third Test Solution (pdf file)
- Practice, practice, practice
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