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  • True; the calculation is completed in the handout. The handout is available at a link that is listed in the video description above.

    Analysis of a Pitot Tube - Duration: 8:56.

    • 4 years ago
    • 41,885 views
    Dr. Morrison makes a pitot tube calculation using the mechanical energy balance and the manometer equations. Then handout is available at http://www.chem.mtu.edu/~fmorriso/cm4650/movies.html
  • Keyboard Entry of Equations in Microsoft Word 2010 - Duration: 9:46.

    • 1 year ago
    • 752 views
    There is a handy way to type equations from the keyboard that works well with scientific equations. Dr. Morrison shows you how. It also works in PowerPoint! The handout is at this link: http://...
  • Balances on Multiple Units - No Reaction (Part 3) - Duration: 11:13.

    • 1 year ago
    • 1,059 views
    Dr. Morrison shows how to perform a mass balance on a two-stage extraction process, explaining how to strategize problem-solving in such complex systems. The video is in three parts; the handout i...
  • Balances on Multiple Units - No Reaction (Part 2) - Duration: 17:00.

    • 1 year ago
    • 1,606 views
    Dr. Morrison shows how to perform a mass balance on a two-stage extraction process, explaining how to strategize problem-solving in such complex systems. The video is in three parts; the handout i...
  • As requested, a multiple-unit process with no reaction. Best wishes, Prof. Morrison

    Balances on Multiple Units - No Reaction (Part 1) - Duration: 12:43.

    • 1 year ago
    • 3,030 views
    Dr. Morrison shows how to perform a mass balance on a two-stage extraction process, explaining how to strategize problem-solving in such complex systems. The video is in three parts; the handout i...
  • How to model complex systems with multi components (soil plus water) is a very advanced topic. I suggest you go directly to the literature on soil mechanics, which will include granular flow. The microscopic balances can handle both steady and unsteady flows, constant density and non-constant density fluids. If you write balances on a two component system (water, dry soil) you may find success. An alternative approach would be to use a time-dependent density for the wet soil. Good luck!

    Part 1: Microscopic Momentum Balances with the Navier-Stokes Equation - Duration: 8:38.

    • 5 years ago
    • 49,113 views
    Part 1 of a three-part video in which Dr. Faith Morrison shows how to apply the Navier-Stokes equation to steady flow down an inclined plane. For handout search "Morrison CM4650" and click on "Mov...
  • If the plate is not wide, you need to specify what is going on at the edges, i.e. no-slip at a wall, or fluid falling over an edge. This makes it a much more complex problem that you would probably only solve numerically with a program like Comsol, for example. The equations to solve are set up the same way.

    Part 2: Microscopic Momentum Balances with the Navier-Stokes - Duration: 9:38.

    • 5 years ago
    • 18,918 views
    Part 2 of a three-part video in which Dr. Faith Morrison shows how to apply the Navier-Stokes equation to steady flow down an inclined plane.
  • Yes I do. I just added it to the description of this video.

    best,

    Dr. Morrison

    Part 3: Microscopic Momentum Balances with the Navier-Stokes Equation - Duration: 8:43.

    • 5 years ago
    • 18,682 views
    Part 3 of a three-part video in which Dr. Faith Morrison shows how to apply the Navier-Stokes equation to steady flow down an inclined plane. The handout is on the web at this link:
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  • Balances on Multple Units with Reaction - Duration: 24:18.

    • 2 years ago
    • 9,856 views
    As chemical processes become more complex, the balances also become more difficult. Dr. Morrison provides an example of a complex problem, beginning with reading the problem description up through...
  • Elementary Mass Balances in Chemical Engineering - Duration: 10:18.

    • 2 years ago
    • 32,177 views
    Professor Morrison shows how to perform an elementary mass balance problem on a mixer. The handout is available at http://blogs.mtu.edu/fmorriso/2012/09/18/elementary-mass-...
  • Balances on Reactive Systems (Extent of Reaction) - Duration: 10:13.

    • 2 years ago
    • 14,269 views
    Professor Morrison shows how extent of reaction xi may be used to keep track of mass balances in reactive systems. The handout is available at http://blogs.mtu.edu/fmorriso/2012/09/12/balances-on-...
  • No, only a small number fail those courses at Michigan Tech.

    Part I: Macroscopic Momentum Balance - nozzle flow to tilted wall - Duration: 5:05.

    • 4 years ago
    • 7,490 views
    Dr. Morrison applies the conservation equations of fluid mechanics to solve for the force on a tilted wall from a fluid jet.
  • This analysis can be used in a wide variety of problems. The example shows the MEB applied to one case. In other cases, different terms are zero and the problem turns out differently.

    Short Introduction to the Mechanical Energy Balance - Duration: 8:47.

    • 5 years ago
    • 4,129 views
    Dr. Faith Morrison introduces the mechanical energy balance equation and goes through how to apply it to one simple equation.
  • The energy equation is the microscopic balance because it is derived by doing a balance on a microscopic control volume that is located at an arbitrary position within the domain, in our case within the slab. A macroscopic balance would now allow us to calculate the variation of temperature but could only get us macroscopic fluxes.

    Microscopic Energy Balance in a Slab - Duration: 9:21.

    • 5 years ago
    • 3,543 views
    Dr. Faith Morrison shows how to apply the microscopic energy equation to one-dimensional heat conduction in a slab. The result of the calculation is the temperature and the heat flux as a function...
  • Force on the Wall in Turbulent Pipe Flow - Duration: 9:09.

    • 4 years ago
    • 5,492 views
    Dr. Morrison applies the conservation equations of fluid mechanics to solve for wall-force for pressure-driven turbulent pipe flow.
  • Part II: Macroscopic Momentum Balance - nozzle flow to tilted wall - Duration: 8:07.

    • 4 years ago
    • 6,448 views
    Dr. Morrison applies the conservation equations of fluid mechanics to solve for the force on a tilted wall from a fluid jet.
  • Part III: Macroscopic Momentum Balance - nozzle flow to tilted wall - Duration: 7:48.

    • 4 years ago
    • 1,946 views
    Dr. Morrison applies the conservation equations of fluid mechanics to solve for the force on a tilted wall from a fluid jet.
  • If I understand your question correctly, you have the b-side open to air (and the pressure at the top is Patm) and the a-side open to some other pressure Pa. If you do it my way, you get rho*g*h+Patm=Pa. In this case Pa is the absolute pressure. If you do it your tutor's way and say the pressure at the top is zero (gauge pressure), then you get rho*g*h=Pa but now Pa is in gauge pressure. In typical gauges, they read zero when open to atmosphere.

    Introduction to Manometers: Two Essential Rules - Duration: 4:52.

    • 5 years ago
    • 96,795 views
    Dr. Faith Morrison shows how you can solve any manometer problem with just two rules: 1) pressure is equal at equal elevations in the same fluid and 2) pressure at the bottom of a column of fluid e...
  • Fluid Force on a Surface: Part 2 - Duration: 6:59.

    • 5 years ago
    • 3,258 views
    Part 2 of a two-part video in which Dr. Faith Morrison explains how to calculate force on a wall in a flow.
  • Fluid Force on a Surface: Part 1 - Duration: 8:58.

    • 5 years ago
    • 7,683 views
    Part 1 of a two part video in which Dr. Faith Morrison shows how to calculate forces on a surface in a flow.
  • Calculating Flow Rate from Velocity Profile - Duration: 10:00.

    • 5 years ago
    • 44,548 views
    Dr. Faith Morrison from Michigan Technological University shows how to calculate volumetric flow rate first from a flow with constant velocity and then second from flows with variable velocity.
  • Unit-conversion Issues with the Mech Energy Balance - Duration: 4:10.

    • 5 years ago
    • 1,451 views
    Dr. Faith Morrison gives a minilecture on the different units in the terms of the mechanical energy balance. With the understanding from this video, you need never worry about g_c.
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