EXIT THIS SURVEY Exit this survey Subject content: Conservation Equations of Fluid Mechanics 1. * 1. Please think how you learned this section. What did you find to be helpful? Please tick all that apply. 1. Read the Powerpoint notes. 2. Wrote down the notes on paper to see if you agreed with the logic 3. Read the textbook 4. Tried the examples in the Solved Problems library 5. Solved old tests given by the instructor 6. Asked friends * 2. Please list the top 5 concepts that you learned in this module. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. * 3. What concepts pose(d) difficulties for you? Please discuss, and also how you solved the difficulty if you did. * 4. Explain as to a 6th grader, the Integral Form of the Momentum Conservation Equation. What physical law does it come from? What is a control volume and why do we use it? What does an Integral do? What are the Unsteady, Convective, Pressure and Viscous Terms? * 5. There is a tube (call it O-Zone, why not?) leading from the exhaust of my "new" lawn tiller, to the gizmo where the fuel comes from the fuel tank up through a small hole, and then there is another tube going from there into the engine. I could not pull-start the tiller, though I could press the primer and then it would pull-start for an instant and then die. I found a big hole in O-Zone. Could this explain why no fuel was coming in, except when I pressed the primer? Explain as to a 6-th grader so that I can understand. * 6. Explain the Integral Form of the Energy Equation in words, without looking in the notes. * 7. How do you relate integrals over a volume to integrals over the area enclosing the volume? Name the theorem/identity, and explain it in words. * 8. How do you relate integrals over an area in a plane, to an integral around a line enclosing the area? Name the theorem/identity, and explain it in words. * 9. What if any is the difference between the Divergence Theorem and the Gradient Theorem? Can you reduce one to the other? Explain how/ why not. * 10. State in words how to expand the Divergence of the product of a scalar and a vector. Done