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oughness we really needed roughness for the copepodtoo if the appendages grow and or present themselves with di erent length scale ratioswith respect to the original characteristic length scale of the copepod s size hence wehaveCD g ReDFirst let s consider a sphere As already discussed the L2 term is typically taken as anarea Hence for a sphere we take L2 D2 4 where D is the diameter of the sphere

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CEE 3310 Dimensional Analysis Similitude Oct 24 2014 115 5 5 ReviewDimensional AnalysisBuckingham Pi Theorem k n rwhere k is the number of dimensionless numbers s n is the number of dimensionalvariables and r is the number of physical dimensionsCopepod Drag Force Cf g Re orF V LgV 2 L2Found the above relationship two ways - by inspection and by a formal Buckingham Pianalysis5 6 How Can We Interpre...

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F11 3310 L09 Notes

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Cee331 9

CEE3319.dvi Chapter 3Control Volume Analysis3 1 ReviewHydrostatic force on curved surfacesPressure PrismLine of Action3 2 Systems Control VolumesA system is a particular collection of matter separated from everything external by imag-inary or real closed boundaries4748A systems mass is conserved This is so fundamental in solid mechanics that it is notoften written downdmm const or 0dtwhich is a fu...

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Cee331lab3 03

Microsoft Word - CEE331Lab3-edited.doc CEE 331 Lab 3 Page 1 of 8Lab 3 Conservation Equations and the Hydraulic JumpCEE 331 Fall 2003SafetyThe major safety hazard in this laboratory is a shock hazard Given that you will be workingwith water and items running on standard line voltages the computer you should pay attentionto the possibility of electric shock The two flumes have a few very small leaks...

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