Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics Questions and Answers  




Split the problem into simpler 2D parts. For instance, in the top view, the angle indicated shows that $u_2=\cos(30^\circ)\cdot (q_2)_{xz}$. But here $(q_2)_{xz}=u_2^2+w_2^2$. Similarly, in the front view.. Then link the $(q_2)_{xz}$ and $(q_2)_{xy}$ together somehow.




No, $q_2^2$ is not equal to $(q_2)^2_{xy} + (q_2)^2_{xz}$.




The number of Q/As per page is fixed to 12 only because more would lead to a too long rendering time (when processing the math in LATEX).




Not yet. Thanks for the reminder, will do this ASAP.




If you must assume steady state to prove that $H$ is conserved on a streamline then do so.



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