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Mechanical Engineering Student at Georgia Tech

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Feb
3
accepted What does the absence of hydrodynamic entrance effects do to the momentum conservation Equation?
Jan
30
comment What does the absence of hydrodynamic entrance effects do to the momentum conservation Equation?
Also, Someone just tried to tell me that even thought the flow velocity profile does not change with time or space, the magnitude of the velocity does change
Jan
30
comment What does the absence of hydrodynamic entrance effects do to the momentum conservation Equation?
@Bernhard, I assuming you are hinting towards the fact velocity profile does not change with time or space. Am I right?
Jan
29
asked What does the absence of hydrodynamic entrance effects do to the momentum conservation Equation?
Jan
27
accepted Trying to turn a nonlinear differential equation into a linear one
Jan
19
asked Trying to turn a nonlinear differential equation into a linear one
Dec
28
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
3
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
4
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
8
accepted What is the characteristic length of a cylinder
Oct
4
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
9
comment Which pressure to use in the $T~ds$ equation?
We have never learned about $\mu dN$ in class and there is no outlet in the specified problem
Sep
8
asked Which pressure to use in the $T~ds$ equation?
Sep
8
comment Shouldn't the sign of generated entropy always be positive?
I changed the temperature to Kelvin in the natural log arguments so hopefully it is correct now
Sep
8
comment Shouldn't the sign of generated entropy always be positive?
I just changed the temperature to Kelvin in the natural log arguments so everything should be right now I hope
Sep
8
revised Shouldn't the sign of generated entropy always be positive?
Converted the temperature to Kelvin for the natural log arguments
Sep
8
comment Shouldn't the sign of generated entropy always be positive?
I did use Kelvin when calculating $\Delta Q/T$. I think I messed up by not using Kelvin in the natural log arguments for the lead.
Sep
8
comment Shouldn't the sign of generated entropy always be positive?
So I should use Kelvin in the natural log arguments for the entropy changes of the lead?
Sep
8
comment Shouldn't the sign of generated entropy always be positive?
I added an edit of my actual calculations. So please let me know what I did wrong
Sep
8
comment Shouldn't the sign of generated entropy always be positive?
I added complete calculations of my problem