By G. Hauke
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In general, we can deﬁne the convective ﬂux of a ﬂuid property as follows. 10 (Convective ﬂux). 29) S where φ is the property per unit mass. It represents the amount of that property that crosses the surface S per unit time. For example, for the property mass, mass per unit mass is the unity, φ = 1, and the mass ﬂow rate deﬁnition is recovered. The volumetric ﬂux is recovered for φ = 1/ρ. For the ﬂux of internal energy, the internal energy per unit mass is φ = e, where e represents the speciﬁc internal energy.
What we have done is to obtain all the trajectories of the particles that were injected in the ﬂow ﬁeld before the present time t. 3. Eliminate ξ. 10 (Streakline). In the ﬂow ﬁeld of the previous example, determine the streakline that passes by x0 , y0 . Solution. Integration of the equation of motion yields x = C1 e(t+1) y 2 = C2 e(t−1) 2 26 2 Elementary Fluid Kinematics Now, in order to determine the integration constants C1 , C2 , we search the particles that at time ξ passed by x0 , y0 : 2 x0 = C1 e(ξ+1) y0 = C2 e(ξ−1) C1 = x0 /e(ξ+1) C2 = y0 /e(ξ−1) 2 yielding 2 2 Substituting, x x0 y y0 = e(t+1) 2 −(ξ+1)2 2 −(ξ−1)2 = e(t−1) The parameter ξ represents the diﬀerent particles that make the streakline.
These stresses are gathered in the stress tensor. 1 (Stress tensor). 2 (Components of the stress tensor). The component τij of the stress tensor is the stress that acts on the plane perpendicular to the axis i and in the direction of the axis j for foreground faces and in the opposite direction for background faces. z y x Fig. 2. Positive stresses that act upon the foreground faces of an elemental cube. 1. Foreground faces are those where the normal vector is aligned to a coordinate axis and background faces those where the normal vector is in the opposite direction to a coordinate axis.
An Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena (Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications) by G. Hauke