Archive for November, 2015

Blood Flow in the Body – An Application of Fluid Engineering

Blood Flow in the Body – An Application of Fluid Engineering

The flow of blood within the human body is an interesting application for these principles of fluids engineering. The circulatory system is regulated in part by muscles in the arterial walls that contract and expand to control how much blood will flow through different parts of the body. Blood pressure is determined by the output of the heart and by the extent […]

November 9, 2015 | By | Reply More
Principles of Fluid Flows in Pipes- Pressure Drop & Flow Rate

Principles of Fluid Flows in Pipes- Pressure Drop & Flow Rate

A practical application for the concepts of pressure, viscosity, and the Reynolds number is the flow of fluids through pipes, hoses, and ducts. In addition to distributing water, gasoline, natural gas, air, and other fluids, pipe flow is also an important topic for biomedical studies of the human circulatory system (Figure). Blood flows through the arteries and veins in […]

November 8, 2015 | By | Reply More
Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions part – 3

Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions part – 3

Hello !! Fellow Mecha students and Mechanical Engineers. This is the 3rd part of the Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions. Those who have missed the first two parts can go through these links . Mechanical Question for interview – 1  Mechanical Question for interview-2  Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions for Graduates and Students What is fluid ? What […]

November 5, 2015 | By | Reply More