Scale Models in Engineering - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080208602, 9781483138602

Scale Models in Engineering

1st Edition

Fundamentals and Applications

Authors: Richard I. Emori Dieterich J. Schuring
eBook ISBN: 9781483138602
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1977
Page Count: 312
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Description

Scale Models in Engineering: Fundamentals and Applications provides a simple and fundamental method of designing scale model experiments. This book is divided into two parts. Part I explores the background of scale modeling and explains the design procedure of scale models and experiments. The relaxation method commonly applied to conflicting requirements in model design is also analyzed. Part II is devoted to case studies selected from modern fields of model application. These studies have been interpreted uniformly.

This publication is designed not only as a college textbook for senior and graduate levels but also as a working reference for practicing engineers.

Table of Contents


Preface

Part I Fundamentals

Chapter 1 Introduction

Why Scale Model Experiments

Fields of Application

Chapter 2 Principles and Design of Scale Model Experiments

Fundamental Requirements

Primary and Secondary Scale Factors

Representative Quantities and Pi-numbers

The Law Approach

Principal and Common Pi-numbers

Equation and Parameter Approaches

Pilot and Production Experiments

Presentation of Test Results

Chapter 3 Relaxation of Design Requirements

Why Relaxation

Identifying Essential Laws

Disregarding Weak Laws

Circumventing Strong Laws

Synopsis

Bibliography

Part II Applications

Case Study 1 Dynamic Response of Structures

Penetration of Projectiles

Explosive Forming of Sheet Metal

Blast-loaded Structure

Case Study 2 Cavitation at Missile Entry into Water

Case Study 3 Sedimentation

Sediment Waves

Sedimentation in Tanks by Continuous Flow of Fluid

Localized Scour

Case Study 4 Urban Air Pollution

Case Study 5 Soil-Machine Interactions

Some Model Tests to Classify a Soil as Sand or Clay

Off-road Vehicle

Howitzer Foundation - Dynamic Response

Case Study 6 Equilibrium Temperature of a Large Tire

Case Study 7 Free-Burning Fires

Pulsating Fires and Pulsating Stars

Fog-dispersal on Runways

Flame Height

Case Study 8 Architectural Acoustics

Modeling Sound Waves

Modeling Sound-absorbing Materials

Modeling Air Attenuation

Modeling a Concert Hall

Case Study 9 Induction Furnace

Appendix A Problems

Appendix B Catalog of Principal Pi-numbers

Appendix C Notation

Appendix D SI and Other Units

Appendix E Answers to Problems

Appendix F Index

Details

No. of pages:
312
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1977
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483138602

About the Author

Richard I. Emori

Dieterich J. Schuring