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 Jean Giraud #1 Posted : 22 April 2022 18:21:04(UTC) Rank: GuestGroups: Registered Joined: 04/07/2015(UTC)Posts: 6,866Was thanked: 981 time(s) in 809 post(s) Solve ADVANCED Productive Copy.sm (327kb) downloaded 44 time(s).
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 Razonar #2 Posted : 23 April 2022 11:07:13(UTC) Rank: Advanced MemberGroups: Registered Joined: 28/08/2014(UTC)Posts: 1,390Was thanked: 845 time(s) in 534 post(s) Originally Posted by: Jean Giraud ... Solve ADVANCED Productive Copy.sm (327kb) downloaded 44 time(s).Again? If you had used true units and not fake ones, you would have realized that, as its name very well indicates, the "Mach number" is just that... a number, dimensionless, as numbers usually are. The Mach number has to be multiplied by the speed of sound at that height, which with an atmosphere model other than NASA's K-12 for kids, would give the temperature at which to evaluate c = sqrt(γ*R*T ), to, now yes, get the speed knowing the height and the reading of the Machmeter ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machmeter ) with u = M * c ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mach_number ) and not simply multiplying M by the speed of sound at sea level as in your example:Best regards.Alvaro. 1 user thanked Razonar for this useful post. on 23/04/2022(UTC)
 Razonar #3 Posted : 23 April 2022 11:32:53(UTC) Rank: Advanced MemberGroups: Registered Joined: 28/08/2014(UTC)Posts: 1,390Was thanked: 845 time(s) in 534 post(s) An example of how the Pitot tube and Mach number are used in industrial instrumentation, not only for aeronautical. From Potter & Wiggert, Fluids Mechanics, Schaum Series, Example 9.6 Best regards.Alvaro.
 mkraska #4 Posted : 23 April 2022 12:19:24(UTC) Rank: Advanced MemberGroups: Registered Joined: 15/04/2012(UTC)Posts: 1,999Was thanked: 1136 time(s) in 730 post(s) Perfect example that using SI units doesn't guarantee clean physics/maths/engineering.The second equal sign in the equation for V.1 is plain wrong. To the left there is a velocity, to the right there is a dimensionless number. Either they forgot the units (m/s) or they forgot to write {V.1} to indicate they mean the number, using the notation for a quantity being the product of numeric value and unit m={m}[m]. But then the respective unit should be indicated somewhere.The correct way would have been to substitute the values including their units. Substituting just the numbers is a frequently seen type of laziness.So it is not an example for clean handling of physical quantities. Many engineering books show this kind of disrespect to the equal sign for intermediate calculations Here we have second level disrespect by not even giving the unit of the result.On the other hand: a unitless intermediate formula and a result with units would mean even two disrespected equal signs instead of only one in the above example Martin Kraska Pre-configured portable distribution of SMath Studio: https://smath.com/wiki/SMath_with_Plugins.ashx
 overlord #5 Posted : 23 April 2022 13:23:57(UTC) Rank: Advanced MemberGroups: Registered Joined: 23/07/2013(UTC)Posts: 1,134Was thanked: 516 time(s) in 344 post(s) Originally Posted by: mkraska Perfect example that using SI units doesn't guarantee clean physics/maths/engineering.My intention is not to be an opposing force but actually they are. You have noticed the irregularity via using SI units.Problem is not "using SI units", it is "not using SI units".Originally Posted by: mkraska The second equal sign in the equation for V.1 is plain wrong. To the left there is a velocity, to the right there is a dimensionless number. By to look of page design, my diagnosis is lazy LaTeX writing. I agree, author should be more careful.
 Razonar #6 Posted : 23 April 2022 13:28:44(UTC) Rank: Advanced MemberGroups: Registered Joined: 28/08/2014(UTC)Posts: 1,390Was thanked: 845 time(s) in 534 post(s) Originally Posted by: mkraska Perfect example that using SI units doesn't guarantee clean physics/maths/engineering....Absolutely agree. In addition, the pressures are in kPa, but R in J/kg/K, which is not so common, since they are usually kJ instead of J. With which, at first glance, the only thing that saves affirming that the speed It should be in km/s instead of m/s, it would be folly because it is very large.From the same publisher, but now Fluid Mechanics with hydraulics and others authors, more or less the same calculation with Pitot, another little gem: lb/ft^2 as a unit of pressure, but they can also call it psf, I guess depending on his mood. When they don't clarify lbf or kgf it's just a matter of time before they get a force wrong by a factor of 10 at some point. Best regards.Alvaro.
 Jean Giraud #7 Posted : 23 April 2022 16:56:53(UTC) Rank: GuestGroups: Registered Joined: 04/07/2015(UTC)Posts: 6,866Was thanked: 981 time(s) in 809 post(s) Originally Posted by: Razonar "Mach number" is just that... a number, dimensionless,The demo is neutral about solving on the canvas.Publish more/adapt ... for Smath Community.
 overlord #8 Posted : 23 April 2022 19:08:49(UTC) Rank: Advanced MemberGroups: Registered Joined: 23/07/2013(UTC)Posts: 1,134Was thanked: 516 time(s) in 344 post(s) Originally Posted by: Razonar Again? If you had used true units and not fake ones..."Father, forgive them, for they don't know what they are doing."
 Razonar #9 Posted : 24 April 2022 00:06:36(UTC) Rank: Advanced MemberGroups: Registered Joined: 28/08/2014(UTC)Posts: 1,390Was thanked: 845 time(s) in 534 post(s) I have no idea how many mistakes things I've uploaded or written here can have. But I remember several times that I have corrected some of them. Once I made a mistake in making a triangle in 3 dimensions, and I don't remember if it was Fridel, Martin, Davide or who corrected it but without saying that I was wrong. I also remember several mistakes of mine about RPM and temperature units. Another mistake that I remember well was when Sergio (Pompelmo) made several observations to me in a Newton-Raphson solver because it was quite poorly done and with errors, and the truth is that it was hard for me to see where I had made a mistake, but he was very patient, giving me time to that I could see it. Another gentleman. But I don't recall ever saying that my proposals were neutral rather than wrong. These bugs on Colebrook, Atmospheric Air, Pitot, Mach number, Power and Energy, Poisse... are several years old, over a decade old. That and your disrespect for the native cultures of your own country led me to exhaust my patience and I should abandon all conception of neutrality.Best regards.Alvaro.
 Jean Giraud #10 Posted : 24 April 2022 01:41:54(UTC) Rank: GuestGroups: Registered Joined: 04/07/2015(UTC)Posts: 6,866Was thanked: 981 time(s) in 809 post(s) Originally Posted by: Razonar I also remember several mistakes of mine about RPM and temperature unitsAlvaro, remember I help you about torque.
 Razonar #11 Posted : 24 April 2022 03:43:04(UTC) Rank: Advanced MemberGroups: Registered Joined: 28/08/2014(UTC)Posts: 1,390Was thanked: 845 time(s) in 534 post(s) Originally Posted by: Jean Giraud Originally Posted by: Razonar I also remember several mistakes of mine about RPM and temperature unitsAlvaro, remember I help you about torque.That's the point: You don't. In spanish we say "sostenella y no enmendalla" ( http://etimologias.dechi...stenella-y-no-enmendalla ). Torque have dimensions of energy, but in your pseudo scientific unitless world, it has units of forceOriginally Posted by: Jean Giraud Notice that can't find torque.Torque is just visual popular equivalent of force ... kgf, kNMartin help there. You only insist on the misuse of the units, whatever the system (SI, CGS, MKS, FPS, ENG, ...). You have helped me several times, but precisely not in the case of torque. I remember for example your help with selecting points on a graph, in the Mathcad forum. I also remember asking Mona to delete a post of yours because of the things you said, and I decided then to forget that incident.But there is no way to explain to you that the units of torque are not kgf, nor those of the Mach number kph, nor the differences between static and dynamic viscosity, nor many other things: "sostenella y no enmendalla"Best regards.Alvaro. 2 users thanked Razonar for this useful post. on 24/04/2022(UTC),  on 24/04/2022(UTC)
 Jean Giraud #12 Posted : 24 April 2022 18:28:30(UTC) Rank: GuestGroups: Registered Joined: 04/07/2015(UTC)Posts: 6,866Was thanked: 981 time(s) in 809 post(s) Originally Posted by: Razonar units of torque are not kgf, nor those of the Mach number kph,My typo kgf instead of kgf/m can be noticed with Collab respect.1 Mach = ... kph, Web zombie.
 overlord #13 Posted : 24 April 2022 18:52:41(UTC) Rank: Advanced MemberGroups: Registered Joined: 23/07/2013(UTC)Posts: 1,134Was thanked: 516 time(s) in 344 post(s) Originally Posted by: Jean Giraud My typo kgf instead of kgf/m can be noticed with Collab respect.1 Mach = ... kphPretty sure those are not typo. You don't know how to work with units, simple as that.Most of your calculations has that mistakes, you even despise people who told you to correct your failures.If those were just typos any sane person should have been corrected after 4-6 years.On the contrary you are still snubbing everyone and posting your full of mistakes samples.Worse, when you are cornered you simply draw "billion dollar nuclear plant and golden bridge award" card.I will continuously say you are not a good engineer, simple as that. And your mistake are not typos.Because, you still wrote Mach = .. kph or kgf/m for torque unit or force. Unclear over there.NEITHER IT IS NOT!!! It is N*m for torque, N for force, m for distance. (or 1kgf for 9.807N)Mach number has no units, it doesn't have kph for unit. IT IS JUST A NUMBER!!!You should also correct your kW/hr mistake for power (W) too, also cP usage instead of cSt.I feel sometimes I am talking to a wall. 1 user thanked overlord for this useful post. on 25/04/2022(UTC)
 Jean Giraud #14 Posted : 24 April 2022 23:57:33(UTC) Rank: GuestGroups: Registered Joined: 04/07/2015(UTC)Posts: 6,866Was thanked: 981 time(s) in 809 post(s) Originally Posted by: overlord I will continuously say you are not a good engineer, simple as that.Ask the Smath Community if your personal addressed bashing helps.
 overlord #15 Posted : 25 April 2022 00:10:30(UTC) Rank: Advanced MemberGroups: Registered Joined: 23/07/2013(UTC)Posts: 1,134Was thanked: 516 time(s) in 344 post(s) Originally Posted by: Jean Giraud Originally Posted by: overlord I will continuously say you are not a good engineer, simple as that.Ask the Smath Community if your personal addressed bashing helps. It helps to see new users how horribly erroneus your calculations are.I am sure of it, deal with it. You will be addressed every time you blather.
 churichuro #16 Posted : 25 April 2022 01:04:44(UTC) Rank: Advanced MemberGroups: Registered Joined: 27/03/2019(UTC)Posts: 76Location: coahWas thanked: 27 time(s) in 22 post(s) each and every one of the overlord posts serve me incredibly well, they are very accurate and illustrative 1 user thanked churichuro for this useful post. on 25/04/2022(UTC)
 churichuro #17 Posted : 25 April 2022 01:09:06(UTC) Rank: Advanced MemberGroups: Registered Joined: 27/03/2019(UTC)Posts: 76Location: coahWas thanked: 27 time(s) in 22 post(s) In fact, all the messages of almost all of them (except one in particular) are very useful, thank you very much to all of them except one. 1 user thanked churichuro for this useful post. on 25/04/2022(UTC)
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