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Problem: For an incompressible boundary layer with surface mass removal (suction), the momentum- integral equation is modified slightly and becomes de where CQ-_Uw/ue ls the (dimensionless) suction coefficient, and is the suction velocity. The horizontal velocity is given by u (z, y-ue (z)(1-expl_y/1(r)}, where tle(r) s freestream velocity (a) Compute skin friction, cf, displacement thickness, δ*, momentum thickness, θ, and shape fac. (b) IfCoRe,-1/2, solve for 0(x) in terms of ue (z), assuming θ(zo)-6, and ue (zo)-uo where and ((r) is a length scale tor, H. HINT: Do all integrals from y = 0 to y → oo. to is a reference point Answer: H =2Lu lu

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