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Fluid Mechanics I

Jafar Ghazanfarian

Level: Undergraduate

 

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Syllabus & Schedule

Lecture Notes (UC)

Textbook

-     Course Description

This is an introduction to the basic phenomena and principles of fluid flow. Topics include fluid properties, fluid statics, conservation of mass, fluid lines, Lagrangian and Eulerian points of view, momentum and energy in their integral form, and Bernoulli’s equation. Emphasis is on quantitative analysis of velocities, pressures, temperature, shear stresses. The course is presented for audiences of primarily 2nd and 3rd year engineering students with the knowledge of statics and calculus.

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Marks

Exams & Solutions

Midterm

Final

Projects

Project#1

Project#2 (2/20 Extra Credit)

Homework

HW#1

HW#2

HW#3

HW#4

HW#5

HW#6

Attention: All homework problems are selected from the text book: “Fluid Mechanics” by F. M. White.