• Industrial Fluid Mechanics
    • School of Mechanical Engineering
    • Credit. 3
    • EM003
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    • CURRENT
    • Fall , 2015
    • 803
    • Course Description:
    • ( Exchange Programme )
    • It is the Major Required and Core Subjects for Mechanical and Power machinery Engineering students. The course objectives include:
      1) Articulate the properties that distinguish fluids from other forms of matter, and the broad range of engineering applications and natural phenomena that involve fluid mechanics.
      2) Understand and analyze the basic moving equations on flow field, for example, correctly interpret the physical meaning of Bernoulli equation, boundary layer equations, and estimate levels of approximation in engineering models.
      3) Understand the meaning of laminar flow and turbulent flow, estimate the flow loss in viscous fluid flow.
      4) Understand the concepts of sonic speed, Mach cone and Shock wave in compressible flow field, estimate the steady 1D isentropic flow in pipe flow with various cross section.
      5) Apply basic principles to engineering analysis, and apply dimensional analysis and similitude to the design of experiments, and to the representation and interpretation of data. Properly interpret the Reynolds number and other fundamental nondimensional parameters, and their roles in defining regimes of fluid flows.
      6) Apply basic principles to finish experiments for parameters testing.
    • Course Syllabus:
    • 1. Articulate the properties that distinguish fluids from other forms of matter, and the broad range of engineering applications and natural phenomena that involve fluid mechanics.
      2. Interpret the concepts of fluid flow, such as viscosity, density, imcompressible flow and compressible flow, viscous flow and inviscid flow, continuous medium.
      3. Understand Pascal's law, Basic equation for pressure field, Pressure variation in a fluid at rest, measurement of pressure, Manometry, hydrostatic force on a plane and curved surface, and Buoyancy.
      4. Apply concepts of vector fields (velocity and streamlines, force and acceleration), scalar fields (pressure, density, temperature), and vector differential and integral calculus to engineering analysis of fluids systems, and to the interpretation of flow physics through the conservation laws and flow visualization.
      5. Apply Newton’s second law along a streamline, Newton’s second law normal to a streamline. Understand the concepts of static, Stagnation, Dynamic, and Total pressure, discuss Bernoulli equation. Energy line and Hydraulic grade line.
      6. Apply differential analysis on velocity and acceleration fields, linear deformation, angular deformation, conservation equations.
      7. Derive stress-deformation relation and Navier-Stokes Equation; apply NS equation to analyze Couette flow, Poiseuile flow; Understand general charactistic of pipe flow: laminar, turbulent, entrance region; fully developed turbulent flow, Moody chart, minor losses; discuss pipe flow problems; pipe flowrate measurement, laminar and turbulent flow models.
      8. Apply basic principles of dimensional homogeneity to engineering analysis, and apply dimensional analysis and similitude to the design of experiments, and to the representation and interpretation of data. Properly interpret the Reynolds number and other fundamental nondimensional parameters, and their roles in defining regimes of fluid flows.
      9.Experiments
      1) Principle of Pitot Pipe and visualization of fluid flow pattern
      2) Reynolds experiment in pipe
      3) Flow Drag testing
    • Schedule:
    • 1. Sept. 15 Introduction to Fluid Flow 1.1,1.2
      2. Sept. 17 Fluid Properties, Speed of Sound, Viscosity 1.3-1.5, 1.6,1.7
      3. Sept. 18 Student Conversation(one by one, 3-4 hours)
      4. Sept. 22 Fluid Statics, Pressure Equation, Manometry 2.1-2.9
      5. Sept. 24 Buoyancy, Pressure Variation in a fluid with Rigid-body motion 2.112.12
      6. Sept. 29 Flow Phenomena, Newton’s second Law, Bernoulli equation(Quiz 1) 3.1-3.5
      7. Oct. 8 Bernoulli equation application, Energy line 3.6-3.8
      8. Oct. 13 Fluid Kinematics: Control volume method, Reynolds Transport Theorem 4.1 - 4.4
      9. Oct. 15 Continuity Equation & application 5.1
      10. Oct. 20 Momentum and Moment-of-Momentum equations & application (Quiz 2) 5.2
      11. Oct. 22 Energy equation & application 5.3
      12. Oct. 27 Mid-term Exam (Tuesday, 10:00-12:00am)
      13. Oct. 29 Fluid velocity analysis 6.1
      14. Nov. 3 Differential analysis for mass flow, momentum 6.2-6.3
      15. Nov. 5 Inviscid flow, Basic potential flow, viscous flow analysis and application 6.4, 6.8
      16. Nov. 10 Reynolds number. Velocity profile for laminar flow and turbulent flow (Quiz 3) 8.1- 8.3
      17. Nov. 12 Entry length in pipe and fully developed flow, Flow losses in pipe 8.4
      18. Nov. 17 Dimensional analysis 7.1
      19. Nov. 19 Buckingham Pi Theorem 7.2-7.4
      20. Nov. 24 Buckingham Pi Theorem application & BL 7.4,9.1
      21. Nov. 26 Boundary Layer Theory and Analysis(Quiz 4) 9.2
      22. Dec. 1 Drag and Lift 9.3, 9.4
      23. Dec. 3 Review lecture
      24. Dec. 8 Final Exam(Tuesday, 10:00-12:00am)
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    • Wang Tong
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    • twang@sjtu.edu.cn
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    • EDUCATION
      Sept. 1995-Jun. 1999 Institute of Fluid Machinery, Xi'an Jiaotong University
      Specialty: Fluid Machinery and Engineering (Ph. D)
      Sept. 1995-Jul. 1992 Division of Fluid Mechanics, Xi'an Jiaotong University
      Specialty: Fluid Machinery and Engineering (M. S.)
      Sept. 1988-Jul. 1992 Dept. of Power Engineering, Xi'an Jiaotong University
      Specialty: Refrigeration and Cryogenics Eng. (B. E.)

      WORKING EXPERIENCE
      2002 ~ Associate Professor, Shanghai Jiaotong University (SJTU)
      2001- 2002 Research Associate, Department of Mechanical Engineering
      Hong Kong Polytechnic University
      1999-2001 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, SJTU

      TEACHING COURSES
      Fluid Mechanics, Pump & Fan
      Advanced Fluid Mechanics for Engineering
      Computational Fluid Dynamics and Numerical Heat Transfer
      Gas Dynamics
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  • Prerequisite Course:

    Advanced Mathematics, Physics, Thermodynamics

  • Textbooks:

    Donald F. Young, Bruce R. Munson, Theodore H. Okiishi, Introduction to Fluid Mechanics( 5th edition), Join Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2012
  • Grading:

    Homework 20%
    Quiz 10%
    Experiment 10%
    Mid-term Exam 20%
    Final Exam 40%
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