• Applied Fluid Dynamics
    • School of Naval Architecture,Ocean & Civil Engineering
    • Credit. 2
    • EM402
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    • WILL BEGIN
    • Fall , 2015
    • 1027
    • Course Description:
    • ( Exchange Programme )
    • Applied Fluid Mechanics is an introductory course in fluid mechanics. The objective of the course is to demonstrate some principles of fluid mechanics and methods of analysis to students, and expect them to be able to use these principles and relatively simple mathematical tools to cope with the most basic flow problems, including those they have not encountered before. The physical concepts will be emphasized throughout to help students model the variety of phenomena that occur in real fluid flow situations, and the systematic and fundamental approaches will be adopted in problem solving. The course encourages students develop confidence in their ability to apply the material and reason out solutions to rather challenging problems.
    • Course Syllabus:
    • 1. Apply the basic equation of fluid statics to compute the pressure variation in a static fluid.
      2. Use a control volume analysis to assess the gross behavior of flow field and its effect on various devices.
      3. Solve simple cases of the equations of fluid motion in differential form to obtain detailed point-by-point knowledge of the flow field.
      4. Determine the independent and dependent dimensionless parameters based on dimensional analysis and correlation of experimental data and obtained dimensionless coefficients by nondimensionalizing the governing differential equations of a problem.
      5. Analyze both laminar flow and semi-empirical turbulent flow problems of internal viscous incompressible flows.
      6. Estimate the lift and drag from some simple external viscous incompressible flows.
    • Schedule:
    • Introduction, math review and fundamental concepts/2 credit hours.
      Methods of analysis and description, continuum, fluid stresses, fluid flow classification/4 credit hours.
      Fluid statics, pressure and hydrostatic force on submerged surfaces/4 credit hours.
      Basic equations in integral form for a control volume/6 credit hours.
      Introduction to differential analysis of fluid motion and compressible inviscid flow/8 credit hours.
      Dimensional analysis and similitude/2 credit hours.
      Review lecture/problem session/2 credit hours.
      Internal incompressible viscous flows/2 credit hours.
      External incompressible viscous flows/2 credit hours.
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  • Prerequisite Course:

  • Textbooks:

    Textbook: Robert W. Fox et al.: Introduction to Fluid Mechanics, John Wiley & Sons 2004.
  • Grading:

    10% Attendance
    15% Classroom presentation
    75% Final examination
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