Introduction to Fluid Mechanics, Fox and McDonald's, John Wiley & Sons
Learning Objectives - Last names A-L
The aim of this course is to provide the ability to predict, study, and describe fluid behaviour
cc2: Knowledge and understanding of the relevant laws of physics (mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics) and chemistry in the field of industrial engineering and understanding of the role of these laws in the formulation of representative models of tangible reality.
ca2: Applying knowledge and understanding related to the physical and chemical field to solve mono-disciplinary problems of chemistry, applied chemistry, mechanics, electromagnetism and theoretical thermodynamics as a basis for mechanical engineering problems.
Prerequisites - Last names A-L
mathematics and physics
Teaching Methods - Last names A-L
classroom, theory and exercise
Further information - Last names A-L
Type of Assessment - Last names A-L
Written exercise followed by the oral examination.
The student must solve a brief engineering problem involving the course subjects. The student is then asked to orally answer one or more questions to the end of assessing his/her ability to explain notions of fluid dynamics.
The student must demonstrate his/her ability to discuss the course subjects and to apply methods and notions to the solutions of simplified engineering problems.
Course program - Last names A-L
INTRODUCTION: Definition of fluid, integral and differential analysis methods.
BASIC CONCEPTS: Flow as a continuum, flow and stress field, viscosity and Newtonian fluid.
FLUID STATICS: Basic equations and buoyancy.
BASIC EQUATIONS AND CONTROL VOLUME METHOD: Integral equations of continuity, momentum and energy.
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS FOR A FLUID FLOW: Continuity Equation, flow field, momentum end energy equation.
INCOMPRESSIBLE INVISCID FLOW: Basic Equations , Euler Equations, Bernoulii Equation, total quantities.
INTERNAL INCOMPRESSIBLE VISCOUS FLOW: Laminar and turbulent flows in pipes, losses and Moody diagram.
EXTERNAL INCOMPRESSIBLE VISCOUS FLOW: Concept of laminar and turbulent boundary layer, transition, integral equation of the boundary layer, lift and drag.
COMPRESSIBLE FLOW: Sound speed and Mach number. Basic equation of one-dimensional compressible flow, Fanno and Rayleigh line.