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Course Language:

English

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Course Objectives:

The aim of the course is to provide students with knowledge about the engineering properties of fluids, to derive, explain and apply the conservation and motion equations for fluids and to apply fluid properties and conservation equations to different flow cases.

Course Content:

Dimensional analysis and dimensional homogeneity. Physical properties of fluids. Hydrostatics, pressure, manometers. Hydrostatic forces. Uplift force, center of buoyancy and balance of floating bodies. Fluid kinematics: Eulerian and Lagrangian approaches. Steady flow, uniform flow. Stream function, potential function, vorticity and circulation. Conservation equations in ideal fluids: Continuity Equation, flow rate and applications. Impulse-momentum equation and applications. Bernoulli Equation and applications. Flow of real fluids, viscousity and turbulence effects, NavierStokes equation. Energy loss in one-dimensional flow and applications. Wave motion basics. Diffusion and dispersion.

Course Methodology:

1: Lecture by instructor, 3: Problem solving by instructor, 5: Problem solving, 7: Laboratory work

Course Evaluation Methods:

A: Written exam, B: Multiple-choice examC:Take-home quiz, D: Experimentreport, E: Homework, F: Project, G: Presentation by student, H: Interactive application assignments