Spring 2014 EML 3701 Syllabus

Spring 2014 EML 3701 Syllabus - EML 3701 Fluid Mechanics I...

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EML 3701 Fluid Mechanics I Spring 2014, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:00 AM 10:15 AM, HPA 119 INSTRUCTOR : Dr. Tian Tian, Room 311, Engineering I, [email protected] , (407) 823-6601 Office hours : TR 11:30 AM 12:20 PM ( For grading issues, please go see the TAs first ) TA: Yan Wei [email protected] (Tuesday 3:00 PM-5:30 PM, Engr. #1, Room 375) Johan Rodriguez [email protected] (MW 4:30 5:30 pm, Engr. #1, Room 375) TEXTBOOK : Introduction to Fluid Mechanics , Fox, Pritchard, & McDonald (Not required) TOPICS: 1. Fundamental Concepts (Chapter 1&2) 2. Fluid Statics (Chapter 3) 3. Flow Equations in Integral Form (Chapter 4) 4. Differential Analysis of Fluid Motion (Chapter 5) 5. Internal Viscous Flow (Chapter 8) 6. Incompressible Inviscid Flow (Chapter 6) GRADING: Diagnostic test (first class) 1% Mid-semester survey 2% Four homework assignments (webcourses PDF submission only) 15% Quizzes (Best 3 of 4, closed book closed notes) 12% Mid-term 1 (Closed book closed notes) 20% Mid-term 2 (Closed book closed notes) 20% Final exam (Closed book closed notes) 30% Final Grading Scale: A: 89.6-100; B: 79.6-89.5; C: 69.6-79.5; D: 59.6-69.5; F: less than 59.5 Any lowering of this scale will be at the discretion of the instructor and should not be expected by students.
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