Chapter 1 - MEM 320 Fluid Dynamics I Catalog Description...

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1MEM 320 Fluid Dynamics ICatalog Description: Covers equation of motion for compressible flow; static, total, and stagnation concepts; one-dimensional isentropic, normal shock, including Fanno and Rayleigh flows and choked flow; two-dimensional supersonic flow, including Prandtl-Meyer flow and oblique shocks; analysis and design of compressible flow devices, including supersonic nozzles, diffusers, wind tunnels, inlets, and combustors
Continuum fluid mechanicsInviscid(ViscousCompressible Incompressible Compressible IncompressibleFluid flows can also be classified under regimes :Laminar ----- motion of laminae or layersTurbulent ----- random three-dimensional motion of fluid particles superimposed on the mean motion2In MEM 320 we shall primarily focus on Inviscid Compressible Flows (Gas Dynamics)
Gas Dynamics(Will this be different from fluid dynamics?)

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