syllabus - MAE 103 Elementary Fluid Mechanics Winter 2008...

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MAE 103: Elementary Fluid Mechanics Winter 2008 Lecture: MW 10:00-11:50 am, KNSY PV 1240B Instructor: John Kim Office: 46-147J, Engineering IV Phone: 310-825-4393 E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: MW 8:00-9:50 am, or by appointment Course Website: Discussion: F 8:00-9:50 am, BH 9436, T 12:00-1:50 pm, BH 5264 TA: Bernie Rajamani ( [email protected] ), Kevin Lu ([email protected]) TA Office: TBA TA Office Hours: TBA Textbook: Fluid Mechanics, 6 th ed., White, McGraw Hill Prerequisites: Math 32B, 33A; Physics 1B Midterm: Tentatively , Wednesday, February 13, 10:00-11:50 am Final: Monday, March 17, 3-6 pm Grade: 30% Homework, 30% Midterm, 40% Final Please Note : 1. Class attendance is not mandatory . If you decide to attend a lecture, however, you must come on time . We will start at 10:05 am . If you decide to skip a lecture, it is your responsibility to obtain information regarding handouts, homework, exams, and other announcement made available during the class. Ask your colleagues in the class for handouts and class materials, etc, since I will not keep extras. 2. In general I will not have much time to show how to apply theories/concepts/tools discussed in class to solving various fluid mechanics problems, and therefore, it is essential for you to attend a discussion
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