REV2 ME 342 Fluid Mechanic Syllabus Fall '07

REV2 ME 342 Fluid Mechanic Syllabus Fall '07 - ME-342 FLUID...

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ME-342 FLUID MECHANICS (Fall 2007) (Rev 2-- 11/15) INSTRUCTOR : Dr. David Dietz, PE [email protected] x5450 TA: Mr Ertan Serince [email protected] x TIME : Lectures: Monday 2 PM (E308) and Thursday 12 PM E308 Lab: AS SCHEDULED BY ERTAN Office Hours 10:30- 11:30 [email protected] 2 nd Floor Rocco Building, 614 River Ter. Lab: AS SCHEDULED BY ERTAN TA Office Hours: Tues 2-3 Thurs 2-3 2 nd Floor Carnegie Building, Hudson St. (left front corner Location) TEXTBOOK : Fluid Mechanics, F.M. White, McGraw-Hill, 6 th edition, 2008 This book is on reserve in the library under my name. COURSE SCHEDULE : Lecture No. Topics Chapter 1,2 Basic Concepts of fluids, properties and exp. data 1.1 - 1.1 3,4,5 Fluid pressure ,buoyancy, velocity and acceleration 2.1 - 2.10 6,7,8,9 Integral Relationship for Control Volume Analysis 3.1- 3.7 10 (brief) Differential Relationships for Fluid Flow
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