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Lec_1_Wk_1_Introduction_Compatibility_Mode_ - Introduction...

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1 Introduction Lecture 1 Week 1 MZA@UTPChemEFluidMech Outline • Definition of fluid mechanics • Concept of shear stress • Properties of fluid • Density and specific gravity • Specific weight • Viscosity • Surface tension MZA@UTPChemEFluidMech • Pressure • Units and conversion • Types of fluid
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2 Learning Outcome At the end of the chapter, you should be able to: 1. Define the term “fluid” 2. Determine various types of fluid 3. Determine properties of fluid 4. Solve fluid related problems using different unit conversions MZA@UTPChemEFluidMech FLUID MECHANICS substance that lack the ability to resist deformation forces FLUID MECHANICS A study of forces and motions MZA@UTPChemEFluidMech
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3 FLUID MECHANICS A study of fluid either at rest (fluid statics) or in motion (fluid dynamics) and the subsequent effects of the fluid on the boundaries MZA@UTPChemEFluidMech Significance? Chemical Engineering Liquid and gas flow in pipeline Design of vessel Environmental Engineering Aerodynamics Design of water filter Design of metering equipment MZA@UTPChemEFluidMech Medical
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