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CE 321
INTRODUCTION TO FLUID MECHANICS
Fall 2005
Text:
A Brief Introduction to Fluid Mechanics, Third Edition, D.F. Young, B.R. Munson and T.H.
Okiishi, Wiley.
Objectives:
To gain a basic understanding of the fundamental principles of fluid mechanics and acquire
experience in some applications to engineering practice.
At the end of the semester, a student is expected to know the following:
•
How to determine pressure in a static liquid; write manometer
equations; calculate the magnitude and location of point forces due to
fluid pressure on a plane surface.
•
How to use the Bernoulli Equation to determine how changes in fluid
velocity influence fluid pressure.
•
How to use conservation of mass, energy and momentum with a
control volume to analyze or design a flow system.
•
How to use dimensional analysis to present experimental data;
•
How to analyze the flow in simple pipe systems that incorporate friction
losses, minor losses and in some cases a pump.
•
How to write technical lab reports and memos based on quantitative
data obtained to answer specific questions.
Week
Topic
Reading
Aug
29 Introduction
1.1 – 1.9
31 Fluid properties
1.1 – 1.9
Sept
3 Pressure in liquids; manometers
2.1 – 2.7
5 Labor Day.
No Class.
7 Forces on plane surfaces
2.82.9
9
Quiz 1
12
Experiment 1. Characterizing Uncertainty.
EXP. 1
14 Forces on plane surfaces
2.82.9
16 Forces on curved surfaces.
2.10
19 Buoyancy
2.11
21 Fluids in motion. Bernoulli equation
3.1 – 3.2
23
Quiz 2
26 Bernoulli equation; Pressure probes
3.33.5
28 Hydraulic Grade Line
3.63.7
30
Conservation of mass
5.1.1 – 5.1.2
Oct 3
Conservation of mass
5.1.1 – 5.1.2
5
Momentum equation
5.2.1 – 5.2.2
7
Quiz 3
10
Experiment 2
EXP. 2
12 Momentum equation
5.2.1 – 5.2.2
14 Momentum equation
5.2.1 – 5.2.2
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Topic
Reading
17
Energy equation
5.3
19
Energy Equation
5.3
21
Quiz 4
24 Experiment 3
EXP. 3
26 Energy Equation
5.3
28 Dimensional Analysis
7.17.7
31 Dimensional Analysis
7.17.7
Nov 2
Dimensional Analysis
7.17.7
4
Quiz 5
7
Experiment 4
EXP. 4,
9
Laminar flow in pipes
8.1 – 8.2
11 Turbulent flow in pipes
8.3
14 Losses in pipe flow
8.4.1
16 Losses in pipe flow
8.4.2, 8.5.1
18
Quiz 6
21 Experiment 5.
EXP. 5, 10.6.2
23 Analysis of flow in pipe systems
8.5.18.5.2
25 Thanksgiving Recess.
No Class.
28 Analysis of flow in pipe systems
8.5.18.5.2
30 Analysis of flow in pipe systems
8.5.18.5.2
Dec 2
Uniform flow in open channels
10.110.2,10.4
5
Hydraulic jumps
10.6.1
7
Quiz 7
9
Lab Quiz
Final Exam:
Tu Dec 13, 7:45am
Laboratory Schedule
Week
Topic
Aug
29
No lab
Sept
5
Lab Orientation. Technical Communication.
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2010 for the course CE 321 taught by Professor Mantha,p during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.
 Spring '08
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