CE321 SYL FALL 2005

CE321 SYL FALL 2005 - CE 321 Text: INTRODUCTION TO FLUID...

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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 2.8-2.9 9 Quiz 1 12 Experiment 1. Characterizing Uncertainty. EXP. 1 14 Forces on plane surfaces 2.8-2.9 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 3.3-3.5 28 Hydraulic Grade Line 3.6-3.7 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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Week 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 7.1-7.7 31 Dimensional Analysis 7.1-7.7 Nov 2 Dimensional Analysis 7.1-7.7 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 8.5.1-8.5.2 25 Thanksgiving Recess. No Class. 28 Analysis of flow in pipe systems 8.5.1-8.5.2 30 Analysis of flow in pipe systems 8.5.1-8.5.2 Dec 2 Uniform flow in open channels 10.1-10.2,10.4 5 Hydraulic jumps 10.6.1 7 Quiz 7 9 Lab Quiz Final Exam: Tu Dec 13, 7:45am
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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.

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CE321 SYL FALL 2005 - CE 321 Text: INTRODUCTION TO FLUID...

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