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Unformatted text preview: 9/2/2008 1 Fluid Mechanics 3502 Fluid Mechanics 3502 Day 1 Day 1 Syllabus Introduction Fluid Properties Part I Introduction Introduction y Fluid Mechanics SMU our tools of fluid mechanics y Four tools of fluid mechanics Fluid Mechanics For Civil Engineers is all about SMU Storing- Moving- Using- To design and manage these systems we need to know The STATE of the Fluid--- Usually for CE PRESSURE p and VELOCITY v The interaction of the fluid with its surroundings (Forces) Most problems in CE 3502 will involve finding --- a pressure, a velocity, or a force (energy-work-power) We use 4 sets of tools to determine the State and Forces e.g., Density, Specific Weight, Viscosity 1. Knowing Fluid Properties Response to shear stress Four tools of Fluid Mechanics 9/2/2008 2 e.g., Density, Specific Weight, Viscosity 1. Knowing Fluid Properties Response to shear stress Four tools of Fluid Mechanics 2. Understanding Forces in Fluids and on their boundaries e.g., Pressure force, Surface tension Lift & Drag drag e.g., Density, Specific Weight, Viscosity 1. Knowing Fluid Properties Response to shear stress Four tools of Fluid Mechanics 2. Understanding Forces in Fluids and on their boundaries e.g., Pressure force, Surface tension Lift & Drag drag or example, 3. Using Conservation Equations3....
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2010 for the course CIVIL 3502 taught by Professor Kimberlyhill during the Fall '08 term at University of Minnesota Crookston.

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