2.25_Course_Description - 2.25 ADVANCED FLUID MECHANICS...

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2.25 ADVANCED FLUID MECHANICS Fall 2010 Prof. Paul D. Sclavounos, Room 5-320, Ext. 3-4364, pauls@mit.edu Prof. Gareth H. McKinley, Room 3-250, Ext. 8-0754, gareth@mit.edu Time and Place Lectures: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 11:00 – 12:30 3-270 Recitations: Wednesday 11:00 – 12:00 3-343 Thursday 3:00 – 4:00 3-343 Thursday 4:00 – 5:00 3-343 (starting Wednesday 16 th September) Teaching Assistant(s) (1) Mr. Thomas Ober; tober@mit.edu ; Office Hours: Mon. 2:30 – 3:30 pm, 3-237 (2) Mr. Ahmed Helal (50% TA); ahelal@mit.edu ; Office Hours: Tues. 5:00 – 6:00 pm, 3-237 When emailing the TAs please put “2.25 help” in the email header Course Web Site: https://stellar.mit.edu/S/course/2/fa10/2.25/index.html Texts The suggested text is Fluid Mechanics (with multimedia DVD) (4 th edition) by Pijush K. Kundu and Ira M. Cohen (Elsevier, 2008 ISBN 0-12-178253-0). Available in the Coop, or from Amazon for $84. This book is strongly recommended and readings will be assigned from this text. You can order the book directly from http://www.amazon.com , The third edition of this book is not very different, and is available second hand, or as a free “netbook” through the MIT libraries (search for it through BARTON, Barker Library - Stacks | QA901.K86 2004) then set up an account with netlibrary.org; See http://www.netlibrary.com/Details.aspx . The resource book number (product ID) is 104770. Another excellent book that is available is Introduction to Fluid Mechanics by James A. Fay (MIT Press, 1994), also available at the Coop or the MIT Press Bookstore (right opposite the Coop). Fay’s book is at the advanced undergraduate level, but covers most of the topics dealt with in the lectures. The lectures will cover some material with greater rigor or different emphasis; special notes are provided for selected topics, as indicated in the outlines. Students are responsible for material covered in class or indicated in the course outlines.
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2 Knowledgeable students will be able to read equally profitably from alternative texts, provided they are in the habit of reading broadly and searching out references that satisfy them on the fundamentals. A second book, Advanced Fluid Mechanics Problems by Ascher H. Shapiro and Ain A. Sonin, is required for all students. This book is available from CopyTech (Bldg 11 basement) at cost, $18 Used copies may be available from students who have taken 2.25 in the past. For the Section on Control Volume Theorems (see the course outlines below), a revised set of
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