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Unformatted text preview: ¨ O. Sava¸ s 1/11/11 6113 Etcheverry Hall Lectures in 105 North Gate Oﬃce Hours : MW 9:30-11:00 Lecture Hours MWF 8:10-9:00 ME 106 Fluid Mechanics Spring 2011 COURSE You are expected to be proficient in the fundamentals of mechanics (ME104) and thermodynamics (ME105). You are also expected to be prepared in mathematics inasmuch as it is needed for that proficiency (Math 54), and computer programming (E7). Mathematically, you should be comfortable with vector calculus and ordinary differential equations. Computationally, you are expected to be proficient in a high level programming environment of your choice (e.g. Java, C/C++, Fortran 77-2008, Mathematica, Matlab, IDL). We will cover the following topics: ﬂuid properties, hydrostatics, conservation equations, analytic description of simple ﬂows, ﬂow measurement, empirical description of engineering ﬂows, similitude, lift, drag, boundary layers, compressible ﬂows, some engineering applications. YOU ARE EXPECTED TO HAVE READ THE READING ASSIGNMENTS BEFORE THE LECTURES, INCLUDING LECTURE #1 GRADING LETTER GRADE BOUNDARIES Homework (9) 30% A 85.0% Midterm exams (Feb 25, Mar 30) 40% B 75.0% Final exam (Monday, May 9) 30% C 65.0% TOTAL 100% D 55.0% POLICY There is no tolerance for academic misconduct. All assigned material is to be done independently. Unless you have a good reason, no late assignment will be accepted, no makeup will be given. All exams willyou have a good reason, no late assignment will be accepted, no makeup will be given....
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