Chapter_1 - FLUID MECHANI C S C 1013 EN By: Mohd NizamBin...

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FLUID MECHANICS CEN 1013 By: Mohd Nizam Bin Zahari
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Objectives Student should be able to: Define fluid Classify the type of fluid and its physical  behaviors. Identify examples of fluid system.
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History Faces of Fluid Mechanics Archimedes Bernoulli Sir Isaac Newton Reynolds
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Definition of Fluid Fluid *A continuous amorphous  substance that tends to flow and  to conform to the outline of its  container: A liquid or a gas *A substance that deforms  continuously when subjected to a  shear stress.
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Definition of Fluid Mechanics Fluid Mechanics Is the branch of applied mechanics concerned  with the static and dynamics of fluids – both  liquids and gases.
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Fluid Mechanics vs. Solid Mechanics There are two aspects  of fluid mechanics  which make it different to solid mechanics: i. The nature and character of a fluid is much  different to that of a solid. ii.
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Chapter_1 - FLUID MECHANI C S C 1013 EN By: Mohd NizamBin...

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