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# Syllabus - EGN 3353C Fluid Mechanics Spring 2011 COURSE...

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EGN 3353C - Fluid Mechanics - Spring 2011 COURSE SYLLABUS 1. Catalog Description: Introductory course in fluid mechanics. Statics and dynamics of incompressible fluids with application to viscous and inviscid flows. Dimensional analysis. Compressible Flow. Credits: 3 2. Pre-requisites: ( EML 3100 is recommended but not required.) a. MAC 2313 (Analytical Geometry & Calculus 3) b. EGM 2511 (Engineering Mechanics - Statics) Course Objectives: This course provides an introduction to fluid mechanics. It stresses fundamental engineering science principles applied to fluid mechanical systems. Students will learn the governing integral and differential equations for viscous and inviscid fluids and will apply these equations to internal and external flows. Upon completion of this course, students are expected to develop a working understanding of the basic theory of incompressible and compressible fluid mechanics. Students will learn problem-solving techniques and have the opportunity to apply these techniques to a variety of problems. 3. Contribution of course to meeting the professional component: 4A. This course supports several program outcomes enumerated in the Mission Statement of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Specific ME program outcomes supported by this course include: (1) Using knowledge of chemistry and calculus based physics with depth in at least one of them (ME Program Outcome M1 ); (2) Using knowledge of advanced mathematics through multivariate calculus and differential equations (ME Program Outcome M2 ); 4B. This course consists of approximate percentages of the following components: mathematics, 20%; physical sciences, 20%; engineering sciences, 60%. 4. Relationship of course to program outcomes: This course achieves the following ABET outcomes [Note that the outcome number corresponds to the respective ABET outcomes (a) through (k).]: (a) Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering [high coverage addressed by lectures and example problems, assessed by exams and homework] (c) Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs [medium coverage, addressed by lectures, recitations, and example problems, assessed by exams and homework] (e) Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems [medium coverage, addressed by lectures and example problems in recitations, assessed by exams and homework] (k) Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice [low coverage; addressed by discussion of experimental

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