ENG 103 -- Syllabus W12 ONLY

ENG 103 -- Syllabus W12 ONLY - Instructor: Jean-Pierre...

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Winter 2012 ENG 103: Fluid Mechanics Instructor: Jean-Pierre Delplanque Syllabus Instructor Jean-Pierre Delplanque MAE, 2056 Bainer, delplanque@ucdavis.edu Office hours: M 4-5pm and F 10-11am + Appointments MW: 12:10-2:00pm, GIEDT 1003 Teaching Assistants Jihwi Kim TB 207 hwikim@ucdavis.edu Office hours: R 12-2pm Colin Smith TB 207 clnsmith@ucdavis.edu Office hours: T 11am-1pm Online WA Discussion T 7-9PM. Goal Fluid Mechanics is an introductory course in fluid flow systems. Fluid statics, steady-state fluid flow, and the development of skills to analyze steady-state flow through pipe systems and over submerged bodies are the primary objectives of this course. General Learning Objectives This course will contribute to your acquisition of the ability to: Work comfortably and competently with mathematics, science, and basic engineering principles Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. Specific
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