SYLLABUS

SYLLABUS - Last Revised: August 9, 2010 Course Outline...

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Unformatted text preview: Last Revised: August 9, 2010 Course Outline A&AE 613 Viscous Flow Theory Prof. S. Schneider, Fall 2010 Prof. Steve Schneider Lab Office: 13C Aero. Sci. Lab., x43343 Email: steves@purdue.edu Campus Office: ARMS 3213, x45254 I spend most of my time at my lab office. Meets MWF 4:30-5:20AM, ARMS 3115. Course was last offered in Fall 2006. General Information: The course will assume a general familiarity with fluid mechanics, on the level of a first graduate fluids course, such as A&AE511. F. M. Whites book, Viscous Fluid Flow , 3rd edition, 2006, is a recommended reference. Course content will vary depending on student background and interest. A copy of the instructors notes is available on the course website, at http://cobweb.ecn.purdue.edu/~aae613/ , along with selected handouts. Homework will be graded on a 0-5 scale. Final grades will be assigned based on homework (30%), a project (40%), and an exam (30%). The homework and exam will cover section 1 through the first part of section 3, and the project will cover the second part of section 3, and sections 4 and 5. Project topics are best student-initiated and usually involve some3, and sections 4 and 5....
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