ME
3340
FLUID MECHANICS
SEC. C MWF
34
PM MRDC
2406
SPRING,
2008
Instructor:
R.F. Salant, MRDC 4205,4048943176,
richard.salant@me.gatech.edu
Office Hours:
by appointment
Grading:
homework lo%, 2 midterm exams 25% each, final exam 40%
Homework:
assigned each Wed., due following Wed.; solutions will be posted;
grading: 1made reasonable effort, 0didn't make reasonable effort
No late homework will be accepted.
Text:
Munson, B.R., Young,
D.F.,
Okiishi, T.H.,
Fundamentals
of
Fluid Mechanics,
5" Edition, Wiley, 2006
Web Page:
www.me.~atech.edu/me3340c
Teaching Practicum: Asif Salahuddin,
gth823e@~lail.~atech.edu
Office Hours: Monday, 8:30am

9:30am, MRDC, 41h Floor
Grader:
David Wu, wuchiaen@,~mail.com
Office Hours: Tuesday, 1 1:OOam

12:00am, MRDC, 41h Floor
Course Objective:
To understand the basic principles of fluid behavior, and how to apply
them to solve a range of engineering problems.
Date
Lecture
Jan.
7
1.
9
2.
11
3.
14
4.
16
5.
18
6.
23
7.
25
8.
28
9.
30
10.
Feb.
1
11.
4
12.
6
13.
8
14.
11
13
15.
15
16.
18
17.
20
18.
22
19.
25
20.
27
21.
29 (drop day) 22.
Mar.
3
23.
5
24.
introduction
introduction (cont'd), hydrostatics
hydrostatics (cont'd)
hydrostatics (cont'd)
description of fluid motion
description of fluid motion (cont'd)
Bernoulli equation
Bernoulli equation (cont'd)
Bernoulli equation (cont'd)
control volume analysis

conservation of mass
control volume analysis

conservation of momentum
control volume analysis

conservation of momentum (cont'd)
control volume analysis

conservation of momentum (cont'd)
control volume analysis

conservation of energy
exam
differential analysis

conservation of mass
differential analysis

conservation of momentum
differential analysis

Navier Stokes equation
applications of NavierStokes equation
applications of NavierStokes equation (cont'd)
applications of NavierStokes equation (cont'd)
dimensional analysis and similitude
dimensional analysis and similitude (cont'd)
dimensional analysis and similitude (cont'd)
pipe flow