Week 2
LECTURE 2: VISCOSITY AND SURFACE TENSION
TOPICS:
I. Viscosity
a. Derivation of Governing Equation
b. In-Class Example
II. Surface Tension
a. Derivation of Governing Equation
b. In-Class Example
Week 4
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Week 4: LAYERED FLUIDS, PRESSURE PRISMS
TOPICS:
I. Pressure Prism Approach
II. Pressurized Tank Example
III. In-Class Layered Fluid Example
IV. In-Class Example Floating Gate
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Homework
Problems
Chapter 1
Section 1.4 Measures of Fluid Mass and Weight
Section 1.2 Dimensions, Dimensional Homogeneity,
and Units
1.17 Obtain a photograph/image of a situati
Dimension and Physical
Properties of fluids
Chaopeng Shen
Assistant Professor
CE 360
Last survey
Derivative
Take a step along the slope
Content
What is fluid?
Key properties
The continuum assumptio
Week #2 Viscosity, Surface Tension,
and Fluid Statics
Viscosity
Derivation of Governing
Equation
In-Class Example
Surface Tension
Derivation of Governing
Equation
In-Class Example
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Week #4 Fluid Statics IV
Hydrostatic force on a
plane surface
Example
Exercise
Pressure Prisms
Example
Exercise
Example
Buoyancy
Definition
Pressurized Tank
Example
Layered Fluids Example
F
Week #2 Viscosity, Surface Tension,
and Fluid Statics
Viscosity
Derivation of Governing
Equation
In-Class Example
Surface Tension
Derivation of Governing
Equation
In-Class Example
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In-
Week #5 Thats right More Truly
Awesome Fluid Statics
Stability
Terms in Fluid Dynamics
Fully Submerged case
Floating bodies
Example
Exercise
Pressure Variation in a
Fluid with Rigid Body
Motion
Co
Viscosity and surface tension
Chaopeng Shen
Assistant Professor
CE 360
Objectives
Be able to re-tell the two slabs experiment
Recall
From last lecture we discussed density and
specific weight as mea
Review Chapter 2-3
equn_03_73
Use Archimedes principal to calculate resultant forces on submerged bodies
Write out meanings of terms used in buoyancy and Bernoulli
Simple applications of Bernoulli
Week 7
1
WEEK 7:ENERGY LINE & HYDRAULIC GRADE LINE
TOPICS:
I. Cavitation
a. Definition & Illustration
b. In-Class Example 1
II. Energy Line-Hydraulic Grade Line
a. Definitions & Illustrations
b. In-Cl
Chapter 2. Fluid Statics
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Review Chapter 2 Skill Set
Write out meanings of terms used in hydrostatics
Calculate pressure at various locations in a fluid at rest
Use hydrostatic pressure to eval
CE360 - Week 1
1
WEEK 1: DIMENSIONS, PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
TOPICS:
I. What is a fluid?
a. Key Properties
b. The Continuum Assumption
II. DimensionsUnits
a. Dimensional Homogeneity
b. In-Class Exercise
c
Review Quiz 1
What are the 6 forces typically involved in fluid mechanics problems
What are the fluid properties associated with each of the forces
What are the dimensions of common physical quanti
Week 5
LECTURE 8: BUOYANCY, FLOTATION, AND STABILITY
TOPICS:
I. Archimedes Principle
II. Stability
III. In-Class Examples
I. Archimedes Principle
Buoyant force, FB:
1
Week 5
2
We can quantify the buoy
Week 3
1
Week 3: FORCES ON PLANE SURFACES
TOPICS:
0. Manometer examples
I. Hydrostatic Force on a Plane
a. Case 1: Horizontal Surface
b. Case 2: Inclined Surface
II. Example Inclined Plane Calculation
Week 8
1
Week 8a: FLUID KINEMATICS
TOPICS:
I. Field Representation of Flow
a. Definitions
b. Acceleration Field
c. In-Class Exercise for Acceleration Field
II. Material Derivative
a. Definition
b. Uns
Week 6
1
Week 6: BERNOULLI EQUATION-APPLICATIONS
TOPICS:
I. Terms for Fluid Dynamics
II. F = ma along a stream line
a. Force Balance Analysis
b. In-Class Example
III. Bernoulli Equation
a. Final Deriv
Week 9
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WEEK 9: MOMENTUM
TOPICS:
I. Newtons 2nd Law
a. Linear Momentum Equation
b. Simplifications
c. Linear Momentum for 1-D Flow
II. In-Class Example 1: Pipe Bend
III. In-Class Example 2: Sluice Ga
Week#5 ThatsrightMoreTruly
AwesomeFluidStatics
Stability
TermsinFluidDynamics
FullySubmergedcase
Floatingbodies
Example
Exercise
PressureVariationina
FluidwithRigidBody
Motion
Concept
Example
Re