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Fluid Mechanics
CHAPTER 08
Viscous Flow in Pipes
Chapter 08
8.0 Introduction
Introduction of different characteristics of pipe flows
Reynolds number an important dimensionless number
Calculate losses in pipes
Analyze a variety of pipe flows
Keywo
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CHAPTER 09
Forces on Submerged Bodies
Chapter 09
9.0 Introduction
Fundamental characteristics of a boundary layer
Drag force on spheres and cylinders
Drag force on nanoparticles
Life force on asymmetric/rotating bodies
Keywords: B
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CHAPTER 02
Fluid Statics
Chapter 02
2.0 General Information
Fluid statics is concerned with fluids
at rest or moving as a rigid body
No shearing stress in the fluid
Pressure is a major property
Keywords: hydrostatic pressure & for
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CHAPTER 03
The Bernoulli Equation
Chapter 03
3.1 Introduction
The Bernoulli equation (BE) fundamentally is
1. an Energy Conservation equation
2. the Consequence of F = ma along streamlines
Application of Newtons second law to flui
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Fluid Mechanics
CHAPTER 06*
Flow Analysis Using Differential Methods
Chapter 06
6.0 Introduction
Understand the physical meanings of certain mathematic quantities
Differential format of conservation laws
Understand the concepts of stream function
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CHAPTER 05
Flow Analysis Using Control Volume
Chapter 05
5.0 Introduction
Derive conservation laws based on the Reynolds Transport Theorem
Solve fluid mechanics problems using appropriate control volumes
Apply conservation laws
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CHAPTER 04
Kinematics of Fluid Motion
Chapter 04
4.1 Introduction
What is kinematics
Eulerian and Lagrangian descriptions of fluid motion
Streamline, streakline, and pathline
Velocity and acceleration fields
System and control vol
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CHAPTER 01
Basic Properties of Fluids
Chapter 01
1.1 What is a fluid
A fluid is
a substance that deforms continuously when
acted on by a shearing stress of any magnitude
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mean square displacement
At molecular scale
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