NEF2101 - Fluid Mechanics 1
|1.||Apply the conservation laws in integral and differential forms to wide ranging contexts to determine the forces on engineering devices from fluid flows;|
|2.||Conduct dimensional and similarity analysis of prototypes or models to extrapolate data to full scale applications;|
|3.||Apply knowledge of turbulent boundary layers and flow around bluff bodies to determine drag and lift;|
|4.||Detailed study of the energy losses in pipe networks;|
|5.||Integrate the principles and theoretical concepts of fluid mechanics and collaboratively plan and design creative, sustainable solutions to complex engineering problems with accountability for personal and team outcomes; and|
|6.||Communicate solutions orally and in writing to small specialist groups.|
|Test||Class test; calculations, sketches (1000 words)||10%|
|Project||Group project: application of fluid mechanics knowledge to solve a real world problem. (1000 words)||10%|
|Report||Based on laboratory work. Includes calculations, sketches (1000 words)||10%|
|Examination||Final Semester Examination (3 hours)||70%|
Fluid mechanics 8th ed.
White, F.M, adapted by Prof. Rhim, Yoon Chul., (2016)
New York, NY McGraw-Hill Education
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