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1.1 Importance of Fluids
1.1.1 Fluids in the pure sciences
1.1.2 Fluids in technology
1.2 The Study of Fluids
1.2.1 The theoretical approach
1.2.2 Experimental fluid dynamics
1.2.3 Computational fluid dynamics
1.3 Overview of Course
2.1 The Continuum Hypothesis
2.3.1 Viscosity
2.3.2 Thermal conductivity
2.3.3 Mass diffusivity
2.3.4 Other fluid properties
2.4 Classification of Flow Phenomena
2.4.1 Steady and unsteady flows
2.4.2 Flow dimensionality
2.4.3 Uniform and non-uniform flows
2.4.4 Rotational and irrotational flows
2.4.5 Viscous and inviscid flows
2.4.6 Incompressible and compressible flows
2.4.7 Laminar and turbulent flows
2.4.8 Separated and unseparated flows
2.5.2 Pathlines
2.5.3 Streaklines
2.6 Summary
The Equations of Fluid Motion
3.1 Lagrangian & Eulerian Systems; the Substantial Derivative
3.1.1 The Lagrangian viewpoint
3.1.2 The Eulerian viewpoint
3.1.3 The substantial derivative
3.2 Review of Pertinent Vector Calculus
3.2.1 Gauss’s theorem
3.2.2 Transport theorems
3.3 Conservation of Mass—the continuity equation
3.3.1 Derivation of the continuity equation
3.3.2 Other forms of the differential continuity equation
3.3.3 Simple application of the continuity equation
3.3.4 Control volume (integral) analysis of the continuity equation
3.4 Momentum Balance—the Navier–Stokes Equations
3.4.1 A basic force balance; Newton’s second law of motion
3.4.2 Treatment of surface forces
3.4.3 The Navier–Stokes equations
3.5 Analysis of the Navier–Stokes Equations
3.5.1 Mathematical structure
3.5.2 Physical interpretation
3.6 Scaling and Dimensional Analysis
3.6.1 Geometric and dynamic similarity
3.6.2 Scaling the governing equations
3.6.3 Dimensional analysis via the Buckingham Π theorem
3.6.4 Physical description of important dimensionless parameters
3.7 Summary
Applications of the Navier–Stokes
4.1 Fluid Statics
4.1.1 Equations of fluid statics
4.1.2 Buoyancy in static fluids
4.2 Bernoulli’s Equation
4.2.1 Derivation of Bernoulli’s equation
4.2.2 Example applications of Bernoulli’s equation
4.3 Control-Volume Momentum Equation
4.3.1 Derivation of the control-volume momentum equation
4.3.2 Application of control-volume momentum equation
4.4 Classical Exact Solutions to N.–S. Equations
4.4.1 Couette flow
4.4.2 Plane Poiseuille flow
4.5 Pipe Flow
4.5.1 Some terminology and basic physics of pipe flow
4.5.2 The Hagen–Poiseuille solution
4.5.3 Practical Pipe Flow Analysis
Re, and (b) high Re
4.6 Summary
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