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EGGD3109 Fluid Mechanics College Requirement.
Course Code: Course Name: Course Type: Number of credits:
Academic Year : Academic Semester
Third year ( 2009-2010) 1 st Semester.
Course Code First Pre-Req. Pre-requisites:
Second Pre-Req. ---
Others materials ( computer skills , software , … ---etc)
Eman Y.II.1127 e. Alswaity BK 210 009082880001 ext.swaity@up. Teaching Information: Eng.edu.ps -----Days Traditional Sunday Monday Time From-To 12:30-2:00 Room BK(205) Building BK Instructor's (s) Name: Instructor (s) Room: (Traditional) Instructor Phone: Instructor e-mail: Instructor web site Lectures details: Class Days: Class Time: Room: Office Hours: Days: Time: Other instructions (1) Saturday 8:00-9:30 2 .
III. reducers. Students completing this course should have the tools necessary for analysis of field problems in fluid mechanics. and fluid forces. To be able to describe and distinguish between pressurized and free surface flow and model each with an appropriate theoretical or empirical equation. including flow in pipes and open channels. To understand the derivation of the energy equation (Bernoulli equation) and it’s application to pressurized flow and open channel flow systems. To be able to express this relationship both in narrative form and symbolic form. Knowledge and Understanding: Introduce the Engineering Students to the principles of fluid mechanics and application of the theory to typical civil engineering problems. specific gravity. turbulent. pressure. viscosity. and curved surfaces. inclined. Course The laboratory component of the course will allow “hands-on” learning through Description: experiments relating to open channel and pipe flow. To understand and be able to apply the different approaches used for horizontal. To be able to solve for the fluid forces acting on submerged bodies in a static fluid system.) and for solution of internal forces generated in a hydraulic jump. 3 . To be able to solve for losses in energy head due to friction and minor losses. and transition) and the appropriate discharge model for each. nozzles. fluid measurement. shear stress. Course goals & Objectives: To understand the momentum equation for force calculations in both pressurized and free surface flow systems. The key concepts to be acquired include density. To understand the application of the continuity expression for engineering hydraulics problems for both steady-state and transient systems. properties. and definition of a fluid. To understand the behavior. To understand the operation of manometers for the measurement of fluid pressure and total energy head. To be able to correctly apply this equation for solution of forces on pipe elements (bends. To be able to define the different types of fluid flow (laminar. and calculation of fluid forces. etc.
IV. Viscosity & Pressure) Fluid Statics. Rate of Flow Continuity Equation Energy Equation (Bernoulli Equation) Energy Equation (Bernoulli Equation) Application of Bernoulli's Equation Impulse momentum Equation Revision Final Exam 7th Week Lectures Outline: 8th Week 7th Week 8th Week 9th Week 10th Week 11th Week 12th Week 13th Week 14th Week 15th Week 16th Week- 4 . Course outline: ً Date 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week 6th Week Topic Introduction Fluid Properties (Density.Pressure Measurement Fluid pressure on a surface Fluid pressure on a surface Hydrostatic Forces Buoyancy: Archimedes’ Principle Hydrostatic Forces Buoyancy: Archimedes’ Principle Mid-Term Exam Fluid Kinematics Fluid Kinematics Fluids Motion.
Assessment: 30 % Mid-term Exam: Marks % Date: Final Exam: Marks % Date Assignments& Lab reports: Marks % Quizzes : Marks % Total 50 % 10 % 10 % 100% 5 . Resources: Authors Title CENGEL. CIMBALA Fluid Mechanics Fundamentals and application McGraw First 2006 0-07-061197-1 Required Text Book Main Reference Publisher Edition Year ISBN Web Site location Authors ---UP-Library Dr.R.V. 1 Edition Year ISBN Web Site location ---- VI.K.Bansal Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Mechanics LAXMI LTD 8th edition 2005 Recommended Readings Title Publisher Book No.