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INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA

COURSE OUTLINE

Kulliyyah / Institute Engineering

Department / Centre Mechanical Engineering


B. Eng (Mech-Auto) (Hons.), B. Eng (Aerospace) (Hons.), B. Eng
Programme
(Biochem-Biotech) (Hons.)
Name of Course / Mode Fluid Mechanics /Full time

Course Code MEC 2910/MECH2340


Name (s) of Academic
Sher Afghan Khan
staff / Instructor(s)
Rationale for the
inclusion of the course / Required course for Auto/Aero/Biotech Engineering Programme
module in the programme
Semester and Year
Every Semester
Offered
Status Core
Level 2

Proposed Start Date Semester II, 2014/2015


Batch of Student to be
Semester II, 2014/2015 and onwards
Affected
Face to Face Assessments
Independent

Total
Learning
Midterm
Practical
Tutorial
Lecture

Student
Final

Total Student Learning


Learning
Time (SLT)
Time
42 14 2 3 67 128

Credit Value / Hours 3/128

Pre-requisites (if any) None

Co-requisites (if any) MEC 2705, MTH 2311


The objectives of this course are to:
1. Develop a physical awareness of the phenomena of fluid
motion.
Course Objectives
2. Present the fundamental laws which govern all fluid
behavior and their applications.
3. Develop practical methodologies for solving engineering
flow problems.
4. Illustrate the extremely wide variety of fluid-related
phenomena in everyday life and in modern technology.
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. Distinguish between states of matter, fluid types and types


of fluid flow. Analyze fluids at rest by applying principles
of hydro statics, including manometers.
2. Apply the concepts of Reynolds transport theorem,
integral forms of mass, momentum and energy
conservation equations for solving problems in steady,
incompressible flows.
Learning Outcomes
3. Analyze laminar and turbulent Flow in pipes. m Design
fluid delivery pipe system.
4. Apply the basic theory of dimensional analysis and
modeling to identify groups of dimensionless parameters
and predict performance of a prototype based on
measurements of performance of a model.
5. Analyze fluid flow domains using differential relations
and apply the differential forms of continuity, and
momentum equations.
Skills and how they are developed and assessed:
Skills Development Assessment
Theoretical Lectures Exams
Transferable Skills:
Analytical Tutorials Exams, quizzes,
assignments

Teaching-Learning and
Lectures, Assignments, Quizzes and Exams
assessment strategy
Fluid properties, fluid statics, fluid in motion, pressure variation in
Course Synopsis flowing fluids, momentum and energy principles, dimensional
analysis and similitude.
Mode of Delivery Lectures, Tutorials

Assessment Methods and LO Method %


Type/Course Assessement 1-5 Quizzes 10
State weightage of each 1-3 Mid Terms (2) 40
type of assessment. 1-5 Final examination 50

Mapping of course / module to the Programme Learning Outcomes


Learning Outcome of the course Programme Outcomes
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12
1. Distinguish between states of matter, fluid types
and types of fluid flow. Analyze fluids at rest by
 
applying principles of hydro statics, including
manometers.
2. Apply the concepts of Reynolds transport
theorem, integral forms of mass, momentum and
 
energy conservation equations for solving problems
in steady, incompressible flows.
3. Analyze laminar and turbulent Flow in pipes.
Major and minor losses in pipe flow. Design a fluid
  
delivery pipe system.

4. Apply the basic theory of dimensional analysis


and modeling to identify groups of dimensionless
parameters and predict performance of a prototype  
based on measurements of performance of a model.

5. Analyze fluid flow domains using differential


relations and apply the differential forms of
 
continuity, and momentum equations.

Content outline of the course / module and the SLT per topic
Learning
Weeks Topics Task/Reading
Hours
Introduction, classification of fluid flows, system and 8
1 Chapter 1
control volume, dimensions and units, problem solving.
Fluid properties and continuum approach, stress and 8
velocity fields, density, specific heat, vapor pressure,
2 Chapter 2
coefficient of compressibility, viscosity (Newtonian and
non-newtonian fluids).
Fluid statics, basic equation, manometer, pressure 8
3 Chapter 3
variation in static fluid, measurement of pressure.
Fluid kinematics, Lagrangian and Eulerian descriptions, 8
material derivative, streamlines, pathlines, streaklines
4 Chapter 4
and timelines, flow visualization, Reynolds Transport
theorem
Basic equations in integral form, conservation of mass, 18
momentum and energy equations. Bernoulli’s equation,
5, 6 Newton’s second law, examples of the use of Bernoulli’s Chapter 5
equation, restriction on the use of Bernoulli’s equation,
energy analysis of steady flows.
Mid Term 4 Chapters 1-5
Flow in pipes, the entrance region, laminar and turbulent 18
7, 8 flow in pipes, piping networks and pump selection, major Chapter 8
and minor losses.
Momentum analysis of flow systems, control volume, 18
9, 10 Chapter 6
linear momentum equation.
Differential analysis of fluid flow, continuity equation, 16
11, 12 stream function, conservation of linear momentum, Chapter 9
Navier-Stokes equation.
Dimensional analysis and similarity, Buckingham Pi 16
13, 14 Chapter 7
theorem, Experimental testing and incomplete similarity.
Final Exam 6 Chapters 1-9
Required references supporting the course
The reference lists shall be presented in accordance with APA bibliographic practices and in alphabetical order.

Yunus A. Cengel, and John M. Cimbala, (2014), Fluid Mechanics: Fundamental and
Applications, McGraw Hill.

Recommended references supporting the course


Munson, B. R., Young, D. F. and Okiishi, T. H., (2002), Fundamentals Of Fluid Mechanics,
4th Edition, John Wiley.
White, F.M., (2005), Fluid Mechanics, 5th Edition, McGraw Hill.

Prepared by: Checked by: Approved by:

Sher Afghan Khan Waqar Asrar Mohd. Noor Bin Salleh


Professor Head of Department Dean
Kulliyyah of Engineering Kulliyyah of Engineering Kulliyyah of Engineering
Programme Learning Outcome (PO): At the end of the programme, Students are able to:

No Programme Outcomes for KOE, IIUM

1. Engineering Knowledge (T) -Apply knowledge of mathematics, sciences, engineering fundamentals


and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems;

2. Problem Analysis (T) – Identify, formulate, research relevant literature and analyze complex
engineering problems, and reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics,
natural sciences and engineering sciences;

3. Design/Development of Solutions (A) –Design solutions, exhibiting innovativeness, for complex


engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with
appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, economical, ethical,
environmental and sustainability issues.

4. Investigation (D) Conduct investigation into complex problems, displaying creativeness, using
research-based knowledge, and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and
interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions;

5. Modern Tool Usage (A & D) -Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern
engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modelling, to complex engineering activities, with
an understanding of the limitations;

6. The Engineer and Society (ESSE) -Apply reasoning based on contextual knowledge to assess
societal, health, safety, legal, cultural, contemporary issues, and the consequent responsibilities relevant
to professional engineering practices.

7. Environment and Sustainability (ESSE) -Understand the impact of professional engineering


solutions in societal, global, and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for
sustainable development;

8. Ethics (ESSE) –Apply professional ethics with Islamic values and commit to responsibilities and
norms of professional engineering code of practices.

9. Communication (S) -Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering
community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and
design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions;

10 Individual and Team Work (S) -Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in
diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.

11. Life Long Learning (S) -Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in
independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

12. Project Management and Finance (S) -Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering
management and financial principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and/or leader in
a team, to manage projects in multidisciplinary settings, and identify opportunities of entrepreneurship.