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No. Subject Textbook
1 Introduction/Fluid distinctions Ch 1, 2.1-2.3
2 Fluid Properties (density, compressiblity, etc.) 2.3-2.7
3 Fluid Properties (viscosity) 2.10-2.13
3b Fluid Properties (surface tension, vapor pressure) 3.1-3.5
4 Fluid statics (pressure, absolute & gage, etc.) 3.6 and 3.7
5 Fluid statics (forces on a plane - I) 3.6 and 3.7
6 Fluid statics (forces on a plane - II) Continuation of Lecture 5 3.8 and 3.9
7 Fluid statics (forces on curved surfaces) 3.10
8 Fluid statics (pressure from acceleration) 3.10
9 REVIEW for Test 1  
T1 Test 1 - Lectures 1 to 9  
10 Fluid flow (Introduction to fluid flow)  4.1-4.6
10b Fluid flow (Continuity) Continuation of Lecture 4.7 - 4.8
11 Velocity, acceleration, flow nets, etc. 4.9 - 4.13
12 Energy (Energy in flows, Bernoulli equation) 5.1 - 5.4
13 Energy (General energy equation, head) 5.5 - 5.9
14 Energy (Cavitation, energy line, hydraulic grade line) 5.11 - 5.13
15 Energy (Solution to energy equation) 5.14
16 Momentum (Control volumes, momentum principle) 4.6, 6.1-6.4
17 Momentum (Applications of momentum principle) 6.4 - 6.5
18 REVIEW for Test 2  
T2 Test 2 - Lectures 10 to 18  
19 Similitude (Definitions, geometric and kinematic similarity) 7.1-7.4
20 Similitude (Dynamic similarity, scale ratios) 7.4-7.6
21 Dimensional Analysis 7.7
22 Pipe flow (Definitions, friction losses, laminar flow) 8.1-8.8
23 Pipe flow (Turbulent flow, velocity profiles) 8.9-8.11
24 Pipe flow (Roughness, single pipe solutions I) 8.12-8.16
25 Pipe flow (Single pipe solutions II, minor losses) 8.17-8.27
26 Pipe flow (single pipe solutions III, pumps and turbines) 8.28-8.29
27 Pipe flow (pipes in series with expansion) 8.30
28 REVIEW for Test 3  
T3 Test 3 - Lectures 19 to 28  
29 Open channels (Introduction/Uniform flows) 10.1-10.3
30 Open channels (Uniform flow, circular channels) 10.3 and 10.7
31 Open channels (Specific energy - I) 10.9 - 10.11
32 Open channels (Specific Energy - II) 10.12-10.13
33 Open channels (Gradually-varied flow, energy, profiles) 10.14-10.15
34 Open channels (Examples of gradually-varied flow profiles) 10.16-10.17
35 Open channels (Hydraulic jump, location of jump) 10.18-10.19
36 Fluid measurements (pipe flow) 11.1-11.5
37 Fluid measurements (pipe flow - open channel flow) 11.6-11.10
38 Fluid measurements (open channel flow)

11.11-11.16

39 REVIEW for Final Exam  
Final Final Exam  
 
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