1

Introduction/Fluid distinctions

Ch 1, 2.12.3

2

Fluid Properties (density, compressiblity, etc.)

2.32.7

3

Fluid Properties (viscosity)

2.102.13

3b

Fluid
Properties (surface tension, vapor pressure)

3.13.5

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)

4.14.6

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, 6.16.4

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)

7.17.4

20

Similitude (Dynamic similarity, scale ratios)

7.47.6

21

Dimensional Analysis

7.7

22

Pipe flow (Definitions, friction losses, laminar flow)

8.18.8

23

Pipe flow (Turbulent flow, velocity profiles)

8.98.11

24

Pipe flow (Roughness, single pipe solutions I)

8.128.16

25

Pipe flow (Single pipe solutions II, minor losses)

8.178.27

26

Pipe flow (single pipe solutions III, pumps and turbines)

8.288.29

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)

10.110.3

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)

10.1210.13

33

Open channels (Graduallyvaried flow, energy, profiles)

10.1410.15

34

Open channels (Examples of graduallyvaried flow profiles)

10.1610.17

35

Open channels (Hydraulic jump, location of jump)

10.1810.19

36

Fluid measurements (pipe flow)

11.111.5

37

Fluid measurements (pipe flow  open channel flow)

11.611.10

38

Fluid measurements (open channel flow)

11.1111.16

39

REVIEW for Final Exam


Final

Final Exam

