|title ||Fluid Mechanics |
|arbic title |
|credit hours ||3|
|description ||Differential analysis of fluid flow ? Kinematics of fluid flow ? Linera motion, angular motion and deformation ? Conservation of mass and stream function ? Velocity potential and irrotational flows ? General equations of motion ( Navier-Stokes equations) ? Euler?s equations of motion ? Basic two-dimensional potential flows ? Superposition of plane potential flows ? Introduction to compressible fluid flow - Mach Number and speed of sound ? Isentropic and Non-isentropic flow of an ideal gas ? Normal shock waves.|
|arabic description |
|objectives ||To enable the student to have a systematic and easily understood account of the basic principles of fluid Mechanics.
To give a lucid and concise exposition of flow patterns, fluid forces and resistance to motion and applications of fluid flow theories to engineering problems.
|arabic objectives |
|ref. books |
|arabic ref. books |
|textbook ||* F. M. White, ?Fluid Mechanics?, 3rd edition, McGraw-Hill, 1994.
* Musson, Young & Okishi, ?Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics?, 3rd edition, John Wiley, 1994.
|arabic textbook |
|objective set ||bullets|
|content set ||bullets|
||Week Number 1: Introduction to Differential Analysis of Fluid Flow
||Week Number 2: Kinematics of fluids flow
||Week Number 3: Kinematics of fluids flow (Cont.)
||Week Number 4: Linear Motion, Angular Motion and Deformation
||Week Number 5: Conservation of Mass and Stream Function
||Week Number 6: Velocity Potential and Irrotational Flow Fluids
||Week Number 7: Velocity Potential and Irrotational Flow Fluids - Quiz
||Week Number 8: Basic Two-Dimensional Plane Potential Flow Fields
||Week Number 9: Dynamics of Fluid Flow
||Week Number 10: General Equation of Motion (Navier Stockes Equations)
||Week Number 11: Euler?s Equation of Motion
||Week Number 12: The Complex Potential for Irrotational Flows ? Quiz
||Week Number 13: Fluid Forces and Blasius Theorem
||Week Number 14: Introduction to Compressible Fluid Flow
||Week Number 15 Momentum and Airfoil Bladings
||Week Number 16: Final Examination