In this course, you will :
- Understand all of the fundamental concepts of fluid mechanics.
- Recognize the dimensions and units used in dimensional analysis.
- Understand how to compute dimensionless numbers (Reynolds , Bingham & Nusselt Number)
- Determine the fluid mass, weight, and density, as well as their relationship.
- Learn about fluid classification (Internal and External, Compressible and Incompressible, Laminar and Turbulent, Steady and Unsteady)
- Continuity, Darcy's, and Bernoulli's Equations, as well as practise problems involving these equations.
- Manometry (Piezometer, U tube manometer, Differential Monometer) is used to calculate fluid pressure.
- Calculate energy losses in moving fluids due to friction and a variety of other factors.
- Learn how to use the Moody's chart and solve practise problems.
- And all of the other concepts that are important in the course Fluid Mechanics that we cannot discuss here can be found in the course description.
- Introduction to Fluid Mechanics, Applications,Importance of Dimensions and Units
- Dimensions, Dimensional Homogeneity and Unity, Example Problem
- Problem Related to Dimensional Analysis, Dimensionless Numbers
- Measure of Fluid Density, Specific WeightSpecific Gravity and relation b/w them
- Problems Related to Fluid Analysis, Classification of Fluids
- Problems Related to Reynold, Bingham & Nusselt numbers
- Nature of Fluids (The no Slip Condition in Fluid Dynami
- Shear Stress in Moving Fluid (shear stress is proportional to strain rate)
- Viscosity, Fluid Types, Shear Thickening Fluids and Shear Thinning Fluid
- Problems Related to Newton Law of Viscosity and calculation of Shear Stresses
- Reynolds Number, Calculation of Reynolds Number, Velocity Profiles
- Fluid Pressure and Hydrostatic Pressure, Calculation of Specific Gravity
- Manometry (Piezometer, U tube manometer, Differential Monometer)
- Buoyancy, Steps for solving Buoyancy Problems, Question related to Buoyancy
- Problems related to Buoyancy
- Fluid Flow Rates, Flow Rates, Continuity Equation, Question Related to Flow Rate
- All type of Commercially Available Pipe and Tubing, Pipe Selection Aid
- Problems to Calculate Volume Flow Rate and Pipe and Tube Size from tables.
- Bernoulli’s Equation, Interpretation and Restriction on Bernoulli’s Equation
- Problems Related to Bernoulli’s Equation
- Calculation of volumetric flow rate through the nozzle using Bernoulli
- Application of Bernoulli’s Equation (Tanks, Reservoirs and Nozzles )
- Calculation of volumetric flow rate in Venturi Meter, Torricelli’s Theorem
- Problems related to Torricelli’s Theorem
- Complex Problem related to Bernoulli’s Equation
- General Energy Equation,Mechanical Energy and Efficiency, Nomenclature of Energy
- Problems Related to Energy Equation(Pumps, Fluid Motors, Fluid Friction, Valves)
- Power Required and Mechanical Efficiency of Pumps, Numerical related to pumps
- Problem related to Mechanical Efficiency of the Pump
- Power Delivered and Mechanical Efficiency of Fluid Systems with solve Numerical
- Reynolds Number and Hydraulic Radius for closed non circular cross sections
- Solving Problems using Moody’s Chart
- Problem related to the calculation of Reynolds Number for non-circular pipes
- Friction Loss in non-circular cross section, Numerical Related to Friction loss
- Energy Loss by Friction,Darcy’s Equation, Friction Loss in Laminar and Turbulent
- Minor losses, Looses Due to Sudden Enlargements and Numerical
- Calculate energy loss due to Sudden enlargements
- Exit Loss and Gradual Enlargement and Numericals related to these topics
- Sudden Contraction, Calculation of energy loss due to sudden contraction
- Gradual Contraction, Entrance Loss, Calculation of energy loss due to Entrance
- Minor Losses and Resistant Coefficient through Valves and Fittings
- Numericals for the Calculation of all the Energy Looses
- Continue to Previous Problems
- Flow Measurement through (Venturi, Flow Nozzle, Orifice), Selection Factors
- Variable Area Flow Meters, Rotameter, Flow Rate and Velocity Measurements
- Flow Measurement through Weirs, Rectangle Notch, Contracted Weir, Triangle Weir
- Positive Displacement Pumps, Reciprocating Pumps, Rotary Pump
- Kinetic Pump,SelfPriming Pump,Centrifugal Pump,Affinity Law for Centrifugal pump
- Numerical using Affinity Law, Manufacture’s data for centrifugal pumps
- Effect of Impeller Size, power Efficiency, Cavitation,Vapor Pressure NPSH Margin