Introduction to Fluid Mechanics  014955
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Lecture 
Exercise 
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Project or Seminar 
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3 
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6 

Determination of the grade according to progress during the semester and a final examination.
Prerequisites:
 
(
  Differential and Integral Calculus 2 
104004
 
  
and
 Physics 1 
114051
 ) 

Linked Courses:
    Differential Equations for Mechanical Engineering 
104213
 

Overlapping Courses:
    Fluid Mechanics 
014203
 
    Fluid Mechanics 
014211
 
    Fundamental Fluid Mechanics 
014214
 
    Fluid Mechanics 1 
034013
 
    Food Engineering 1 
064101
 
    Introduction to Fluid Mechanics 
074133
 
Fluid Properties. Viscosity and Newton'S Law of Viscosity. Newtonian and NonNewtonian Liquids. Introduction to Hydrostatics. Control Volume and the Integral Equations of Conservation of Mass, Momentum and Energy. Bernoulli'S Equation. Introduction to the Differential Analysis and the NavierStokes Equations. Exact Solutions for Laminar Flow. Introduction to Turbulence. Flow in Pipes, Ducts, Pumps, and Other Characteristic Devices of the Biotechnology Industry. Particle Motion and the Effects of Gravity and Drag. Centrifugal Separation. An Introduction to Porous Media and Filtration Technologies.
TextbooksCompulsory Book  Published  Publisher  Authors  Book 

Compulsory  1992  jhon wiley and sons, inc.  r.w.fox and a.t. mcdonald  introduction to fluid mechanics, 4th ed. 
 1993  prentice hall int. inc.  geankoplis, c.j.  transport phenomena and unit operations, 3rd ed. 
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