An Introduction to Fluid Mechanics  196101





Lecture 
Exercise 
Laboratory 
Project or Seminar 
House Work 
Weekly Hours 
3 



3 

Determination of the grade according to progress during the semester and a final examination.
Prerequisites:
    Introduction to Partial Differential Equations 
104030
 

or
   Partial Differential Equations/H 
104218
 

or
   Partial Differen.Equa.and Fourier Series 
104223
 

or
   Partial Differential Equations/M 
104228
 

Incorporating Courses:
    Transport Phenomena  Fluid Flow 
058127
 

Identical Courses:
    An Introduction to Fluid Mechanics 
106101
 
Physical Properties of Fluids: the Stress Concept, Transport Phenomena, Surface Tension, Kinematics, Stream Functions, Velocity Representations, Singularities, Dynamics, Newtonian Stress, NavierStokes Equations, Incompressible Flows: Unidirectional Flows, Dynamic Similarity, Lubrication Flowes: ThinFilm Approximation: Stokes Flows, Symmetry, Reversibility, Invariants, Green Function, Paradoxes, Tensorial Symmetries, Integral Representation.
TextbooksCompulsory Book  Published  Publisher  Authors  Book 

Compulsory  2000  cambridge university press  k.g. batchelor  an introduction to fluid dynamics 
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