This PDF covers
the following topics related to Advanced Fluid Mechanics : Introduction: Survey
of Fluid Mechanics, Structure of Fluid Mechanics Based on Rheological, Temporal
Variation, Fluid Type, Motion Characteristic and spatial Dimensionality
Consideration, Approaches in Solving Fluid Flow Problems, Fundamental
idealizations and Descriptions of Fluid Motion, Quantitative Definition of Fluid
and Flow, Reynolds Transport Theorem, Mass, Momentum and Energy Conservation
Principles for Fluid Flow. Potential Flow: Frictionless Irrotational Motions, 2
- Dimensional Stream Function and Velocity Potential Function in Cartesian and
Cylindrical Polar Coordinate Systems, Standard Patterns of Flow, Source, Sink,
Uniform Flow and irrotational vortex, Combinations of Flow Patterns, method of
Images in Solving Groundwater Flow problems, Method of Conformal
Author(s): Dr. Prakash Chandra Swain, Professor in Civil
Engineering, Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology, Burla
This note explains the following topics: Fluid Statics, Pressure
Variation In A Static Fluid, The Hydrostatic Paradox , Manometer, Kinematics Of
Fluids, Fluid In Motion, Equation Of Continuity, Basic Equations For
One-dimensional Flow, Euler’s Equation Of Motion, Bernoulli’s Equation,
Impulse-momentum Equation,flow Of A Real Fluid, Reynold’s Experiments,
Two-dimensional Ideal Flow, Ground Water Flow, Two-dimensional Flow Of The Real
Fluids , Dimensional Analysis.
is the science and technology of fluids either at rest or in motion and their
effects on boundaries such as solid surfaces or interfaces with other fluids.
Topics covered includes: Pressure and Fluid Statics, Bernoulli Equation, Fluids
Kinematics, Velocity and Description Methods, Finite Control Volume Analysis,
Continuity Equation, Differential Analysis of Fluid Flow, Fluid Element
Kinematics , Dimensional Analysis and Modeling, Flow in Conduits, Flow over
This note explains the following topics: Fundamentals of Fluid
Mechanics, Viscosity, Newtonian Fluids, Non-Newtonian Fluids, Flow Analysis
Techniques, Fluid Statics, Differential Analysis Of Fluid Motion.
This note covers the following topics:
Differences between fluid and solid, Differences between gas and liquid, Types
of fluids, Physical properties, Fluid statics, Pressure Measurement, Buoyancy -
principles, Units and Dimensions, Similitude and model studies, Fluid flow,
Boundary layer, Flow of incompressible fluid in pipes, Compressible fluid flow,
Closed channel flow measurement, Flow past immersed bodies, Packed Towers,
Fluidization, Transportation of fluids, Rotary pumps, Airlift pump, Jet pump,
Selection of pumps, Fans, blowers, and compressors.
This note explains the following topics: Basic Energy Considerations,
?Basic Angular Momentum Considerations, The Centrifugal Pump The Centrifugal Pump,Dimensionless Parameters and Similarity Laws, Axial-Flow and Mixed Flow
Pumps, Fans, Turbines, Compressible Flow and Turbomachines.
This note will be useful
for students wishing to gain an overview of the vast field of fluid dynamics.
Topics covered includes: The continuum hypothesis, kinematics, conservation
laws: continuity equation, Euler and Navier-Stokes equation, Dimensionless
numbers, dynamic similarity, aerodynamics, Compressible flows, speed of sound,
shocks, Fluid instabilities and turbulence, Applications of fluid dynamics in
Fundamental Fluid and Flow Properties, Fluid Statics, Integral
Formulation of Fluid Flow , Bernoulli Equation, Differential Formulation of
Fluid Flow, Similitude and Dimensional Analysis, Viscous Flow in Pipes and
Ducts, Irrotational Flow , Viscous Flow, Turbomachinery, Compressible Flow.
This book explains the
following topics: Mathematical Models of Fluid Motion, Hydrostatics, Surface
Tension, Incompressible Inviscid Flow, Two-Dimensional Incompressible Inviscid
Flow, Axisymmetric Incompressible Inviscid Flow, Incompressible Boundary Layers,
Incompressible Aerodynamics, Terrestrial Ocean Tides, Equilibrium of
Compressible Fluids, Vectors and Vector Fields, Cartesian Tensors, Ellipsoidal
Potential Theory and Calculus of Variations.
note covers the following topics: The fluid continuum, Conservation of mass and
momentum , Vorticity , Potential flow, Lift and drag in ideal fluids , Viscosity
and the Navier-Stokes equations, Stokes flow, The boundary layer, Energy, Gas
dynamics and Shock waves.
First few lectures will review the fundamentals of fluid
mechanics, while subsequent lectures will focus on its applications in chemical
engineering. Topics covered includes: microscopic and macroscopic balances,
Navier-Stokes' equations, Introduction to turbulence, concept of boundary layer,
friction factor, pipe flow, pressure loss in fittings, flow past an immersed
body, packed and fluidized beds, pump and compressors.