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Units |
Titles |
Sub Titles |
Chapters |

1 |
Unit 1 |
Fluid and their properties |
Concept of fluid difference between solids liquids and gases ideal and real fluids properties of fluid Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids |
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Fluid Statics |
Pressure and its measurement Pascal s law and its engineering applications Hydrostatic force on a plane and curved submerged surfaces resultant force and center of pressure Buoyancy and flotation stability of floating and submerged bodies metacentric height and its determination pressure distribution in a liquid subjected to constant horizontal/ vertical acceleration rotation of liquid in a cylindrical container |
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Fluid Kinematics |
Classification of fluid flows velocity and acceleration of fluid particle local and convective acceleration normal and tangential acceleration streamline path line and streak line continuity equation Rotational flows rotation velocity and circulation stream and velocity potential functions flow net |
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Fluid Dynamics |
Euler s equation Bernoulli s equation and steady flow energy equation applications of Bernoulli s equation impulse momentum equation flow along a curved streamline free and forced vortex motions |
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Boundary Layer Flow |
Navier-Stokes equation Boundary layer concept displacement momentum and energy thickness von-karman momentum integral equation laminar and turbulent boundary layer flows drag on a flat plate boundary layer separation and control |
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Viscous Flow |
Relationship between shear stress and pressure gradient flow through pipes flow between two parallel plates Kinetic energy and momentum correction factor |
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Dimensional Analysis and Similitude |
Fundamental and derived units and dimensions dimensional homogeneity Rayleigh s and Buckingham s Pi method for dimensional analysis Dimensionless numbers and their significance model studies |
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Flow measurements |
Pitot tube Siphon Venturimeter Orificemeter Mouthpiece Weirs and notches |
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Flow Through Pipes |
Major and minor losses in pipes hydraulic gradient and total energy lines series and parallel connection of pipes branched pipes equivalent pipe power transmission through pipes |
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