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Fluid Dynamics (E121500)
Departments:ústav mech. tekutin a termodyn. (12112)
Abbreviation:Approved:14.03.2011
Valid until: ??Range:3+2
Semestr:*Credits:5
Completion:Z,ZKLanguage:EN
Annotation
The first course in Fluid Mechanics designed to provide the fundamental tools necessary to analyse a fluid systems and predict its behaviour.
Teacher's
Ing. Vladimir Kulish DrSc.
Letní 2018/2019
Ing. Michal Schmirler Ph.D.
Letní 2017/2018
Ing. Michal Schmirler Ph.D.
Letní 2016/2017
Structure
1. Introduction, basic properties, quantities and units, Fluid statics, development of the hydrostatic law
2. Forces on submerged surfaces, buoyancy
3. Ideal fluid in motion: basic laws - continuity equation, Bernoulli equation, linear momentum equation, discharge from vessels, one-dimensional pipe flow
4. Frictional and local losses
5. Principles of pressure, velocity and discharge measurement
6. Unsteady one-dimensional flow
7. Relative flows
8. Force action on fluid jet
9. Laminar flows
10. Turbulent flows
11. Flow past bodies, boundary layer, drag and lift, wing theory
12. Dimensional analysis and model theory
13. Potential flow theory
14. Navier-Stokes equation
Structure of tutorial
Literarture
1. White, F. M.: Fluid Mechanics, 3rd ed., New York, 1994,
2. Munson,B.,Young,D.,Okiishi,T.:Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, 2nd ed., New York,1994,
3. Douglas, J., Mathews, R.: Solving Problems in Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 1 and 2, Longman, Malaysia, 1998
Requirements
Keywords
Hydrostatics, continuity energy and momentum equations, pipe flow, flow past bodies, model theory, potential flow
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