This course will provide an introduction to the study of fluids (liquids and gasses) at rest or in motion and the effects of the fluid at its boundaries (solid surfaces or other liquids) with engineering applications. Topics include: Fluid properties, Similarity of fluid flows, Conservation equation, Conservation of mass, momentum, Newton second Law, Bernoulli Equation. Application: flow through pipes . Compressible flow: fundamental concepts, isotropic compressible flow with area change, performance of nozzles, frictional flow in constant area ducts, and flow in constant area ducts with heat transfer (Rayleigh Flow). Viscous flow: differential formulations, solution of simple flows. Analysis of flow in pipeline networks, hemodynamic models.
Course ID: BIOEN 441
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