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Fluid Mechanics

  • Course level: All Levels

Description

This class provides students with an introduction to principal concepts and methods of fluid mechanics.

Topics covered in the course include pressure, hydrostatics, and buoyancy; open systems and control volume analysis; mass conservation and momentum conservation for moving fluids; viscous fluid flows, flow through pipes; dimensional analysis; boundary layers, and lift and drag on the object

Who this course is for:

  1. Aspiring engineers, inventors, hackers, and programmers that want to learn the math and science governing fluid behavior
  2. Beginner engineers
  3. Anyone that wants to brush up on fluid mechanics

What Will I Learn?

  • Discuss (qualitatively and quantitatively) various fluid mechanic phenomena
  • Analyze flow problems
  • Derive, smplify, and solve equations for fluid mass and momentum conservation

Topics for this course

59 Lessons

Fluid Mechanics

Introduction to Velocity Fields00:00:00
Simple Velocity Field: Example 100:00:00
Simple Velocity Field: Example 200:00:00
Velocity Field Continued00:00:00
Acceleration and Streamline Equations00:00:00
Streamline Equation: Example 100:00:00
Streamline Equation: Example 200:00:00
Introduction to Fluid Statics00:00:00
Static Pressure: Example 100:00:00
Static Pressure: Example 200:00:00
Static Pressure: Example 3: Part 100:00:00
Static Pressure: Example 3: Part 200:00:00
The Material Derivative00:00:00
Components of Acceleration Field00:00:00
Fluid Kinematics: Volumetric Dilation Rate & Vorticity00:00:00
Fluid Kinematics: Example 1: Dilation Rate00:00:00
Fluid Kinematics: Example 2: Rotation Vector00:00:00
Fluid Kinematics: Example 3: Vorticity00:00:00
Introduction to Bernoulli Equation00:00:00
Bernoulli Equation: Example 1: Part 100:00:00
Bernoulli Equation: Example 1: Part 200:00:00
The Reynalds Transport Theorem00:00:00
Mass Conservation: Example 100:00:00
Mass Conservation: Example 200:00:00
Bernoulli Equation: Example 200:00:00
Bernoulli Equation: Example 300:00:00
Basics of Linear Momentum: Part 100:00:00
Basics of Linear Momentum: Part 200:00:00
Bernoulli Equation: Example 400:00:00
Introduction to Power and Energy Terminology00:00:00
Power and Energy Equation00:00:00
Power and Energy: Example 1: Part 100:00:00
Power and Energy: Example 1: Part 200:00:00
Power and Energy: Example 200:00:00
Power and Energy: Example 300:00:00
Pipe Flow and Darcy-Weisback Equation00:00:00
Pipe Flow: Example 1: Part 100:00:00
Pipe Flow: Example 1: Part 200:00:00
Introduction to Turbulent Flow00:00:00
Turbulent Flow: Relative Roughness Chart00:00:00
Turbulent Flow: Moody Chart00:00:00
Turbulent Flow: Minor Loss Coefficiant Chart00:00:00
Turbulent Flow Example: Part 100:00:00
Turbulent Flow Example: Part 200:00:00
Turbulent Flow Example: Part 300:00:00
Introduction to Forces on Planar and Submerged Surfaces00:00:00
Forces on Planar Surfaces: Center of Pressure00:00:00
Forces on Planar Surfaces: Example 1: Part 100:00:00
Forces on Planar Surfaces: Example 1: Part 200:00:00
Forces on Planar Surfaces: Example 200:00:00
Forces on Curved Surfaces00:00:00
Forces on Curved Surfaces Trick00:00:00
Forces on Curved Surfaces: Example 100:00:00
Forces on Curved Surfaces: Example 2: Part 100:00:00
Forces on Curved Surfaces: Example 2: Part 200:00:00
Introduction to Buoyancy00:00:00
Buoyancy: Example 100:00:00
Buoyancy: Example 2: Part 100:00:00
Buoyancy: Example 2: Part 200:00:00
fluid mechanics
40 £

Enrolment validity: Lifetime

Requirements

  • Understand multivariate concepts such as gradient, 2D/3D integrals, etc.
  • Comprehend high school level physics