|ME3511||Fluid Mechanics||3 ch (3C)|
The principles of fluid mechanics are introduced and methods are presented for the analysis of fluid motion in practical engineering problems. Specific topics include: fluid statics; integral balances of mass, momentum, angular momentum and energy; boundary layer theory and introduction to the Navier-Stokes equations; dimensional analysis; and liquid flow in piping networks with pumps and turbines. Pressure and flow measurement and experimental uncertainty.
Prerequisite: ME 2003 or APSC 1023.
Co-requisite: MATH 2513.