SES # | TOPICS | LECTURE NOTES |
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L1 |
Introduction Fluids vs. Solids Liquids vs. Gases |
(PDF) |
Basic Equations |
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L2 |
Description of a Flow Flow Visualization - Flow Lines Concept and Consequences of Continuous Flow Material/Substantial/Total Time Derivative Langrangian and Eulerian Time Derivative |
(PDF) |
L3 |
Stress Tensor Mass and Momentum Conservation |
(PDF) |
L4 |
Newtonian Fluids Navier-Stokes Equations Boundary Conditions Surface Tension Body Forces - Gravity |
(PDF) |
Similitude |
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L5 |
Dimensional Analysis |
(PDF) |
L6 |
Similarity Parameters Using Governing Equations and Boundary Conditions Using Physical Arguments Importance |
(PDF) |
Ideal Fluid Flow |
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L7 |
Governing Equations and Boundary Conditions Circulation - Kelvin’s Theorem Vorticity |
(PDF) |
L8 |
Properties of Vortex Structures Bernoulli Equation for Steady, Ideal, and Rotational Flow |
(PDF) |
L9 |
Vorticity Equation Potential Flow |
(PDF) |
L10 |
Governing Equations and Boundary Conditions for P-Flow Linear Superposition for P-Flow Laplace Equation Simple Potential Flows |
(PDF) |
L11 |
Method of Images D’Alembert’s Paradox Lift Due to Circulation |
(PDF) |
L12 |
Lifting Surfaces Potential Flow and Kutta Condition Thin Wing, Small Angle of Attack |
(PDF) |
L13 |
Unsteady Motion - Added Mass General 6 Degrees of Freedom Motions |
(PDF) |
L14 |
Properties of Added-Mass Coefficients Slender Body Approximation Buoyancy Effects Due to Accelerating Flow |
(PDF) |
Real Fluid Effects |
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L15 |
Form Drag |
(PDF) |
L16 |
Drag on a Very Streamlined Body Known Solutions of the Navier-Stokes Equations Boundary Layer Growth Over an Infinite Flat Plate for Unsteady Flow |
(PDF) |
L17 |
Laminar Boundary Layers Steady Flow over a Flat Plate Flow Over a Body of General Geometry |
(PDF) |
L18 |
Turbulent Flow - Reynolds Stress Turbulent Boundary Layer Over a Smooth Flat Plate |
(PDF) |
L19 |
Turbulent Boundary Layers: Roughness Effects Model Testing |
(PDF) |
Water Waves |
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L20 |
Exact (Nonlinear) Governing Equations for Surface Gravity Waves Linearized (Airy) Wave Theory Characteristics of Linear Plane Progressive Waves Particle Orbits (PDF) |
(PDF) |
L21 |
Superposition of Linear Plane Progressive Waves Wave Energy Energy Propagation - Group Velocity Energy Conservation Equation Steady Ship Waves, Wave Resistance |
(PDF) |
L22 |
Wave Forces on a Body |
(PDF) |
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