Fluid Mechanics 1 (CHE 210.0)

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CHE 210 02 January 2018 Lifeng Zhang
CHE 210 L02 January 2018 Lifeng Zhang
 
CHE 210 02 January 2017 Lifeng Zhang
CHE 210 L02 January 2017 Lifeng Zhang
 
CHE 210 02 January 2016
CHE 210 L02 January 2016

Description

Single phase fluid flow is considered for both gas and liquids. Newtonian and non-Newtonian concepts are introduced. Mass, energy and momentum balance equations, including Bernoulli equation (mechanical energy) are developed and applied to various fluid flow systems. The concepts of laminar and turbulent flow regimes are discussed and applied to flow in pipes and networks, and fluid metering. Other topics include pump and compressors and flow through consolidated and unconsolidated porous media.

Prerequisite(s)

GE 125 and MATH 223 (taken).

Note

Students with credit for CE 225 will not receive credit for this course.

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