Fluid Mechanics 2 (ME 335.3)

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ME 335 02 January 2018 Donald Bergstrom
ME 335 02 January 2017 David Sumner
ME 335 02 January 2016


The basic principles of fluid mechanics are developed using a differential control volume formulation, and then applied to the study of incompressible flow. The distinction is made between ideal and viscous fluids, and laminar and turbulent flow. Both integral and differential methods are used to study boundary layers, with both industrial and environmental applications.


MATH 224 (taken) and ME 215.

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