Course Title : Fluid Mechanics-II
Course Code : ME-226
Course Duration: 1 Semester
Credit Units: (3+1) 4 credit
Teacher: Engr, Anam shahzadi
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Phone/email: ashahzadi45@gmail.com
Course Outline :
1. Differetial analysis of fluid flow
2. Potential flow theory
3. Flow over immersed bodies
4. Introduction to computational fluid dynamics
5. Compressible flows
6. Turbo Machinery
Course pre-requisites:
Following topics are the pre-requiisites of Fluid Mechanics-II. The detail is given below
viscous flow, boundary layer theory and their applications including fans, turbines and pumps. It also includes elementary topics of compressible flows useful for analysis of nozzles and compressible Turbomachinery. Keeping in view the modern trends in fluid dynamics, an introduction to numerical analysis and CFD is also included.
Course Learning outcomes:
S. No |
CLO |
Domain |
Taxonomy Level |
PLO |
1 |
Apply governing equations to incompressible and compressible fluid flows. |
Cognitive |
3 |
2 |
2 |
Calculate fluid flow parameters for various geometries. |
Cognitive |
3 |
2 |
3 |
Analyze the performance of various fluid devices using scaling laws. |
Cognitive |
4 |
3 |
Textbooks to be used for the course:
1. B. R. Munson, A. P. Rothmayer, T. H. Okiishi, W. W. Huebsch, Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, J. Wiley & Sons.
2. P. J. Pritchard and J. W. Mitchell, Fox and McDonald's Introduction to Fluid Mechanics, J. Wiley & Sons.
3. F. M. White, Fluid Mechanics. McGraw Hill.
Description of System of Evaluation (Exam, assignments etc)
1. Quiz-1:5%
2. Term Paper: 30%
3.Quiz-2 :5%
4. Assignment: 5%
5. Final Paper: 50%
6. Attendance: 5%
Weekly Plan:
Total weeks: 16 Total lectures: 32
Weeks |
Topic |
Topic |
Week 1 |
Lec 1: Introduction and types of flow |
Lec 2: Motion of fluid particles + continuity of flow |
Week 2 |
Lec 3: Continuity equation in Cartesian coordinates and polar coordinates |
Lec 4: Circulation and vorticity + problems |
Week 3 |
Lec 5: Velocity potential and stream function + problems |
Lec 6: Drag and lift + problems |
Week 4 |
Lec 7: Air foil theory and boundary layer theory +problems |
Lec 8: Boundary layer thickness + problems |
Week 5 |
Lec 9: Vortex flow+ types of vortex flow+ problems |
Lec 10: Navier stroke equation + problems |
Week 6 |
Lec 11: Quiz 1 |
Lec 12: Problems related to find out discharge using diff eq |
Week 7 |
Lec 13: Reynolds number +Hagen poiseuille law problems |
Lec 14: Flow b/w parallel plates when when plate is moving and one is at rest + problems |
Week 8 |
Lec 15: Flow b/w parallel plates when both plates are at rest+ problems |
Lec 16: Power absorbed by journal bearings + Quiz 2 |
Week 9 |
Lec 17: Problems discussion |
Lec 18; Mid term(online) by assigning the topic to each student of class. |
Week 10 |
Lec 19: Impact of jet |
Lec 20: Problems of impact of jet |
Week 11 |
Lec 21: Hydraulic machines |
Lec 22: Problems of hydraulic machines |
Week 12 |
Lec 23: Centrifugal pumps |
Lec 24: Problems of centrifugal pumps |
Week 13 |
Lec 25: Reciprocating pump |
Lec 26: Reaction turbines |
Week 14 |
Lec 27: Problems of reaction turbines |
Lec 28: Impulse turbine |
Week 15 |
Lec 29: problems |
Lec 30: Course over view |
Week 16 |
Lec 31: Course over view |
Lec 32: Final terms |
Key dates and time of class meeting:
Semester Start: 13 January 2020
Semester End: 8 May 2020
Course |
Monday |
Tuesday |
Thursday |
ME-226 |
11:00-12:30 |
11-2 Lab |
9:30-11:00 Th 11:00-2:00 Lab |