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**Week16: Use of momentum integral equation for flow with zero pressure gradient, pressure gradient in boundary-layer flow.**

The topic Use of momentum integral equation for flow with zero pressure gradient, pressure gradient in boundary-layer flow. at the page number 421 section 9.5 of recomended book of Fox, R. W. and McDonald, A. T., *Introduction to Fluid Mechanics 6th Ed. John Wiley & Sons, 2004 (Suggested Text Book)*

Course Material

- week1: Incompressible inviscid flow, momentum equation for frictionless flow,
- Week2: Euler's equations,Euler's equations in streamline coordinates,
- Week3: Bernoulli equation- Integration of Euler's equation along a streamline for steady flow,
- week4: relation between first law of thermodynamies and the Bernoulli equation,
- week5: unsteady Bernoulli equation-Integration of Euler's equation along a streamline, irrotational flow.
- week6: Internal incompressible viscous flow,
- week7: Part-A Fully developed laminar flow, fully developed laminar flow between infinite parallel plates,
- week8: fully developed laminar flow in a pipe,
- week9: Part-B Flow in pipes and ducts, shear stress distribution in fully developed pipe flow,
- week10: turbulent velocity profiles in fully developed pipe flow,
- week11: energy consideration in pipe flow.
- week12: External incompressible viscous flow
- week13: Part-A, Boundary layers ,the boundary concept,
- week14: boundary thickness, laminar flat plate boundary layer
- Week15: Exact solution, momentum, integral equation,
- Week16: Use of momentum integral equation for flow with zero pressure gradient, pressure gradient in boundary-layer flow.

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Ms. Saira Ansar