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**week4: relation between first law of thermodynamies and the Bernoulli equation,**

The topic relation between first law of thermodynamies and the Bernoulli equation, at the page number 242 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