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Psm 691 - Internship
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Course Number Course Name Semester Number of credits Instructor Office Location Office Hours Office Phone Meeting times Textbook EGR 365 Fluid Mechanics Summer 2018 4 3 0 3 Dr Sanjivan Manoharan KEN 249 T 11 00 am 1 00 pm 616 331 6024 M W 2 00 3 30 PM at KEN 122 Fox and McDonald s Introduction to Fluid Mechanics 9th edition by Philip J Pritchard and John W Mitchell Wiley Hoboken NJ 07030 Catalogue Description Topics include fluid statics control volume analysis continuity momentum energy Bernoulli equation dimensional analysis and similitude laminar and turbulent flows boundary layers differential analysis external flow lift and drag internal flow basic pump selection introduction to turbomachinery and basic open channel flow Objectives To demonstrate understanding of fundamentals of forces exerted by fluids both at rest and in motion To apply fluids concepts in mathematical form to solve problems To demonstrate practical knowledge of fluid mechanics and application to working systems To apply dimensional analysis and analytical techniques to problems based on conservation laws Grading Final Exam Exams tests 35 Every other Wednesday for 30 mins Homework 10 Project 10 Lab 20 Final exam 25 The grading weightage could be subject to change Wednesday August 1st 2018 2 00 4 00 pm tentative date Deadlines Homework and Working Together Please submit all assignments on the due date The due dates will be announced in class Late submissions will not be accepted depends on situation Unless arrangements are made in advance make up exams will generally not be given You are encouraged to work together and share ideas on homework and projects however all assigned work is to be individually prepared Learning Disabilities If you have a documented learning disability that requires special measures either in class or in taking exams please notify the instructor at your earliest convenience so that we can maximize your educational benefit from this course If you require further information about learning disabilities please contact Disability Support Services www gvsu edu DSS Course Policies https www gvsu edu coursepolicies Laboratory The lab experience is a significant part of this course and therefore it is highly recommended to maintain a separate notebook Start new projects labs on a new page Purchase the lab course pack which contains all the lab assignments Also purchase a 3 ring binder for the lab Topics list and tentative dates Date May 7 May 9 May 14 May 16 Test 1 May 21 May 23 May 28 May 30 Test 2 June 4 June 6 June 11 June 13 Test 3 June 17 June 19 June 25 June 27 Test 4 July 2 July 9 July 11 Test 5 July 16 July 18 July 23 Topic Introduction and Fluid Properties Fluid statics and pressure variation Planar and curvature hydrostatic forces Hydrostatic forces buoyancy and stability Streamlines Bernoulli s equation and application Kinematics of flow Holiday Memorial Day Velocity and acceleration field intro control volumes Control volume analysis and conservation of mass Conservation of linear momentum Conservation of linear momentum energy Dimensional analysis Modeling and similitude External flow boundary layers Laminar turbulent boundary layer flow Momentum integral method flat plates laminar and turbulent flows Application to lift and drag Application to lift and drag Internal flows fully developed flows Fully developed turbulent flow Major and minor losses Major and minor losses for pipes in series and parallel arrangement July 25 July 30 Intro To turbomachinery pumps Basic channel flows


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