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PİRİ REİS UNIVERSITY

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Programme

2017- 2018 Spring Term Course catalog Form

 Fluid Mechanics Degree: Code Year/Semester Local Credits ECTS Credits Course Implementation, Hours/Week Course Tutorial Laboratory NAME221 17-18/Spring 3.5 5 3 1 - Department Mechanical Engineering Instructors Asst.Prof. Murat ÖZBULUT Contact Information mozbulut@pirireis.edu.tr Office Hours Web page Course Type Compulsory Course Language English Course Prerequisites None Course Category by Content, % Basic Sciences Engineering Science Engineering Design Humanities 30 45 25 - Course Description Fundamental concepts: Fluid as a continuum, velocity and stress fields. Fluid statics: The basic equations, hydrostatics force on a plane surface. Hydrostatic force components on a curved surface, buoyancy and stability. Differential analysis of fluid motion: Conservation of mass. Motion of a fluid element: Acceleration of a fluid particle, momentum eqn. Incompressible inviscid flow: Euler's equations, Bernoulli equation, applications. Unsteady Bernoulli equation. Irrotational flow: Velocity potential, stream function, plane flows. Dimensional analysis and similitude: Buckingham Pi theorem, applications. Flow similarity and model studies. Nondimensionalizing the basic equations. Internal incompressible viscous flow: Fully developed laminar flow. Flow in pipes and ducts: Turbulent velocity profiles, head loss. External incompressible viscous flow: Laminar boundary layer, turbulent flow. Fluid flow about immersed bodies: Drag, lift. Course Objectives 1. To give the fundamental concepts of fluid as a continuum, 2. To acquire students with the solutions of problems related to various applications in hydrostatics, 3. To introduce the fundamental equations of inviscid incompressible flow, 4. To give hands-on experience of MATLAB applications in fluid mechanics, 5. To introduce the concept of dimensional analysis and its applications, 6. To acquaint students with the viscous flow and its diverse application areas. Course Learning Outcomes At the end of this course,  students  will have a complete understanding of the following fundamental topics in engineering: I.   Solving hydrostatics problem involving vertical, inclined, and curved walls, II. Using the fundamental formulas of inviscid incompressible flow in various applications, III. Using MATLAB for some basic fluid mechanics problems, IV. Performing dimensional problems for a range of fluid mechanics problems, V. Learning the fundamentals of similarity and non-dimensional analysis VI.  Solving pipe-flow problems with head losses, VII. Understanding the concept mass, momentum and energy conservation. VIII. Learning the conditions of equilibrium and motion of a fluid element IX. Learning the basics of lifting theory and flow past immersed bodies X. Learning the background physics and mathematics of basic potential flow theory Instructional Methods and Techniques Tutorial Place Classroom and Fluid Mechanics Laboratory Co-term Condition Textbook White, F.M., Fluid Mechanics, McGraw-Hill, 1994. Other References 1. Kundu, P.K., Cohen, I.M. and Dowling, D.R. “Fluid Mechanics”, 5th Edition 2. Prandtl, L. and Tietjens, O.G., Fundamentals of Hydro- and Aeromechanics, Dover Publications, Inc., 1957. 3. Prandtl, L. and Tietjens, O.G., Applied Hydro- and Aeromechanics, Dover Publications, Inc., 1957. 4. Fox, R.W. and McDonald, A.T., Introduction to Fluid Mechanics, Fourth edition, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1994. Homework & Projects Two problem sets and a term project. Laboratory Work Computer Use MATLAB computer program will be used. Other Activities -

 Assessment Criteria Activities Quantity Effects on Grading, % Attendance Midterm 1 30 Quiz Homework 2 10 Term Paper/Project 1 20 Laboratory Work Practices Tutorial Seminar Presentation Field Study Final Exam 1 40 TOTAL %100 Effects of Midterm on Grading, % %60 Effects of Final on Grading, % %40 TOTAL %100

 ECTS/ WORKLOAD TABLE Activities Count Hours Total Workload Lecture 14 2 28 Midterm 15 Quiz Homework 1 12 Term Paper/Project 1 20 20 Laboratory Work Practices Tutorial Seminar Presentation Field Study Final Exam 1 15 20 Total Workload 123 Total Workload/25 123/25 Course ECTS Credits 5

 Week Topics Course Outcomes 1 Introduction, fundamental concepts, fluid as a continuum, Newtonian Fluid I 2 Properties of the velocity field, Thermodynamic properties of fluid, viscosity, flow patterns I 3 Pressure & Pressure gradient, Hydrostatics of fluids I, III 4 Hydrostatic forces on plane & curved surfaces, buoyancy & stability II, III 5 Integral relations for a control volume, Conservation of mass II, III,VI 6 Incompressible inviscid flow: Bernoulli’s equation and its applications. II, III 7 Viscous flow in ducts, pipe flow III, IV,VI 8 Flow similarity and model studies. Nondimensionalizing the basic equations. IV 9 Pump Performance Curves & Similarity Rules IV, V 10 Reynolds Transport Theorem II, III,IV 11 Differential Relations for Fluid Flow: Conservation Laws VII, VIII 12 The Stream Function, Vorticity and Irrotationality. VII, VIII 13 Flow past immersed bodies: Drag, lift. IX 14 Potential Flows X

## Relationship between the Course and the Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Curriculum

 Program Outcomes Level of Contribution 1 2 3 a An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering X b An  ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data X c An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs X d Ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams X e An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems X f An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility g An ability to communicate effectively h The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context X i A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning j A knowledge of contemporary issues k An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice X l An ability to apply basic knowledge in fluid mechanics, structural mechanics, material properties, and energy/propulsion systems in the context of marine vehicles X

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Programme Outcomes & Course Outcomes Connectivity Matrix

 Course Outcomes I II III IV V VI Programme Outcomes VII VIII IX X a X X X X X X X X X b X X c X d X X e X X X X X X X f g h i X j X k X l X X X X X X X X X

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Asst. Prof. Murat Özbulut

# 01.02.2018

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