Description: Applications of the governing differential and integral equations of fluid mechanics to fundamental problems in internal flows, pipe flow, external flows, turbulent and laminar flows, boundary layers, lift and drag. Also presented are applications of dimensional analysis, and introductions to compressible flow, fluid machinery, and computational fluid dynamics. Principles are reinforced with laboratory experiments. 2 hrs. lecture, 3 hrs. lab. Letter grade only.
Sections offered: Fall 2020 Spring 2021
Prerequisite: (CS 122 and ME 395 with grades of C or better and ME Fdtnl GPA Milestone for ME majors) or (CS 122 and ME 395 with grades of C or better for non-ME majors)