Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad - Mechanical Engineering - SEM IV


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Curriculum

Total Chapters: 6 113 Videos

Chapter No. 1 : Fluid Statics

   

Introduction to Fluid Mechanics

Preview 5.08

Properties of Fluids

Preview 12.38

Properties of Fluid - Problem 1

6.29

Properties of Fluid - Problem 2

7.28

Viscosity - Dynamic Viscosoty

7.04

Kinematic Viscosity

2.45

Newton's Law of Viscosity

3.17

Types of Fluids

6.45

Fluid Viscosity between two plates

6.25

The Power Required

7.12

Shear Stress of Fluid Oil - Problem

6.16

Dynamic Viscosity of Oil - Problem

9.47

Kinematic Viscosity of Oil - Problem

4.48

The power lost in the bearing (sleeve) - Problem

11.57

Surface Tension - Properties of Fluid

8.1

Diametar of droplet of water

4.08

Surface Tension - Problem

3.29

Capillarity with expressions - capillary rise - capillary fall

9.05

Capillary Rise & Fall - Problem

8.12

Vapour Pressure - Cavitation Phenomenon

5.43

Newton's Law of Viscosity

3.17

Fluid Pressure at a Point

5.03

Pascal's Law

4.33

Pressuse Variation in a fluid at rest

8.38

Weight lifted by Hydrolic Pressure - Problem

7.24

Force required at the Plunger - Problem

9.3

Pressure Intensity - Problem

9.08

Load Lifted by Large Piston of Hydraulic Jack - Problem

18.18

Absolute Pressure - Guage Pressure - Atmospheric Pressure - Vaccum Pressure

5.49

Measurement of Pressure

3.52

Pressure Measurement by U-tube Manometer

4.51

Simple U-tube Monometer - Problem 1

6.5

Simple U-tube Monometer - Problem 2

6.34

Differential Manometer

5.44

Differential U-tube Manometer - Problem 1

8.48

Differential U-tube Manometer - Problem 2

9.08

Inverter Differential Manometer

4.02

Inverted U-tube Manometer - Problem

9.19

Chapter No. 2 : Fluid Kinematics

   

Eulerian and Lagrangian Approach of Fluid Kinematics

Preview 17.15

Steady & unsteady Flow

Preview 5.34

Uniform & Non Uniform Flow

8.41

One - Dimensional, Two - Dimensional, Three - Dimensional Flow

4.29

Laminar flow & Terminal flow

16.16

Compressible flow & Incompressible flow

11.29

Sonic, Subsonic and Supersonic flow

7.41

Critical, Sub Critical & Super Critical flow

14.36

Continuity Equation - Problem 1

5.28

Continuity Equation - Problem 2

8.48

Continuity Equation - Problem 3

5.51

Continuity Equation - Problem 4

23.07

Continuity Equation in Rectangular Coordinate

27.25

Continuity Equation in Cylindrical Coordinate

40.56

Rotation Flow & Irrotational Flow

9.35

Irrotational Flow & Rotational Flow Problem 1

10.06

Velocity Potential Function

5.49

Relation between Velocity Potential Function & Streamline Function

4.04

Problem no. 3 on Velocity Potential Function & Streamline Function

11.04

Streamline Function & Velocity Potential Function in Cylindrical Coordinate

12.56

Type of Potential Flow and Uniform Flow(Uniform part 1)

12.16

Type of Potential Flow and Uniform Flow(Uniform part 2)

10.22

Define Source Flow

15.48

Pressure Distribution in Source Flow

6.57

Problem Based on Source Flow

10.39

Sink Flow

11.2

Streamline Function,StreamLine Function, Pathline Function

9.29

Problem no. 1 on Bends

21.35

Problem no. 2 on Bends

21.52

Problem no. 3 on Bends

16.04

Problem no. 4 on Bends

18.39

Problem no. 5 on Bends

11.4

Chapter No. 3 : Fluid Dynamics

   

Introduction to Fluid Dynamics

Preview 9.12

Euler Equation of Motion

Preview 15.28

Bernoulli's Equation From Euler Equation

12.28

Bernoulli's Equation - Problem 1

16.48

Bernoulli's Equation - Problem 2

14.27

Bernoulli's Equation - Problem 3

15.12

Bernoulli's Equation - Problem 4

13.48

Bernoulli's Equation - Problem 5

17.15

Bernoulli's Equation - Problem 6

11.58

Venturimeter - Problem 1

13.3

Venturimeter - Problem 2

16.35

Venturimeter - Problem 3

14.17

Venturimeter - Problem 4

10.32

Chapter No. 6 : Hydraulic Turbines

   

Introduction of Hydraulic Power plant

Preview 7.15

Classification of Hydraulic Turbines

Preview 11.33

Construction and Working of Pelton Wheeld

30.21

Numericals on Pelton Wheel

24.19

Specific Speed & Numericals

14.57

Francis Turbine

8.26

Formula for Work Done and Efficiency

13.46

Numericals on Francis Turbine

26.11

Kaplan Turbine

8.57

Difference between Implace Turbine & Reaction Turbine

10.01

Chapter No. 8 : Centrifugal Pumps

   

Introduction & Working Principle of Centrifugal Pump

Preview 5.44

Components Centrifugal Pump

Preview 22.52

Priming of Centrifugal Pump

2.2

Cavitation in a Centrifugal Pump

2.1

Work done By Impeller On The Fluid

11.24

Centrifugal Pump- Problem-1

4.24

Centrifugal Pump- Problem-2

10.02

Centrifugal Pump- Problem-3

7.02

Centrifugal Pump- Problem-4

6.09

Centrifugal Pump- Problem-5

6.05

Centrifugal Pump- Problem-6

11.08

Chapter No. 9 : Reciprocating Pumps

   

Introduction to Reciprocating Pump

Preview 2.13

Construction, Principle & Working of Single acting Reciprocating Pump

Preview 9.3

Concept of Slip in Pumps

4.1

Work Done by a Reciprocating Pump

6.32

Indicator Diagram for Reciprocating Pump

7.13

Effect of Acceleration Head

12.42

Effect of Acceleration on Suction Pipe

6.17

Effect of Friction on Indicator Diagram

6.5

Use of Air Vessel

6.38

Instructor Biography

Zafar Shaikh, Instructor and Teacher

Professor Zafar Shaikh is dedicated to share his deep knowledge in all the subjects related to Mechanical Engineering. As he has his diploma in Mechanical Engineering, and has earned his B.E in Automobile Engineering from Mumbai University following by his M.E in Mechanical Engg. And thus he is passionate about teaching all the core concepts related to Mech. He successfully accomplished projects on cooling tower & off-roader vehicle in his B.E. Further his M.E. projects includes case studies on Nano particles, Nano-technology & Microstructure. He will be responsible for the tangible concept clearing process when you will learn Drawing. Thus he has presented a set of interesting videos covering each subject in detail.

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