Fluid Mechanics
Mumbai University - Mechanical Engineering - SEM IV


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  • Lectures
  • 441 Lectures
  • Videos
  • 83.03 Hrs Video

Course Description

The principle behind introducing this course is:-

1. To understand fluid statics and fluid dynamics.

2. To understand application of mass, momentum and energy equation in fluid flow.

3. To learn various flow measurement techniques.

What are the requirements?

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What am I going to get from this course?

You would be able to ….

1. Understand properties of fluids and classification of flows

2. Formulate and solve equations of the control volume for fluid flow systems

3. Calculate resistance to flow of incompressible fluids through closed conduits and over surfaces.

4. Apply fundamentals of compressible fluid flows to relevant systems.

Curriculum

Total Chapters: 12 228 Videos

Chapter No. 1 : Properties of Fluid

   

Fluids - Properties

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

Fluids - Types

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

droplet of water - Diameter

4.08

Surface Tension - Problem

3.29

Capillarity with expressions - capillary rise - capillary fall

9.05

Capillary Rise and Fall - Problem

8.12

Vapour Pressure - Cavitation Phenomenon

5.43

Viscosity - Newton's Law

3.17

Chapter No. 2 : Pressure and Pressure Measurement

   

Fluid Pressure at a Point

Preview 5.03

Pascal's Law

Preview 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

Pressure - Measurement

3.52

U-tube Manometer - Pressure Measurement

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. 3 : Hydrostatic Forces On Surfaces

   

Hydrostatic Forces on Surfaces

Preview 3.57

Centre Of Pressure

3.52

Total Pressure

Preview 4.2

Vertical rectangular Plane immerged in water - Problem

7.01

Vertical Circular Plate immersed in water - Problem

9.2

Vertical Triangular plate immersed in oil - Problem

12.22

Square plate used as a gate for a tank - Problem

16.17

Trapezoidal Channel - Problem

21.55

Total Pressure - Centre of Pressure on one side of tank - Problem

17.45

Inclined Rectangular - Plane submerged in water - Problem

15.04

Inclined Circular - Plate submerged in water - Problem

16.33

Inclined Hollow Circular - Plate submerged in water - Problem

14.32

Chapter No. 4 : Fluid Kinematics

   

Eulerian and Lagrangian Approach of Fluid Kinematics

Preview 17.15

Steady and unsteady Flow

Preview 5.34

Uniform and Non Uniform Flow

8.41

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

4.29

Laminar flow and Terminal Flow

16.16

Compressible flow and Incompressible Flow

11.29

Sonic, Subsonic and Supersonic Flow

7.41

Critical, Sub Critical and 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

Rectangular Coordinate - Continuity Equation

27.25

Cylindrical Coordinate - Continuity Equation

40.56

Rotational and Irrotational Flow

9.35

Irrotational Flow and Rotational Flow - Problem 1

10.06

Stream Line Body and Buff Body

8.26

Velocity Potential Function

5.49