**DESCRIPTION OF COURSES**

**AE 627 FLUID MECHANICS (3L+IP) I**

**Objective**

To acquaint and equip with the latest knowledge in the field of fluid mechanics

**Theory**

UNIT I

Review of fluid properties and definitions.

UNIT II

Fluids flow concepts and basic equations; kinetics and dynamics of fluid flow; method of describing motion, velocity, acceleration.

UNIT III

Euler’s equation; stress and deformation components for general cases.

UNIT IV

Fundamental equations derived from principles of mass transfer and conservation of mass, momentum and energy.

UNIT V

Ideal fluid flow requirements; vortex, irrotational and rotational flow; velocity potential; stream function; flow net.

UNIT VI

Two and three dimensional flow; boundary layer theory; velocity distribution; transition from laminar to turbulent flow; Heleshaw models.

**Practicals**

Extensive practical on different aspects of fluid mechanics.

**Suggested Readings**

- Modi, P.N. and Seth, S.M. 2000
*Hydraulic and Fluid Mechanics*. Standard Book House. - Burce R. Munson, Donald F. Young. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, sixth edition
- Robert W.Fox and Alan T Mcdonald. Introduction to fluid Mechanics.
- Morle Potter and david Wiggert. Schaums outline of Fluid Mechanics.
- Yunus a Cargel and John M. Cimberla. Fluid Mechanics (Mcgraw Hill Series).
- Joseph B Franzini and E John Finnerana. Fluid Mechanics with Engineering applications.