CE 203 Fluid Mechanics

 

COURSE SCHEDULE

 The course is held in Room No. 4201 on:

* Tuesdays (10:00 to 10:55 AM)

* Wednesdays (11:00 to 11:55 AM)

* Fridays (9:00 to 9:55 AM)

 

  Week

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

1

09/01/2017

Lecture 1

Introduction and Brief History

10/01/2017

Lecture 2

Concept of Fluid; Lagrangian and Eulerian Appr.

11/01/2017

Lecture 3

Viscosity; Newtonian; Non-Newtonian Liquids

 

 

 

 

2

 

17/01/2017

Lecture 4

Cavitation; Surface Tension

18/01/2017

Lecture 5

Pressure; Hydrostatic Cond.

 20/01/2017

Lecture 6

Hydrostatic Pressure

 

 

3

24/01/2017

Lecture 7

Hydrostatic Forces on Plane Surfaces

25/01/2017

Lecture 8

Hydrostatic Forces on Plane Surfaces-2

 

27/01/2017

Lecture 9

Buoyancy and Stability 

 

 

4

 

31/01/2017

Lecture 10

Buoyancy and Stability-2

01/02/2017

Lecture 11

Introduction to Control Volume 

03/02/2017

No Classes

 

 

5

07/02/2017

Lecture 12

Reynolds Transport Theorem

08/02/2017

Lecture 13

Introduction to Tensor Notations 

 

10/02/2017

No Classes; (GATE Exam) 

 

6

14/02/2017

Lecture 14

Index Notations (Contd..)

15/02/2017

Lecture 15

Gauss and Stokes Theorem; Kinematics

 

17/02/2017

Lecture 16 

Kinematics (Contd..)

18/02/2017

Lecture 17

(Special Class)

Material Derivative

 

7

 

21/02/2017

Lecture 18

RTT through Material Derivative

22/02/2017

Lecture 19

Conservation of Mass using RTT

 

24/02/2017

Lecture 20 

Revision of Concepts

 

 

8

 

28/02/2017

Mid Semester Exam

(Forenoon)

 

 

 

 

 

9

 

07/03/2017

Lecture 21

Conservation of Linear Momentum -1

08/03/2017

Lecture 22

Conservation of Linear Momentum -2

10/03/2017

Lecture 23

Conservation of Angular Momentum

 

10

14/03/2017

Lecture 24

Conservation of Energy

15/03/2017

Lecture 25

Differential Analysis of Fluids -Introduction

 

17/03/2017

No Classes 

 

 

11

 

21/03/2017

Lecture 26

Conservation of Mass, Linear Momentum

22/03/2017

Lecture 27

Conservation of Linear Momentum

 

24/03/2017

Lecture 28 

Deriving Navier Stokes Momentum Equations

 25/03/2017

Lecture 29

(Special Class)

Navier Stokes Momentum Equations

 

12

 

28/03/2017

Lecture 30

Conservation of Energy-1

29/03/2017

Lecture 31

Conservation of Energy-2

31/03/2017

Lecture 32

Boundary Conditions

 

 

13

 

04/04/2017

Lecture 33

Geometeric Interpretation of Streamfunction

05/04/2017

Lecture 34

Stream Functions

07/04/2017

Lecture 35 

Irrotational Flows

 

14

 

11/04/2017

Lecture 36

Bernoulliís Equation

12/04/2017

Lecture 37

Flow between Plates

14/04/2017

No Classes 

 

 

15

 

18/04/2017

Lecture 38

Dimensional Analyses

19/04/2017

Lecture 39

Buckhingham Pi Theory

 21/04/2017

Lecture 40

Non-dimensional Basic Equations

Lecture 41

Modeling and Similarity

 

22/04/2017

Lecture 42 

Pipe Flows

 

16

 

 

 

30/04/2017*

End Semester Exam 

 * Please note that the End Semester Examination is on a Sunday.

 

The lecture notes were handwritten by the course instructor (Dr. S. A. Kartha) for delivering in the respective class hours. The handwritten notes are subsequently typed in MS Word by the following Teaching Assistants for the course:

1)      Ms Amrutha Suresh (PhD student)

2)      Mr. Laveti Satish (PhD student)

3)      Mr. Dipto Deb (M.Tech Student)

4)      Mr. Abhishek Chakraborty (M.Tech Student)

5)      Mr. Om Prakash Vats (M.Tech Student)

The course instructor acknowledge the efforts of the above students in preparing the typed lecture notes.

The contents of the lecture notes of this course CE 203 Fluid Mechanics is mostly prepared using the text book:

* White F.M. (2009). Fluid Mechanics Seventh Edition. McGraw Hill Series in Mechanical Engineering, NY

In addition, some materials are referred from the books:

* Kundu P.K., Cohen I.M., Dowling D.R. (2012). Fluid Mechanics Fifth Edition. Elsevier.

* Mase G.E. (1970). Continuum Mechanics. Schaumís Outlines, McGraw-Hill Book Company