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http://www.see.ed.ac.uk/~johnc/teaching/fluidmechanics4/2003-04/fluids3/syllabus.html#syl3 [Broken]

Nice set - but parts seem to be missing

References

Tritton D.J. "Physical Fluid Dynamics" Clarendon Press, Oxford. 2nd ed 1988

Welty, Wicks & Wilson "Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat and Mass transfer" Wiley 1984

Holland F.A. and Bragg R. "Fluid Flow for Chemical Engineers" Edward Arnold 2nd ed 1995

Bird, Stewart and Lightfoot "Transport Phenomena" Wiley 1960

Rouse H. "Advanced Mechanics of Fluids" Wiley 1959

Kay J.M. and Nedderman R.M. "Fluid Mechanics and Transfer Processes" C.U.P. 1985

Prandtl L. "Essentials of Fluid Dynamics" Blackie & Son 1952

Schlichting H. "Boundary Layer Theory" McGraw Hill 6th ed 1968

Harnby, Edwards and Nienow "Mixing in the Process Industries" Butterworths 1991

Nice set - but parts seem to be missing

Introduction. Experimental observations. definitions: fluid as a continuum, streamlines, streamtubes, particle paths, streaklines, circulation, vorticity. Frames of reference and co-ordinate systems - Tritton 1,2,3,5 &6, Rouse 2, WWW 1,3,12

Link to lecture 1

Classical mechanics applied to fluids. Continuity, Incompressibility, Vector notation, Material derivative operator, acceleration vector, (rate of strain tensor, stress tensor, isotropic and deviatoric stresses) - Tritton 5, 6, Bird 3, Kay 12, WWW 4,5,7, Schlichting 3,4,5 (references also apply to next lectures)

Link to lecture 2

Navier Stokes equations, Boundary conditions; importance of Reynolds number - Tritton 7, Schlichting 4, WWW 7,9,11

Link to lecture 3

Low Re flows; Creeping flow approximation; Poiseuille and Couette flows and Stokes flow past a sphere - Tritton 8,9, Schlichting 1,5,6, WWW 12

Link to lecture 4

High Re flows; difficulties in simplifying Navier Stokes equations Euler's Equation - Tritton 8, Bird 4, WWW 9

Link to lecture 5

Potential flow: Velocity Potential and Stream functions, Cauchy-Riemann analysis, flow nets for steady 2D irrotational flow, lift, Kutta-Joukowski theorem, d'Alembert's paradox - Tritton 13, Rouse 28,40-44, Prandtl 2, WWW 10

Link to lecture 6

Boundary Layer Approximation; simplification of Navier Stokes Equation, Laminar and Turbulent Boundary Layers, exact (Blasius) treatment of laminar layer. Von Karman Momentum Integral Analysis, Boundary Layers over curved surfaces, Separation and reattachment; causes, control & effect on bulk flow - Tritton 11,12 Schlichting 2,7,8,9,14, Kay 13, WWW 12

Link to lecture 7

Heat and Mass Transfer through Boundary Layers, relations between heat, mass and momentum transfer across flow boundaries - Tritton 14, Schlichting 12, Bird 10,18, WWW 16,19,20,25,28,30

Link to lecture 8

Turbulence; phenomena, experiments, descriptions & theories, homogeneous isotropic turbulence, turbulent pipe flow, turbulence and mixing, Dimensional Analysis, Experimentation - Tritton 19,20,21,25, Schlichting 18-22,24, Bird 5,12,20, WWW 11,13,14, Harnby

Two phase flow; liquid-gas flow regimes in vertical and horizontal pipes, pressure drops - Holland 7

Link to lecture 10

References

Tritton D.J. "Physical Fluid Dynamics" Clarendon Press, Oxford. 2nd ed 1988

Welty, Wicks & Wilson "Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat and Mass transfer" Wiley 1984

Holland F.A. and Bragg R. "Fluid Flow for Chemical Engineers" Edward Arnold 2nd ed 1995

Bird, Stewart and Lightfoot "Transport Phenomena" Wiley 1960

Rouse H. "Advanced Mechanics of Fluids" Wiley 1959

Kay J.M. and Nedderman R.M. "Fluid Mechanics and Transfer Processes" C.U.P. 1985

Prandtl L. "Essentials of Fluid Dynamics" Blackie & Son 1952

Schlichting H. "Boundary Layer Theory" McGraw Hill 6th ed 1968

Harnby, Edwards and Nienow "Mixing in the Process Industries" Butterworths 1991

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