HARRAN UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

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HARRAN UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

DEPARTMENT

OF CIVIL ENGINEERING



Pre
-

Requisite Courses

None


Language

of course

T
urkish

Type of course

O
bligatory

Course coordin
ator

Asst
.

Prof
.

Dr.
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C
ourse Content

Basic

Concepts, The behavior

of fluids

against

stres
s
, Fluid

statics.
Kinematics

of fluids, One
-
dimensional

flows

of continuity
,
energy,

impulse
-
momentum equations.
Ideally

one
-
dimensional

flows

of
fluids
, Laminar

and

turbulent

flows, ideally

viscosities

of two
-
dimensional

flows, Potential

flows
,

the actual

two
-
dimensional

flows

of
Name of Course

cod
e

Semester

T+U

credi
t

AKTS

Fluid Mechanics

0501
513


4
+
0

4

5

fluids. Boundary

layer.


Weeks

Issues

1

The logic

and

importance

of fluid mechanics

2

Units

and

unit

systems
.

Fluid

properties

3

Static Of Fluids


4

Hydrostat
ic

pressure
.

Hydrostatic

pressure

forces

from

the plane and
curved

surfaces

5

Kinematics

of fluids
.

Lagrange

and Euler methods

6

One
,

two

and

three
-
dimensional

flows

7

Mid
-
Term Exam

8

Basic

equations of

one
-
dimensional

flow

of ideal and

real

fluids

9

The continuity equation
,

energy

equation

10

Impulse
-
Momentum equation

11

Laminar

and

turbulent

flows

12

Ideal

and

real

fluids,

two
-
dimensional

flows

13

Circular Motion

and Non
-
Circular Motion

Flows

14

Applications


General Competencies

Three

basic

equations

of fluid

mechanics
,

hydraulic

problems,

to

know

and

apply the

level

to
implement

projects
.

References


1.

Streeter, V. L., Fluid Mechanics , 5th Edition,, Mc Graw
-
Hill, 1971.

2.

Pao, R.F., Fluid Mechanics , John Wiley and Sons, 1966.

3.

White, F., M. ,

Fluid Mechanics , 2nd Edition, Mc Graw
-
Hill, 1987.

4.

Raudkiwi, A. J., Callender, R. A., Edward Arnold, Advanced Fluid Mechanics,, 1975.

5.

Roberson, J. A., Cassidy, J. J., Chaudry, M. H., Hydraulic Engin., John Wiley and Sons,


1995.

6.

Sümer, M., Ünsal, İ., Bayazıt, M., Hidrolik, Birsen Yayınevi,1983.



Learning Effective
ness

Estimated Duration(Hour)


Assessment

T
h
eory

Course (14 Weeks)

4

x14 =
56

Class Participation

Guided Problem Solving

1 x 14 = 14

Active Participation

Individual Study

2

x 14 =
28


Weekly Homework Problem
Solving

1 x 14 = 14

Group Work, delivery o
f the
written report

Term Project

none


Mid
-
Term Exam


Exam = 2

Individual Study

= 10

Closed Book

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7.Sığıner, A., Sütner, B.M., Hidrolik Problemleri, Birsen Yayınevi, 1983.

Rating System

Mid
-

Term Exam (%40) and Final Exam(%60) = This Notice must be at least 65.