CWR 3201: ENGINEERING FLUID MECHANICS Three (3) Semester Credit Hours Business Administration Room 203; 7:30-9:20 a.m. T/Th GENERAL INFORMATION SUMMER 2006

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CWR 3201: ENGINEERING FLUID MECHANICS

Three (3) Semester Credit Hours

Business Administration



Room
203
;
7
:30
-
9
:
20

a.m. T/Th

GENERAL INFORMATION


SUMMER

200
6


DEFINITION:

This is the first course in fluid mechanics. As such, it provides an in
troduction to
basic concepts in fluid properties, hydrostatics, kinematics and dynamics.

OBJECTIVE:

To help you to understand the fundamental principles of mechanics as applied to
fluids: conservation of mass, momentum, and energy. This course will provide

the requisite material
for fluid

dynamics
, hydraulic
s
, and heat transfer courses in the Engineering programs.

INSTRUCTOR:

Dr.
Ni
-
Bin

Chan
g, P.E.
Telephone: 823
-
1375


Office: Engineering 2


Room 442
F
E
-
mail:
nchang
@mail.ucf.edu

O
FFICE HOURS
:

TBA
, or schedule an office appointment by phone or e
-
mail.

WEBSITE
:

http://webct.ucf.edu

REQUIRED TEXT:

Finnemore, E.J. and J.B. Franzini
F
luid Mechanics with Engineering
Applications
,
10
th

edition, McGraw
-
Hill, 2002.

SUPPLEMENTAL:

National C
ouncil of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying,
Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Supplied
-
Reference Handbook, 5th Edition (© 2001), available
for free as a pdf from http://www.ncees.org.

PROCEDURE:

Material will be covered by lectures, not necessarily r
estricted to the text
and handouts. Students are expected to read the text and/or other assignments thoroughly.

PERFORMANCE

Material covered on the tests will include handouts, lecture notes and
outside
readings.

EVALUATION:

All work must be your own. A
grade of "F" will be assigned for any work
which is clearly not your own or cheating of any type. Note: The plus/minus system of grading will
be used.


Homework

1
0%


Quizzes

10%


T
wo
Mid
-
term
E
xaminations

40
%


Final Examination

4
0%

HOMEWORK

ASSIGNMENTS
:
Al
l assignments should be done neatly and professionally.
Pages must be numbered and stapled. The problem should be defined, diagrammed (if appropriate),

and the solution should be developed in a step
-
by
-
step procedure. The final solution should be
reported
to two or three significant figures and
underlined
. You are encouraged to work together in
study groups; however, identical (copied) homework will be awarded a grade of zero (0). All
answers to homework problems and
select

solution procedures will be provi
ded through library
reserve.

ABSENCE AT

TESTS:

If absent, it is the student's responsibility to contact the instructor at least 24

hours before the exam to schedule a make
-
up, which will b
e scheduled at the instructor’s
discretion
or a grade of "0" will b
e assigned for that test.

ATTENDANCE:

The class starts at
7
:30 a.m.

Please arrive on time for class. Late
arrivals are distracting to your classmates and to me. While there is no attendance policy for this
class, I strongly encourage you to attend and part
icipate.





CWR 3201: ENGINEERING FLUID MECHANICS

Course Outline



Week of

Topic

Text Reference Chapter(s)


5
/
16

Introduction; Units; Fluid Properties

1
-
2


5
/
18

Pressure, and Pressure Measurements

3


5
/
23

First Quiz



5/25

Fluid Forces, Force on Plane and

curved Surfaces, Buoyancy

3


5
/
30

Flow rate, Laminar/Turbulent Flow, Steady/Uniform Flow Continuity

4


6
/
6

Energy Equation
-
Bernoulli, Head loss, Power

5


6/8

First Mid
-
term

Examination


Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 4


6
/
13

Cavitation, Grade lines and Application
, Pressure in Fluid Flow

5


6
/
15

Jet Trajectory, Flow in Curved Path, Fluid in Acceleration

5


6
/
20

Second Quiz



6
/
22

Impulse Momentum, Force on Pipe Conduit

6


6
/2
7

Force on Stationary and Moving Blades

6



6/29

Rotating Machines and Rotating Channels,
Momentum and Applications

6


7/4

Holiday


7/6

Second Mid
-
term

Examination


Chapters 5 and 6


7
/1
0

Similitude

7


7
/
13

Dimensional Analysis

7


7
/
1
8

Friction Los
s; Darcy
-
Weisbach; Moody Diagra
m

8


7
/
20

Grade Lines and Losses

8



7
/2
5

Minor Losses

8


7/27

Re
view for Final Exam




8
/
4

FINAL EXAM:
7:00
-
9
:50 a.m.



NOTE:

This is a course “outline” and is subject to revision at the discretion of the
instructor. You will be informed in class if changes are made.