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This course covers fundamental fluid statics, including manometer, forces on submerged surfaces, and Archimedes' principle. Details of the course include one-dimensional incompressible flow; conservation laws and application to flowing systems, cavitation, impulse-momentum problems, vanes; and pipe flows, laminar analyses, turbulent flows with emphasis on calculation of fluid properties. Other topics include one-dimensional compressible flow; conservation laws; specialization to isentropic situation; and nature of speed of sound. Applications including effects of area change, converging and diverging nozzles, choking phenomena's, and normal shock waves.
Advisory: It is strongly recommended that you do not take any of the Nuclear Engineering Technology and Radiation Protection area of study courses unless your math skills, up to and including derivatives and integrals, are current. Students are responsible for making sure that they have the necessary knowledge.
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