Course - Fluid Mechanics - TEP4110
TEP4110 - Fluid Mechanics
Examination arrangement: School exam
Grade: Letter grades
|Evaluation||Weighting||Duration||Grade deviation||Examination aids|
|School exam||100/100||4 hours||C|
Fluid properties, viscosity concept. Hydro- and aerostatics, material derivative, streamlines and pathlines, pressure distribution in stationary and accelerated systems, ridgid body fluid rotation, manometry, buoyancy. Reynolds transport theorem,linear and angular momentum equations, energy equation and Bernoulli equation. Euler's inviscid theory and the viscid Navies Stokes equation. Boundary condition for the basic equations. Stream function, swirl and rotation, shear and strain, Reynolds number. A qualitative part on turbuluence. Laminar and turbulent pipe flow. Boundary layer concept. Two-dimentional potential theory, velocity potential, some basic flows.
Provide the basic elements of the theoretical foundations for ideal and real fluid flows. Through problem sessions provide sufficient training to enable the students to formulate and solve practical flow problems. Knowledge: After completion of this course, the student will have knowledge on: - Fluid properties, viscosity. - Velocity field, substantial derivative, streamlines and pathlines. - Pressure distribution in stationary and accelerated systems. Rotating container. Manometry. Buoyancy. - Reynolds transport theorem. - Continuity equation, momentum equation and angular momentum equation for control volumes. - Energy equation and Bernoulli equation. - Euler equations for inviscid flow. - Navier-Stokes equations for viscous flow. - Boundary conditions for the basic equations of fluid mechanics. - Stream function, vorticity and rotation, viscous stresses and strain rates. - Reynolds number. Qualitative issues on turbulence. - Laminar and turbulent pipe flow. - Boundary layer concept. - Two-dimensional potential theory, velocity potential, some elementary flows, circulation. Skills: After completion of this course, the student will have skills on: - Evaluation of models for flow analysis. - Use of control volume analysis. - Computation of forces and moments from fluid on solid bodies. - Derivation and use of formulae and tables for flows. - Solution of the basic laws of fluid mechanics for simple flow problems. General competence: After completion of this course, the student will have general competence on: - The basic elements of the theoretical foundations for ideal and real fluid flows. - Formulation and solution of practical flow problems, also aided by digital tools.
Learning methods and activities
Lectures, example exercises, practice exercises, auditorium exercises, self-study and laboratory exercise. A specified number of the exercises as well as a laboratory exercise must be approved before final exam.
Further on evaluation
If there is a re-sit examination, the examination form may be changed from written to oral.
Compulsory activities from previous semester may be approved by the department.
Recommended previous knowledge
Basic knowledge in mechanics and mathematics. TMA4100 Calculus 1 and TMA4105 Calculus 2 or equivalent courses.
Yunus A. Cengel & John M. Cimbala "Fluid Mechanics - Fundamentals and Applications" 4th Edition in SI-Units, McGraw-Hill, 2019.
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Intermediate course, level II
Term no.: 1
Teaching semester: AUTUMN 2022
Language of instruction: English, Norwegian
- Energy and Process Engineering
- Marine Technology
- Marine Hydrodynamics
- Technological subjects
Department with academic responsibility
Department of Energy and Process Engineering
Examination arrangement: School exam
- Term Status code Evaluation Weighting Examination aids Date Time Examination system Room *
- Autumn ORD School exam 100/100 C 2022-12-21 15:00 INSPERA
Room Building Number of candidates SL310 turkis sone Sluppenvegen 14 19 SL238 Sluppenvegen 14 1 SL228 Sluppenvegen 14 1 SL430 Sluppenvegen 14 9 SL310 lilla sone Sluppenvegen 14 81
- Summer UTS School exam 100/100 C INSPERA
Room Building Number of candidates
- * The location (room) for a written examination is published 3 days before examination date. If more than one room is listed, you will find your room at Studentweb.
For more information regarding registration for examination and examination procedures, see "Innsida - Exams"