# TAM 335

## TAM 335 - Introductory Fluid Mechanics

### Fall 2021

Title | Rubric | Section | CRN | Type | Hours | Times | Days | Location | Instructor |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | ABA | 33316 | LAB | 0 | 1200 - 1350 | M | 126 Talbot Laboratory | |

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | ABB | 33329 | LAB | 0 | 0800 - 0950 | M | 126 Talbot Laboratory | |

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | ABC | 33347 | LAB | 0 | 1000 - 1150 | T | 126 Talbot Laboratory | |

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | ABD | 33357 | LAB | 0 | 1300 - 1450 | T | 126 Talbot Laboratory | |

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | ABE | 33359 | LAB | 0 | 1500 - 1650 | T | 126 Talbot Laboratory | |

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | ABF | 33360 | LAB | 0 | 1500 - 1650 | W | 126 Talbot Laboratory | |

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | ABG | 33361 | LAB | 0 | 1200 - 1350 | W | 126 Talbot Laboratory | |

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | ABH | 33362 | LAB | 0 | 1500 - 1650 | M | 126 Talbot Laboratory | |

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | ABJ | 35169 | LAB | 0 | 1000 - 1150 | F | 126 Talbot Laboratory | |

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | ABK | 35195 | LAB | 0 | 1300 - 1450 | R | 126 Talbot Laboratory | |

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | ABL | 45601 | LAB | 0 | 1000 - 1150 | R | 126 Talbot Laboratory | |

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | ABM | 54573 | LAB | 0 | 1500 - 1650 | R | 126 Talbot Laboratory | |

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | ABN | 54582 | LAB | 0 | 1200 - 1350 | F | 126 Talbot Laboratory | |

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | ABO | 54850 | LAB | 0 | 1700 - 1850 | M | 126 Talbot Laboratory | |

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | AL1 | 35218 | LEC | 4 | 1400 - 1450 | M W F | 4029 Campus Instructional Facility | Ke Tang |

Introductory Fluid Mechanics | TAM335 | AL2 | 70179 | LEC | 4 | 1500 - 1550 | M W F | 3039 Campus Instructional Facility | Leon Liebenberg |

### Official Description

### Detailed Course Description

Fluid statics; continuity, momentum, and energy principles via control volumes; ideal and real fluid flow; introduction to the Navier Stokes equation; similitude; laminar and turbulent boundary layers; closed-conduit flow, open-channel flow, and turbomachinery. Lecture/lab format. Prerequisite: TAM 212. 4 undergraduate hours.

**Topics:**

**Introduction** (2 hr lecture, 4 hr lab)

Definitions, properties, systems of units

Preface*

Table of contents

Laboratory introduction

Laboratory procedures

**Fluid statics** (3 hr lecture, 2 hr lab)

Pressure, pressure variation, manometry, forces on plane and submerged surfaces, buoyancy

Laboratory A: Hydrostatics and manometry*

**Flow kinematics** (5 hr lecture, 2 hr lab)

Velocity, acceleration, flow visualization, control-volume concepts, continuity principles, flow nets

Laboratory B: Flow visualization*

**Fluid dynamics **(6 hr lecture, 4 hr lab)

Momentum and energy principles, Euler and Bernoulli equations, application of basic principles to flow of ideal and real fluids, separation, cavitation, introduction to the Navier-Stokes equations, statistical/stochastic flow fields and turbulence

Laboratory J: Viscometry*

Laboratory F: Calibration of flowmeters

Laboratory C: Flow around a bend in a rectangular duct

Laboratory G: Air flow through a nozzle

**Similitude** (2 hr lecture, 2 hr lab)

Dimensional analysis, dimensionless similarity parameters

Laboratory W: Similarity study of overflow spillways*

**Closed-conduit flow** (6 hr lecture, 4 hr lab) Laminar and turbulent flows, pipe roughness and friction, the Moody diagram, minor (fitting) losses, hydraulic and energy gradelines, pipe systems and branching flows

Laboratory N: Friction losses in pipe flow*

Laboratory K: Head losses in a pipe with elbows

**Boundary layers** (4 hr lecture, 0 hr lab)

Laminar and turbulent layers, growth, local shear relations, total drag transition

**Flow around a body** (2 hr lecture, 2 hr lab)

Lift, drag, vortex shedding, separation, streamlining

Laboratory D: Drag forces on various bodies*

**Open-channel flows **(6 hr lecture, 4 hr lab)

Uniform flow, specific energy critical depth, gradually varying flow, free-surface profiles, hydraulic jump Laboratory V: Open-channel flow*

Laboratory Y: Hydraulic jump in a horizontal channel

Laboratory U: Water table

**Turbomachinery** (5 hr lecture, 4 hr lab)

Pumps, turbines (impulse, reaction), turbosimilitude, specific speed

Laboratory T: Characteristics of a centrifugal pump*

Laboratory S: Characteristics of a Francis reaction turbine

Hour exams (3)

TOTAL HOURS: 44 hr lecture, 28 hr lab

**ME: ME 310 required instead.**

**EM: Required.**

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