TAM 435 - Intermediate Fluid Mechanics

Fall 2021

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Intermediate Fluid MechanicsTAM435A30963LCD41500 - 1650 M W  410C1 Engineering Hall Jie Feng
Zhengyu Yang
Intermediate Fluid MechanicsTAM435ONL71769ONL4 -    Jie Feng
Zhengyu Yang

Official Description

Analytical solution methods for problems involving ideal and real fluids: potential flow theory, boundary-layer theory; surface waves, vortex dynamics, and compressible flows. Course Information: 4 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: One of AE 312, ME 310, TAM 335.

Detailed Course Description

Analytical solution methods for problems involving ideal and real fluids: potential flow theory, boundary-layer theory; surface waves, vortex dynamics, and compressible flows. Prerequisite: TAM 335, ME 310, or AE 312. 4 undergraduate and 4 graduate hours.

Topics:

Conservation laws (5 hr)
Kinematics (3 hr)
Special governing equations (3 hr)
2-D potential flow (9 hr)
3-D potential flow (6 hr)
Surface waves (6 hr)
Vortex dynamics (4 hr)
Low-Reynolds-number flows (3 hr)
Boundary layers (5 hr)
1-D compressible flow (5 hr)
Shock waves (5 hr)
Exams (2 hr)
TOTAL HOURS: 60

ME: MechSE or technical elective.

EM: Secondary field elective.

Last updated

9/20/2018