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Course Name
Turkish Akışkanlar Mekaniği
English Fluid Mechanics
Course Code
AKM 204E Credit Lecture
Semester 1
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Abdüsselam Altunkaynak
Course Objectives 1.To give the definition of fluids and unit systems,

2.To give the principles of hydrostatic and calculation of pressure forces,

3.To evaluate the basic equations for ideal and real fluids in the case of one,two and three
dimensional flows.( continuity, energy and impuls-momentum equations.) and their applications.
4.To examine the rotational and irrotational flows.
5.To give the boundary layer,dimensional analyses and similitude concepts.
Course Description Introduction.Unit systems.Hydrostatic.Pressure at a point.Calculation of pressure forces.Kinematics of fluids.Basic equations of one dimensional flow (continuity, energy and impuls-momentumequations).One dimensional flow of ideal fluids.One dimensional flow of real fluids.Two and threedimensional flow of ideal fluids.Potential ( irrotational ) flows.Two and three dimensional flows of real fluids.Boundary layer.Dimensional Analyses and Simililitude.
Course Outcomes Student, who passed the course satisfactorily can:

1. Learn the definition of fluids and convert the units and unit systems,
2. Learn the principles of hyraulics and calculate the pressure forces on plane and curved surfaces,
3. Apply the basic equations of ideal and real fluids for practical problems,
4. Check the flow rotational or irrotational,
5. Give interpretation about boundary layer,dimensional analyses and similitude,
6. Gain the skill of application of these concepts.
Pre-requisite(s) MAT 102 – MAT 102E veya (or) MAT 104 - MAT 104E
Required Facilities
Other References Streeter,V.,L.,Wylie E.,B., 1998, Fluid Mechanics, Mc Graw Hill, ISBN:0-07-548015-.
Frank M.White, 1987, Fluid Mechanics, Mc Graw Hill, ISBN:0-07-Y66525-.
W.L.McCabe,J.c.Smith,P.Hariott, 2005, Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering,7th edition,
McGraw Hill, ISBN:007-124710-6.
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