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Course Name
Turkish
İleri Akışkanlar Dinamiği
English
Advanced Fluid Dynamics
Course Code
MIA 503E
Credit
Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester

3
3


Course Language
English
Course Coordinator
Hakan Öksüzoğlu
Course Objectives
1 Knowledge in the key areas of viscous fluid mechanics and use this knowledge in the solution of engineering problems of interest.
2 A logical basis as an introduction to a further course in turbulent and compressible flows.
Course Description
Basic concepts, definitions. Flow kinematics. Conservation equations of viscous flows. Dimensionless form of governing equations, dimensionless parameters in viscous flows. Vorticity transport equation. LowReynolds number flows. Exact solution of viscous flow problems: Couette and Poiseulle flows, Stokes' problems, plane stagnation point flow, flow over a porous wall. Laminar boundary layers, Similarity solutions. Momentum Integral formulation. Boundary layer separation, Laminar jets, free shear layers. Introduction to flow stability and turbulence.
Course Outcomes
1 A sound understanding of the governing equations in viscous fluid flows and their physical aspects.
2 Ability to identify dimensionless numbers in viscous flows
3 Ability to formulate and solve lowReynolds number flows
4 Ability to simplify NavierStokes equations and obtain exact solutions to some simple viscous flow problems, using Cartesian and noncartesian coordinate systems
5 Ability to derive and solve boundary layer equations in differential and integral forms.
6 Ability to determine the conditions where boundary layer equations fail.
7 A basic understanding of the flow instability and turbulent flows.
Prerequisite(s)
Undergraduate Fluid Mechanics
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Textbook
White, F.M., 2006. Viscous Fluid Flow, Third Edition, McGrawHill.
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