The class lectures in this course focussed first on identifying and explaining the key concepts associated with the macroscopic view of fluid systems and then on demonstrating the particular topic of discussion via a series of detailed examples. Most of the class developments and examples were done by hand on the white board, but a set of PowerPoint slides were also generated for each lesson as visual aids for some of the discussion and for presentating the Problem Statements for the examples solved in class. Links to these slides and to the solutions to the classroom example problems are given here, with the hope that they will help in your study of this subject...
Lesson Topic/Description 
Lecture Aids 
Solutions to Class Examples 
Fundamental Concepts and Fluid Properties 


Static Fluids + Buoyancy 


Fluid Kinematics 


Flow Rates, Reynolds Transport Theorem, and the Continuity Equation 


Bernoulli Equation and General Energy Equation + Applications... 


Linear Momentum Equation + Applications... 


Internal Viscous Flows 


Pipe Flow Applications 


Last updated by Prof. John R. White (February 2020)
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