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ENGS 34 - Fluid Mechanics

Description

We interact with fluids every day. From complex systems such as cars, airplanes, and chemical plants, to simple devices like a bike pump, our world is filled with engineering applications that make use of the principles of fluid mechanics. This course surveys the fundamental concepts, phenomena, and methods in fluid mechanics, as well as their application in engineered systems and in nature. Emphasis is placed on the development and use of conservation laws for mass, momentum, and energy, as well as on the empirical knowledge essential to the understanding of many fluid dynamic phenomena. Examples are drawn from mechanical, chemical, civil, environmental, biomedical, and aerospace engineering.
Includes Lab

Prerequisites

ENGS 23 or equivalent

Distribution Code

TLA

Offered

Term
Time
Location / Method
Instructor(s)
Term: Summer 2021
Time: C
Location:

Remote with synchronous components

Instructors:

Colin R. Meyer


Term: Summer 2021
Time: C
Location:

132 MacLean/

Remote lectures, but optional on-campus components

Instructors:

Colin R. Meyer


Term: Spring 2023
Time: BL
Location:
Instructors:

Colin R. Meyer


Term: Spring 2022
Time: BL
Location:
Instructors:

Colin R. Meyer


Term: Spring 2021
Time: BL
Location:

Remote with synchronous components

Instructors:

Colin R. Meyer