# Fluid Mechanics

For civil engineering, fluid mechanics covers a wide variety of problems that practicing civil engineers must understand and solve, like: The flow of water in underground aquifers that supply water for irrigation or drinking

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For civil engineering, fluid mechanics covers a wide variety of problems that practicing civil engineers must understand and solve, like: The flow of water in underground aquifers that supply water for irrigation or drinking. The disposal of waste in rivers, estuaries and coastal areas. On the other hand production planning includes study of demand forecasting, preparation of long term and short term plans, scheduling of machines and methods of inventory control. In optimization, various techniques of cost minimization and profit maximization are studied. These techniques include linear programming, critical path method and queuing models among others. Entire production industry uses planning, control and optimization techniques developed in this subject.

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Chapter 1

### Introduction & Fluid Properties

1.1 Introduction

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1.1.1_States of Matter / Distinction between Solid & Fluid 1.1.2_Internal Forces 1.1.3_Concept of Continuum

Chapter 2

### Fluid Statics

2.1 FUNDAMENTAL EQUATION OF FLUID STATICS

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2.1.1_Derivation of Fundamental Equation of Fluid Statics 2.1.2_Physics behind Fundamental Equation of Fluid Statics 2.1.3_Results from Fundamental Equation of Fluid Statics

Chapter 3

### Fluid Kinematics

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3.1.1_Understanding Kinematics 3.1.2_Description of fluid flow_Lagrangian and Eulearian Approach 3.1.3_Variation of flow parameters with space and time_Steady v/s Unsteady Flows and Uniform v/s Non-uniform Flows 3.1.4_Flow Visualization_Concept of Streamlines, Pathlines and Streaklines

Chapter 4

### Integral form of Conservation Equations

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4.1.1_Need for Reynolds Transport Theorem 4.1.2_Intensive & Extensive Properties 4.1.3_Understanding Discharge and Mass Flow Rate

Chapter 5

### Dynamics of Inviscid Flows - Fundamentals & Applications

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5.1.1_Fundamental Equation of Motion for Inviscid Flow in Cartesian Coordinates

Chapter 6

### Dynamics of Viscous Incompressible Flow

6.1 SOME EXACT SOLUTION OF NAVIER STOKES EQUATION - I

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6.1.1_Introduction to Navier Stokes Equation 6.1.2_Plane Poiseullie Flow or fully developed flow between two parallel plates

Chapter 7

### Boundary Layer Theory

7.1 BOUNDARY LAYER THEORY - I

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7.1.1_Introductory concepts 7.1.2_Boundary layer equations 7.1.3_Blausius Exact Solutions

Chapter 8

### Principle of Similarity and Dimensional Analysis

8.1 DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS & PRINCIPLE OF SIMILARITIES - I

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8.1.1_Dimension Analysis-Importance of dimension analysis 8.1.2_Buckingham π theorem 8.1.3_Interpretation of results

Chapter 9

### Fluid Machines

10.1 FLUID MACHINES - I

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10.1.1_Reynolds Transport Theorem Applied to Law of Conservation of Angular Momentum 10.1.2_Lawn Sprinkler 10.1.3_Introduction and Classification of Fluid Machines 10.1.4_Different Components of Velocity

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