The course enables students to

ü  Assimilate concepts, principles, laws, observations, and models of fluids at rest and in motion.

ü  Acquire competence with mass, energy and momentum balances for determining resultant interactions of flows and engineered as well as natural systems.

ü  Comprehend the nature of rotation, circulation, resistance (viscous & turbulent), and boundary layers.

ü  Learn methods for computing fluid flow in pipes and channels.

ü  Develop the basis for correlating experimental data, designing procedures, and scale models of fluid flow.

ü  Grasp the basis for understanding the fluid behavior for engineering design and control of fluid systems.