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## Advanced Fluid Mechanics

Advanced Fluid Mechanics. Instructor: Prof. Suman Chakraborty, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. This is an advanced course in Fluid Mechanics. The subject Fluid Mechanics has a wide scope and is of prime importance in several fields of engineering and science. Present course emphasizes the fundamental underlying fluid mechanical principles and application of those principles to solve real life problems. Special attention is given towards deriving all the governing equations starting from the fundamental principle. There is a well balanced coverage of physical concepts, mathematical operations along with examples and exercise problems of practical importance. After completion of the course, the students will have a strong fundamental understanding of the basic principles of Fluid Mechanics and will be able to apply the basic principles to analyze fluid mechanical systems. (from nptel.ac.in)

 Introduction

 Lecture 01 - Lagrangian and Eulerian Approach, Types of Fluid Flow Lecture 02 - Definition of Streamline, Streakline and Pathline Lecture 03 - Acceleration of Fluid Flow Lecture 04 - Linear Deformation of a Fluid Element, Conservation of Mass of a Fluid Element Lecture 05 - Angular Deformation of a Fluid Element, Streamfunction and Velocity Potential Lecture 06 - Force Balance for a Fluid Element, Derivation of Euler's Equation Lecture 07 - Bernoulli's Equation Lecture 08 - Bernoulli's Equation (cont.) Lecture 09 - Reynolds Transport Theorem (RTT) Lecture 10 - Application of RTT: Conservation of Mass Lecture 11 - Application of RTT: Conservation of Linear Momentum Lecture 12 - Application of RTT in Accelerating Reference Frames Lecture 13 - Navier's Equation of Motion Lecture 14 - Derivation of Navier-Stokes Equation Lecture 15 - Derivation of Navier-Stokes Equation (cont.) Lecture 16 - Derivation of Navier-Stokes Equation (cont.) Lecture 17 - Fully Developed Flow between Two Parallel Plates Lecture 18 - Fully Developed Flow between Two Parallel Plates (cont.) Lecture 19 - Couette Flow Lecture 20 - Flow with Interfaces Lecture 21 - Thin Film Flow on an Inclined Plane and Hagen-Poiseuille Flow Lecture 22 - Hagen-Poiseuille Flow (cont.) Lecture 23 - Flow between Two Rotating Cylinders Lecture 24 - Stokes 1st Problem Lecture 25 - Stokes 2nd Problem Lecture 26 - Introduction to Turbulence: Basic Concepts Lecture 27 - Eddies Lecture 28 - Eddies (cont.), Vortex Shredding Lecture 29 - Statistical Description of Turbulent Flow Lecture 30 - Reynolds Stress Lecture 31 - Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes Equation (RANS) Lecture 32 - Prandtl's Mixing Length Lecture 33 - Wall Effect in Turbulent Flow Lecture 34 - Introduction to Boundary Layer: Scaling and Order of Magnitude Analysis Lecture 35 - Scaling and Order of Magnitude Analysis (cont.) Lecture 36 - Flow over a Fat Plate: Blasius Equation Lecture 37 - Momentum Integral Method for Boundary Layer Analysis Lecture 38 - Approximate Solution of the Momentum Integral Equation Lecture 39 - Displacement and Momentum Thickness Lecture 40 - Illustrative Examples Lecture 41 - Boundary Layer Separation Lecture 42 - Resultant Force on a Body Immersed in a Fluid under Motion Lecture 43 - Potential Flow Lecture 44 - Examples of Potential Flow Lecture 45 - Some More Examples of Potential Flow, Lift and Drag Force Lecture 46 - Applications of Lift and Drag Force Lecture 47 - Some Examples of Flow past Immersed Bodies Lecture 48 - Sports Ball Aerodynamics Lecture 49 - Introduction to Compressible Flows Lecture 50 - Significance of Mach Number Lecture 51 - Navier-Stokes Equation Lecture 52 - Isentropic Flow through Variable Area Ducts Lecture 53 - Some Example Problems on Isentropic Flow Lecture 54 - Normal Shock Lecture 55 - Converging Nozzle Lecture 56 - Converging-Diverging Nozzle Lecture 57 - Illustrative Examples on a Converging-Diverging Nozzle Lecture 58 - Adiabatic Flow with Friction in a Constant Area Duct Lecture 59 - Review Lecture 60 - Review (cont.)

 References Advanced Fluid Mechanics Instructor: Prof. Suman Chakraborty, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. This course emphasizes the fundamental underlying fluid mechanical principles and application of those principles to solve real life problems.