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These are the note for our first exam in Fluid Mechanics
The notes discuss exergy
These notes cover the basics of rectilinear motion. Includes definitions of key terms used in the discussion of rectilinear motion.
These notes cover the introduction and review from ME 2030.
2D kinematics, Relative Motion, Coordinate Systems
These are the basic notes for week one: 01/20-01/24
These notes discuss the introduction of the course and materials that will be introduced including: mechanical engineering design, review of basic concepts from strengths of materials such as normal and shear stresses, factor of safety and the design factor of safety, stresses in beams, principle stresses & additional stresses.
These notes cover the basic dimensions and units used in this class. They also cover the beginning of fluid properties. Includes an example to find the shear stress caused by a fluid flow.
These notes show the examples we worked in class. I've also worked out the example of LRFD design that we talked about but didn't have time to do on the board.
This is our study guide for exam 3 in Fluid Mechanics
This lecture discussed pressure at a point, the pressure field for a fluid at rest (for both compressible and incompressible fluids), standard atmosphere, and the beginning of pressure measurement, which will be talked about more next lecture.
This study covers all the basic material and derivations for formulas
This study guide covers the lessons that will most likely appear on the final.
These notes cover the definitions of velocity, speed, and acceleration, and the relation between the three measurements.
These notes are a high level summary of everything we've covered.
These notes discuss analysis of fluid behavior, measures of fluid mass and weight, ideal gas law, viscosity and compressibility of fluids.
These notes cover the chapter 12 material that we went over on Monday (Projectile Motion and relative motion), and Chapter 13 from Wednesday (Newton's Second Law).
Chapter 2 Notes - Laplace and Inverse Laplace Transforms