Fluid Mechanics

U1: FLUID STATICS
Fluid density, compressible and incompressible fluids; Fluid Properties Mass density specific weight specific volume and specific gravity, Pressure, relationship between pressure and density for ideal gas; Hydrostatic equilibrium in gravitational and centrifugal force fields; Pascal’s law; Measurement of fluid pressure, manometers, Archimedes principle and buoyancy. Methods of analysis and description  fluid as a continuum – Velocity and stress field  Newtonian and nonNewtonian fluids – Classification of fluid  fluid motion.
Fluid Density

compressible and incompressible fluids

ideal gas

Classification of Fluid

Density Specific gravity, volume

Mass Volume Density

Surface Tension and Compressibility

Capillary rise and fall

surface tension on liquid droplet

Fluid Properties Mass density specific weight specific volume

Capillary Rise in Water

Capillary Fall or Depression in Mercury

Surface tension on Liquid droplet

Adhesion and Cohesion

Newtonian and nonNewtonian fluids

compressibility and Bulk modulus

Pascal’s law

Pressure

Pressure units

Inverted UTube Manometer

Archimedes Principle

buoyancy

Specific Gravity

Pressure and Pressure Measurement Summary: Utube Manometer

Utube Manometer

Differential Manometer

Differential Manometer Head calculation

An inverted Utube manometer

Measurement of fluid pressure

manometers

Pressure Measurement by Utube manometer

Double U tube Manometer: Pressure measurement

Solving Numerical Problems on Newton’s law of Viscosity

Dyanamic Viscosity and kinematic viscosity

fluid motion

Steady Unsteady uniform nonuniform flow

Viscosity & Kinematic Viscosity

Shear stress calculation for Newonian fluid

Shear stress

Key Formulas Fluid Mechanics

Key Formulas for Fluid Mechanics  Pressure
