

Course Information
Course Unit Title 
: 
ADVANCED FLUID MECHANICS 
Course Unit Code 
: 
01MAK5104 
Type of Course Unit 
: 
Optional 
Level of Course Unit

: 
Second Cycle 
Year of Study

: 
1 
Semester

: 
1.Semester 
Number of ECTS Credits Allocated

: 
6,00 
Name of Lecturer(s) 
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Course Assistants 
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Learning Outcomes of The Course Unit 
: 
1) an ability to use knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering 2) an ability to design and conduct experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data 3) an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams 4) an ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems 5) an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility 6) an ability to communicate effectively 7) an ability to use the techniques and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

Mode of Delivery 
: 
FaceToFace

Prerequisities and Corequisities Courses 
: 
Unavailable

Recommended Optional Programme Components 
: 
Unavailable

Course Contents 
: 
This course is concerned with the basic concept and descriptions, derivation of NavierStokes equations, energy equation, structure of equation system, some ?Exact? solutions of NavierStokes equations, nondimensional parameters and flow regimes, and Inviscid flow theorems.

Languages of Instruction 
: 
Turkish

Course Goals 
: 
This course will be helping to our students in engineering heat and fluid problems.

Course Aims 
: 
Our graduates will be successful in careers that deal with the fluid mechanics design, fluid mechanics simulation and analysis of engineering problems, fluid mechanics experimentation and testing, manufacturing, and fluid mechanics research.

WorkPlacement 

Not Available


Recommended or Required Reading
Textbook

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Additional Resources

: 
1. G. K. Batchelor, ?A First Cours in Fluid Dynamics?
2. B. Thwaaaites (ed.), ?Incompressible Aerodynamics?
3. Hunter Rouse (ed.), ?Advanced Mechanics of Fluids?
4. R. L. Panton, ?Incompressible Flow?
5. L. M. MilneThompson, ?Theoretical Hydrodynamics?
6. Horace Lamb, ?Hydrodynamics?
7. W. Prager, ?Introduction to Mechanics of Continua?
8. L. D. Landau and E. M. Lipshitz, ?Fluid Mechanics?
9. N. E. Kochin, I. A. Kibel, and N. V. Roze, ?Theoritical Hydrodynamics?
10. D.J. Tritton, ?Physical Fluid Dynamics?
11. Schlichting, ?Boundary Layer Theory?
12. M. D. Van Dyke, ?An Album of Fluid Motion?
13. A. M. Kuethe and CY Chow, ?Foundations of Aerodynamics?

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Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Lectures, Practical Courses, Presentation, Seminar, Project, Laboratory Applications (if necessary)


ECTS / Table Of Workload (Number of ECTS credits allocated)
Student workload surveys utilized to determine ECTS credits.

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Weekly Detailed Course Content
Week

Topics

1

Basic Concept and Descriptions:
A Continuum
B Lagrangian and Eulerian Description



2

Basic Concept and Descriptions:
C Streamlines, Particle Trajectories, Streaklines
D Control Volume Formulation of Conservation Laws
E Differential Equations from Control Volume Formulation



3

Derivation of NavierStokes Equations:
A Notion of Stress at the Point
B Stress Tensor, Deformation Tensor, Rate of Strain Tensor



4

Derivation of NavierStokes Equations:
C Differential Momentum Equation in Terms of Stress tensor
D Fluid Dynamic Pressure



5

Derivation of NavierStokes Equations:
E Fluid Dynamic Pressure
F NavierStokes Equations



6

Energy Equation:
A General Derivation
B Forms of Energy Equation



7

Energy Equation:
C Dissipation
D Fluid Dynamic and Thermodynamic Pressure



8

Structure of Equation System



9

Midterm exam



10

Some ?Exact? Solutions of NavierStokes Equations:
A Poisseuille Flows
B Couette Flows



11

Some ?Exact? Solutions of NavierStokes Equations:
C Couette Flow with Suction; Boundary Layer Behavior
D Suddenly accelerated Plate; Boundary Layer Behavior



12

Some ?Exact? Solutions of NavierStokes Equations:
E Stagnation Point Flow
F Hamel Flow; Boundary Layer Behavior, and Seperation



13

NonDimensional Parameters and Flow Regimes:
A Reynolds Number, Mach Number, Prandtl Number
B High and Low Reynolds Number Behavior
C From (b), Justiiiification for Inviscid Flow Theory, Boundary Layer Theory, NonInertial Flow Theory



14

Inviscid Flow Theorems:
A Bernoulli Integral
B Vorticity and Circulation
C Kelvin Theorem and Its Ramificarions



























































































