Unit-I | Unit -II | Unit -III | Unit -IV | Unit -V |

1. Introduction | 1. Fluid flow: | 1. Closed channel flow measurement: | 1. Flow past immersed bodies: | 1. Transportation of fluids: |

Differences between fluid and solid | Stream line | Venturi meter | Form drag | Pump classifications: |

Differences between gas and liquid | Stream tube | Orifice meter | Wall drag | Suction, discharge , net pressure heads, specific speed and power calculations |

2. Types of fluids: | Steady & Uniform flows | Venturi - Orifice Comparison | Drag coefficients | NPSH |

Newtonian & non-Newtonian fluids | One-dimensional & multidimensional flow | Pitot tube | 2. Friction in flow through bed of solids: | 2. Characteristics and constructional details of centrifugal pumps |

Compressible & incompressible fluids | Equation of continuity | Rotameter | Blake-Kozeny Equation | Cavitation |

3. Physical properties: | Energy equation - Bernoulli's equation | Flow measurement based on Doppler effect | Burke-Plummer Equation | Priming |

Viscosity | Tank training problem | Hot wire and hot film anemometer | Ergun equation | 3. Positive displacement pumps: |

Vapor pressure | Momentum equation | Magnetic flow meter | 3. Packed Towers: | Piston pumps - single and double acting |

Compressibility and Bulkmodulus | Toricellie equation | 2. Open channel flow measurement: | Applications | Plunger pumps |

Surface tension | Trajectory of a liquid-jet issued upwards in the atmosphere | Elementary theory of weirs and notches | Various types of packing | Diaphragm pump |

Capillarity | Trajectory of a jet issued from an orifice at the side of a tank | Rectangular notch | Requirements for a good packing | 4. Rotary pumps |

Problems - SurfaceTension | Water Hammer | V-notch | Loading and Flooding | Gear pumps |

4. Fluid statics: | Laminar and Turbulent flow | Suppressed and contracted weirs | 4. Fluidization: | Lobe pumps |

Pascal's law for pressure at a pointin a fluid | 2. Boundary layer concepts: | Submerged weirs | Minimum fluidizing velocity | Screw pumps |

Variation of pressure in a Static fluid | Introduction | Trapezoidal notch | Pressure Drop in Fluidized bed | 5. Airlift pump |

Absolute and gauge pressure,vacuum | Development of boundary layer for flow over a flat plate | Fluidization Types | 6. Jet pump | |

5. Pressure Measurement | Development of boundary layer for flow through circular pipe | 5. Motion of particle through fluid | 7. Selection of pumps | |

Fluid Pressure | Entry length | 6. Terminal settling velocity | 8. Fans, blowers, and compressors | |

Barometers | Fully developed flow | 7. Operating ranges of fluidization | Appendix | |

Piezo meters | Boundary layer separation | 8. Applications of fluidization | Key Contributors to Fluid Mechanics | |

Manometers: | 3. Flow of incompressible fluid in pipes: | 9. Pneumatic transport | ||

Introduction | Laminar flow | |||

Simple U-tube manometer | Hagen Poiseuille equation | |||

Inverted U-tube manometer | Friction factor | |||

Manometer with one leg enlarged | Pressure drop in turbulent flow | |||

Two fluid U-tube manometer | Velocity Distribution for turbulent flow | |||

Inclined U-tube manometer | Surface roughness | |||

Manometer - limitations | Flow through non-circular pipes | |||

Pressure gauges - Bourdon gauge | Flow through curved pipes | |||

6. Buoyancy - principles | Expansion losses | |||

7. Units and Dimensions | Contraction losses | |||

8. Similitude and model studies: | Losses for flow through fittings | |||

Kinematic and dynamic similarities | Equivalent length of pipe fittings | |||

DimensionalAnalysis: | 4. Types of flow problems | |||

Rayleigh's method | 5. Compressible fluid flow: | |||

Buckingham pi method | Equations of compressible flow | |||

Important DimensionlessNumbers | Velocity of sound in fluid | |||

Mach number | ||||

Nozzles & diffusers | ||||

Maximum velocity | ||||

6. Two dimensional flow: | ||||

Velocity potential | ||||

Potential function |