AE25168 Viscous Flow
Viscous flow is a third year undergraduate course focusing on the friction effects within fluid dynamics. The course starts with a derivation of the Navier-Stokes equations from Newton's law and then applies the Navier-Stokes equations to Couette flow within journal bearings, to external viscous flows on flat plates and airfoils, to internal flow within ducts and pipes, and to flows in pipe systems including valves and pumps. This is followed by an introduction to turbulence theory along with the derivation of algebraic and 2-equation turbulence models. The last part of the course consists of designing a computationally-efficient code to simulate a fully-developed turbulent boundary layer in a channel using a two-equation turbulence model.  
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Viscous Flow Questions & Answers
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Viscous Flow Tables
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Viscous Flow Online C IDE
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Viscous Flow Slides
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Viscous Flow Scores
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Viscous Flow Syllabus
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Viscous Flow Information
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2016 Viscous Flow Final Exam
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Viscous Flow Assignment #8 — Turbulence Modeling
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Viscous Flow Design Project — Viscous Flow Code Optimization
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Viscous Flow Assignment #7 — Computational Viscous Flow
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Viscous Flow Assignment #6 — Pipe Systems
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Viscous Flow Assignment #5 — Fully-Developed Flow
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2016 Viscous Flow Midterm Exam
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Viscous Flow Movies
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Viscous Flow Assignment #4 — Boundary Layer
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Viscous Flow Assignment #3 — Couette Flow
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Viscous Flow Assignment #2 — Navier Stresses and Stokes Hypothesis
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Viscous Flow Assignment #1 — Mass, Momentum, and Energy Equations
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Viscous Flow Assignment #0 — Registration
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