ENGR 307 - Fluid Mechanics (WI)

ENGR 307 - Fluid Mechanics (WI)

3.00 Cr
A first course in fluid mechanics for engineering majors. Topics covered include fluid properties, fluid statics, fluid in motion, pressure variations in fluid flows, momentum principles in fluid flow, fluid energy principles, surface resistance and headloss, flow in conduits, flow measurements, drag, and lift. Classroom theory is put into practice with three laboratory sessions. Laboratory reports are used in providing writing intensive instruction with instructor feedback on student submissions. Two and one-half credits of lecture and one-half credit of laboratory.
Term: 
2021FA
Method: 
LEC
Faculty: 
Fischer, Gary