FAST-CT051Acad. year: 2019/2020
Introduction to the subject mechanics liquids. Basic equations water flow: Bernoulli, Chézy, Darcy-Weisbach etcr. Water flow in pressure pipeline systems, laminar and turbulent flow. Shock waves in pipes, direct and indirect hydraulic shock. Time slope of shock wave.
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Learning outcomes of the course unit
The student upgrade his knowledge of hydraulics, especially about water flow in pressure systems.
Physics, mathematics and basic plumbing systems and heating.
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1. Introduction, basic terms, fluid properties. Hydrostatics and relative calm of fluid
2. Hydrodynamics, types of fluids, continuity equation
3. Ideal fluid flow
4. Measurement of velocity and pressure
5. Flow of viscous fluids
6. Laminar flow in the pipe. Turbulent flow
7. Pressure loss due to friction. Pressure loss of local resistance
8. Unsteady motion of fluids. Flow in channels
9. Computational fluid dynamics - CFD method
10. Internal and external aerodynamics
Basic information on fluid behaviours and effect, phenomenon generated in water flow in pressure systems.
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