BE Civil Engineering Semester 4 (SE Second Year)University of Mumbai

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Fluid Mechanics 2 Semester 4 (SE Second Year) BE Civil Engineering University of Mumbai Topics and Syllabus

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100.00 Flow Through Pipes
101.00 Loss of Head Through Pipes
  • Loss of head through pipes,
  • Darcy-Weisbach equation,
  • minor and major losses.
102.00 Hydraulic Gradient Line and Energy Gradient Line
  • pipes in series, equivalent pipes,
  • pipes in parallel,
  • flow through laterals,
  • flow through branched pipes, 
  • three reservoir problem, siphon. 
200.00 Flow Through Nozzles
  • Power transmitted through nozzle, condition for maximum power transmitted,
  • diameter of nozzle for maximum transmission of power.
300.00 Pipe Network and Water Hammer
  • Hardy cross method, water hammer in pipes-Gradual closure and instantaneous closure of valve, control measures.
400.00 Compressible Flow
401.00 Basic Equation of Flow (Elementary Study)
  • velocity of sound or pressure wave in a fluid, Mach number, propagation of pressure waves, area-velocity relationship
402.00 Stagnation Properties and Compressible Fluid
  • Stagnation properties and compressible fluid through discharge measuring devices.
500.00 Laminar Flow
501.00 Reynolds Experiment
  • Reynolds experiment, critical velocity, laminar flow through circular pipes, annulus, and flow between two parallel plates: stationary and moving.
502.00 Flow Through Porous Media
  • kinetic energy correction factor, and momentum correction factor. Dash pot mechanism.
600.00 Turbulent Flow Through Pipes
601.00 Causes of Turbulence
  • Causes of turbulence, shear stress in turbulent flow, Prandtl’s mixing length theory
602.00 Hydro Dynamically Smooth and Rough Pipes
  • velocity distribution in smooth and rough pipes, Karman-Prandtl velocity distribution equation.
603.00 Resistance to Flow in Smooth
  • Resistance to flow in smooth and rough pipes, resistance equation and Moody’s diagram.
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