Syllabus

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In the event of a major campus emergency like an H1N1 flu outbreak, course requirements, deadlines, and
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This is a dynamic syllabus - it is subject to change.

Fall 2017

Please attend your recitation section on Thursday Aug 24 or Friday Aug 25th!

Laboratory

Date

Lecture

Reading

Assignment Due Dates YouTube
 

W, Aug 23 Introduction, Fluid Properties  1.1-1.8   video 1
video 2
video 3

F, Aug 25 Fluid Properties 1.9-1.10
I video 1
video 2

M, Aug 28 Fluid Properties 1.11, 1.12-1.14
  video 1
video 2
video 3
video 4

W, Aug 30 Fluid Kinematics

Introductory Survey due Thursday Aug. 31 by noon! (12 pm)
video 1
video 2
video 3
video 4
video 5

F, Sept 1 Hydrostatics 2.1 - 2.4 Problem Set 1 due  3:30 pm video 1
video 2
video 3

 

 

W, Sept 6 Barometers/Manometers

video 1
video 2

F, Sept 8 Force on plane surfaces 2.5 - 2.7 Problem Set 2 due 3:30 pm video 1

M, Sept 11 Force plane & curved surfaces 2.8 - 2.10
video 1
W, Sept 13 Buoyancy & Stability

  video 1
video 2

F, Sept 15 Reynolds Transport Thereom
3.1-3.2 Problem Set 3 due 3:30 pm video 1
video 2

M, Sept 18 Conservation of Mass 3.3
video 1
video 2

W, Sept 20 Conservation of Linear Momentum & Examples

video 1








    Lab #2 - Conservation Equations and the Hydraulic Jump


F, Sept 22 Conservation of Linear Momentum Examples
3.4 Problem Set 4 due 3:30 pm video 1

M, Sept 25 Angular Momentum & Examples

video 1

W, Sept 27 Summary and Review for Prelim  1   Sample Prelim 1
Sample Prelim 2
Sample Prelim 3  (not due) Soln 1, Soln 2, Soln 3
video 1

R, Sept 28 Prelim 1:  7:30pm - 9:00pm Ives Hall 105 Solution

F, Sept  29 Energy Equation 3.5

 

video 1
video 2

M, Oct 2 Energy Equation 3.6
video 1
video 2

W, Oct 4 Bernoulli Equation 3.7
video 1
video 2

F, Oct 6 Energy/Bernoulli Equation  

Problem Set 5 due  3:30 pm

video 1


Fall Break 











Lab #3 - Similitude: Vertical Axis Wind Turbines in Water!
W, Oct 11 Differential Analysis - Conservation of Mass 4.1 - 4.2
video 1

F, Oct 13 Differential Analysis - Conservation of Momentum 4.3 - 4.6 Problem Set 6 due  3:30 pm video 1

M, Oct 16 Euler's & Navier-Stokes Equations Examples 4.8 -4.9

 

video 1

W, Oct 18 Navier-Stokes Equations Example 4.10
video 1
link
video 2

F, Oct 20 Dimensional Analysis 5.1 - 5.3 Problem Set 7 due  3:30 pm video 1
video 2

M, Oct 23 Dimensional Analysis 5.4  - 5.5 Mid-semester Survey
video 1
video 2

W, Oct 25 Similitude
6.1 - 6.4
video 1
video 2

F, Oct 27 Inner Flows & Laminar Pipe Flow


Problem Set 8 due  3:30 pm video 1

M, Oct  30

Laminar Pipe Flow



video 1



W, Nov  1 Laminar & Turbulent Pipe Flow


video 1

F, Nov 3

Turbulent Pipe Flow and Minor Losses

6.6 - 6.7

Problem Set 9 due  3:30 pm
video 1

M, Nov 6

Summary and Review for Prelim 2

6.8 - 6.9

Sample Prelim 2 #1
Solutions
Sample Prelim 2 #2

Solutions

Sample Prelim 2 #3

Solutions
Not Due

T, Nov 7

Prelim 2:  7:30pm - 9:00pm Gates Hall G01 Solution

W, Nov 8

Non-circular ducts & Bernoulli obstruction theory; Outer Flows

7.1 - 7.2  

F, Nov 10

Laminar & Turbulent Boundary Layers, BL Examples

7.3 - 7.4 Problem Set 10 due  3:30 pm video 1
Lab #4 - Pipe Flow, Minor and Major Losses, and Walking in Osborne Reynolds Shoes

M, Nov 13

Lift & Drag

 7.6


video 1

W, Nov 15

Open Channel Flow

10.1-10.2


video 1
video 2

F, Nov 17

Open Channel Flow 10.3-10.4

M, Nov 19

Open Channel Flow

10.5-10.6

Problem Set 11 due 4:00 pm video 1
Thanksgiving Break

M, Nov  27

Open Channel Flow

10.7
video 1

W, Nov  29

Open Channel Flow


Lab 5 due at 4:00

video 1

F, Dec 1

Review for Final

 

Problem Set 12 due 3:30 pm

Sample Final 1 Soln

Sample Final 2 Soln

Sample Final 3 Soln

(not due)


Sat, Dec  9

Final: Location TBD 2:00-4:30 PM


Notes:

1) Homework and Lab reports are due by 3:40PM on the date due column above.  Assignments can be handed in to the TAs during Section or to the CEE 3310 Assignments Bin in the CEE Main office - Hollister 220, just inside the door to the right.

2) No late homework assignments will be accepted.

3) Reading is to be completed BEFORE the lecture on the date listed