Each student in this course is expected to abide by the Cornell University Code of Academic Integrity. You are encouraged to work together on your assignments (problem sets and laboratory writeups), but the written work you turn in must be your own or that of your groups. When working together on an assignment, please list the name(s) of those you worked with. See the Code of Academic Integrity and Acknowledging the Work of Others (in the Policy Notebook for the Cornell Community and also on the web at http://cuinfo.cornell.edu/Academic/AIC.html) if you are unclear on what constitutes acceptable academic behavior.
In
the event of a major campus emergency like an H1N1 flu outbreak, course
requirements, deadlines, and
grading percentages are subject to
changes that may be necessitated by a revised semester calendar or
other circumstances. Notices of any
changes will be posted here and links on this course website updated to
reflect the changes.
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  1.11.8  video 1 video 2 video 3 

F, Aug 25  Fluid Properties  1.91.10 
I  video 1 video 2 

M, Aug 28  Fluid Properties  1.11,
1.121.14 
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 
3.13.2  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 Mass & Examples  video 1 


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: The Kármán Vortex Street 
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 & NavierStokes Equations Examples  4.8 4.9 

video 1 

W, Oct 18  NavierStokes 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  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 

Midsemester Survey  video 1 


W, Nov 1  Laminar & Turbulent Pipe Flow  

video 1 

F, Nov 3 
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 Not Due 

T, Nov 7  
W, Nov 8 
Noncircular ducts & Bernoulli obstruction theory; Outer Flows 
7.1  7.2  
F, Nov 10 
Laminar & Turbulent Boundary Layers, BL Examples 
7.3  7.4  video 1 

M, Nov 13 
7.6 

video 1 

W, Nov 15 
10.110.2 

video
1 video 2 

F, Nov 17 
Open Channel Flow  10.310.4  
M, Nov 19 
10.510.6 
Problem Set 10 due Tuesday at 3:00 pm  video 1 

Thanksgiving Break  
M, Nov 27 
Open Channel Flow 
10.7  
video 1 

W, Nov 29 

Lab 5 due at 4:00 
video 1 video 2 

F, Dec 1 
Review for Final Sample Final Open Channel Flow in class examle soln 

Problem Set 11 due 3:30 pm Note in Q3 the block height h=0.2m Sample Final
3 Soln (By wednesday) (not due) 

Sat, Dec 9 
Final: Location TBD 2:004:30 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
