Lecturer(s)


Macek Jan, prof. Ing. DrSc.

Course content

1. Basic concepts and quantities. Newtonian and nonNewtonian fluids. 2. Hydrostatics. The basic equation. Absolute and relative equilibrium. The forces on the wall. 3. Basic equations of fluid dynamics  continuity equation and the equation of motion. 4. Fow of an ideal fluid. The effluent from the containers. 5. Flow of real fluids. Hydraulic losses. 6. Unsteady hydrodynamics. Water hammer. The absolute and relative flow. 7. A dynamic effects of the flowing fluid. Propulsive force. Flow impeller. Euler's pump and turbine equation. 8. Laminar flow, flow in a tube of circular cross section. Analytically solvable cases of laminar flow. 9. turbulent flow. The characteristics of turbulence. The flow in the pipe of circular cross section. 10. Wrap planar, development of the boundary layer. Resistance. 11. Wrapping bodies. The buoyancy. Boundary layer. Transition to turbulence. Flow separation. Wrapping spheres and cylinders. 12. aerodynamic force and its components. Wrapping airfoil. Polar. 13. Basics of similarity theory.

Learning activities and teaching methods

Monologic (reading, lecture, briefing), Laboratory, Elearning
 Preparation for credit
 5 hours per semester
 Class attendance
 12 hours per semester
 Preparation for classes
 60 hours per semester
 Semestral paper
 25 hours per semester
 Preparation for exam
 20 hours per semester

Learning outcomes

The aim to introduce basics of hydrostatics and hydrodynamics to students. Special emphasis is placed on the theoretical aspects including derivation of basic relation between particular quantities. In addition, students will gain advanced knowledge related to fluid flow, and introduction to aerodynamics.
The graduate will get knowledge of hydrostatics and hydrodynamics with an emphasis on the theoretical basis. Students will be capable to discuss and to derive the basic relationships and equations. In addition, students will have an overview of fluid flow and fundamentals of aerodynamics.

Prerequisites

basic knowledge of mathematics and physics, knowledge of vector, differencial and intergal calculation

Assessment methods and criteria

Combined exam, Seminar work
Understanding of the topic within the frame given by the plan. Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes: credit: attendance of seminars, min 75%, passing the test to min 75%. exam: passing the test min 75%, proof of knowledge at the oral exam min 75%.

Recommended literature


Liška A., Novák P: KOMPRESORY, skripta vyd.ČVUT, Praha, 1999.

Nožička J.: Mechanika tekutin. Česká technika  nakladatelství ČVUT, Praha 2007..

Pěta M.: Mechanika tekutin  sbírka příkladů. Vydavatelství ČVUT, Praha 2005..

Jan Melichar. Hydraulické stroje: konstrukce a provoz. ČVUT Praha, 2002. ISBN 8001026574.
