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Title: ENTC 303: Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power


1
ENTC 303 Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power
  • Fluid Properties (i.e. density, viscosity)
  • Instrumentation to measure fluid properties
  • Pressure (i.e. absolute, gage, devices)
  • Static forces due to pressure (i.e. on walls,
    curved surfaces)
  • Buoyancy (note stability is not covered)
  • Flowing Fluids
  • Flowrate
  • Bernoullis Equation

2
ENTC 303 Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power
  • Flowing Fluids
  • Energy Equation
  • Reynolds Number
  • Energy losses in straight pipes
  • Non-circular sections
  • Minor losses
  • Piping systems in parallel
  • Piping systems in series
  • Pumps
  • Kinetic and Positive Displacement
  • Fluid Power
  • Hydraulic components and circuits
  • Pneumatic components and circuits

3
ENTC 370 Thermodynamics
  • Basic concepts
  • Open systems
  • Closed systems
  • Fluid properties
  • Fluid States and Ideal gases
  • Steam tables
  • 1st law for closed systems
  • Piston-cylinder devices
  • Rigid container
  • 1st law for open systems
  • Pipes
  • Heat exchangers
  • Mixing chambers
  • Turbines and compressors

4
ENTC 370 Thermodynamics
  • Carnot Cycle
  • 2nd Law for closed and open systems
  • Entropy as a property
  • Entropy generation
  • Steady flow devices
  • Isentropic efficiency
  • Cycles
  • Otto cycle (internal combustion engine)
  • Refrigeration cycle
  • Gas (Brayton) turbine cycle
  • Steam (Rankine) cycle
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