Course Title : Hydraulics and Exercises

Code 35090
Course Year 2nd year
Term
Class day & Period Wednesday・3-4
Location Kyotsu4
Credits 2
Restriction
Lecture Form(s)
Language English
Instructor H. Gotoh, K. Toda, T. Hosoda, A. Khayyer,

Course Description

Hydrodynamics being fundamental of design for hydraulic structure is explained systematically in relation to fluid dynamics. Fluid statics, elementary fluid dynamics, viscous flow and turbulence, dimension analysis, and steady flow related to pipe flow and open channel are main topics. Systematic understanding of fundamental hydraulics through exercises are cultivated.

Grading

Based on the results of examinations

Course Goals

Systematic understanding of fundamental hydraulics through exercises

Course Topics

Theme Class number of times Description
Fluid Statics, Buoyancy, Flotation Stability 3 Hydrostatic pressure, buoyancy force, stability of floating body are explained and their exercises are implemented.
Elementary Fluid Dynamics 5 Continuum dynamics, control volume method, continuum equation, momentum equation and one-deimensional analysis are explained and their exercises are implemented.
Potential Flows 2 Bernoulli's theorem and two-dimensiional irrotational flow is explained and their exercises are implemented.
Viscous Flow and Turbulence 2 Deformation stress, Navier Stokes equation, shear stress for laminar flow and frictional loss, laminar and turbulent flow and velocity distribution of turbulent flow are explained.
Comprehensive Exercise 2 Comprehension check regarding to each term is implemented.
Intermediate examination 2 Intermediate examination is carried out.
Dimensional Analysis, Similitude 1 Dimensional analysis, pi-theorem and similarity rule are explained and their exercises are implemented.
Viscous Flow in Pipes 4 Energy equation, frictional law, form drag loss, siphon and pipe flow are explained and their exercises are implemented.
Open-Channel Flow 7 Energy equation, momentum equation, open channel equation, specific energy, specific force, hydraulic jump and analysis of gradually varied flow are explained and their exercises are implemented.
Achievement confirmation 2 Comprehension check of course contents.

Textbook

It is announced in the first lecture. Handout is used in the Lectures related on open-channel flow and exercise.

Textbook(supplemental)

Non

Prerequisite(s)

Differential and integral calculus, linear algebra etc., standard mathematics of general education course

Web Sites

Non

Additional Information

Lecture is opened along with exercise. How to get in touch with instructors is announced during lecture and exercise.