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Fluid mechanics is the branch of physics concerned with the mechanics of fluids (liquids, gases, and plasmas) and the forces on them. It has applications in a wide range of disciplines, including mechanical, civil, chemical and biomedical engineering, geophysics, astrophysics, and biology.

Fluid Mechanics can also be defined as the science which deals with the study of behavior of fluids either at rest or in motion.

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Some of the topics covered in the app are:


Fluid Properties
Basic Fluid Properties

Fluid Mechanics
i. Thermodynamics Properties of a Fluid
ii. Surface tension and capillarity
iii. Compressibility and Bulk Modulus

Types of fluids
i. Types of fluids
ii. Types of Fluid Flow
iii. Types of flow lines

Fluid Dynamics
i. Introduction
ii. Different types of heads (or energies) of a liquid in motion
iii. Total Head / Energy
iv. Bernoulli's equation
v. Head Lost
vi. Rate of flow or discharge
vii. Continuity Equation

Units and Dimensions
i. Units
ii. Dimensions

Dimensional Analysis
i. Natural Laws
ii. Dimensional Analysis
iii. Uses of dimensional analysis
iv. Advantages of dimensional analysis

Practical Applications of Bernoulli's Equation
i. Venturimeter
ii. Orificemeter
iii. Pitot tube
iv. Rotameter
v. Elbow meter

Fluid power
i. Fluid momentum

Fluid Statics
i. Buoyancy
ii. Stability of floating bodies
iii. Pascal's Law
iv. Fluid-Static Law

Pressure Measurement
i. Sensors
ii. Bourdon Gauge
iii. manometer
iv. barometer
v. Piezometer tube

Orifice and mouthpiece
i. Orifice
ii. Mouthpiece
iii. Hydraulic co-efficients

Fluid mechanics is the branch of physics that deals with the mechanics of liquids (liquids, gases and plasmas) and the forces acting on them. It has applications in a wide range of disciplines including mechanical, civil, chemical and biomedical engineering, geophysics, astrophysics and biology.

Fluid mechanics can also be defined as a science that deals with the study of the behavior of liquids at rest or in motion.

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The app provides quick revision and reference to important topics, such as a detailed index card, making it easy and useful for the student or professional to quickly discuss the curriculum before an exam or interview.

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Use this useful engineering app as a tutorial, digital book, curriculum reference guide, course material, project work and sharing your views on the blog.


Some of the topics covered in the app are:


Fluid properties
Basic properties of the liquid

Fluid mechanics
I. Thermodynamics properties of a fluid
ii. Surface tension and capillarity
iii. Compressibility and bulk module

Types of liquids
I. Types of liquids
ii. Types of fluid flow
iii. Types of flow lines

Fluid dynamics
I. introduction
ii. Different types of heads (or energies) of a fluid in motion
iii. Total power / energy
iv. Bernoulli's equation
v. Lost head
vi. Flow rate or discharge
vii. Continuity equation

Units and dimensions
I. units
ii. Dimensions

Dimensional analysis
I. Laws of nature
ii. Dimensional analysis
iii. Using dimensional analysis
iv. Advantages of dimensional analysis

Practical applications of the Bernoulli equation
I. Venturimeter
ii. Orificemeter
iii. Pitot tube
iv. Rotameter
v. Elbow knife

Fluid power
I. Fluid momentum

Fluid statics
I. boost
ii. Stability of floating bodies
iii. Pascal's law
iv. Fluid static law

Pressure measurement
I. Sensors
ii. Bourdon Gauge
iii. manometer
iv. barometer
v. Piezometer tube

Mouthpiece and mouthpiece
I. opening
ii. Mouthpiece
iii. Hydraulic coefficients