MET330 Applied Fluid Mechanics

This course describes the fundamental principles of fluid mechanics through the study of manometry, buoyancy, and forces on submerged bodies; boundary layers; flow over surfaces; Bernoulli’s equation with applications; orifices; pipe losses; and hydrodynamics. Students will learn how to apply fluid mechanics principles by analyzing exemplary systems. Upon successful course completion, students will be able to solve for parameters of static or dynamic fluids in engineering systems.


MTH220, MET230

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