322.050 Fluid Mechanics 2
This course is in all assigned curricula part of the STEOP.
This course is in at least 1 assigned curriculum part of the STEOP.

2021W, UE, 1.0h, 2.0EC
TUWEL

Properties

  • Semester hours: 1.0
  • Credits: 2.0
  • Type: UE Exercise
  • Format: Distance Learning

Learning outcomes

After successful completion of the course, students are able to:

  • understand the advanced concepts of fluid mechanics and combine this specific knowledge with other areas of engineering (for example physics, mechanics and thermodynamics);
  • understand specific physical-mathematical considerations that are necessary to model problems in fluid mechanics;
  • understand and solve basic tasks in the process industry and / or the environment;
  • apply mathematical models of fluid mechanics and solve fluid mechanics tasks independently

Subject of course

Exercises and applications on:

  • Lecture 1 - Adimensionalization
  • Lecture 2 - Creeping Flow           
  • Lecture 3 - Lubrication theory I
  • Lecture 4 - Lubrication theory II
  • Lecture 5 - Application of Lubrication theory
  • Lecture 6 - Potential flow
  • Lecture 6 - Potential flow and drag on slender body
  • Lecture 7 - D' Alembert paradox
  • Lecture 8 - Boundary layer: theory and Stokes problem
  • Lecture 9 - Boundary layer: flat plate, Blasius solution, separation and classification
  • Lecture 10 - Turbulence phenomena and modelling
  • Lecture 11 - Modelling of the Reynolds stresses
  • Lecture 12 - Law of the wall (Turbulent flow in a pipe)
  • Lecture 13 – Summary exercises

Teaching methods

The following didactic aids are used to support the students in achieving the learning objectives:
• Calculate case studies on the board.
• Homework to be done independently by the students (within a given time window, typically one week); Subsequent discussion of the solution and the results.

Mode of examination

Immanent

Additional information

There are 3 groups for this exercises, please register to one of them.

 

Lecturers

Institute

Course dates

DayTimeDateLocationDescription
Mon09:00 - 11:0011.10.2021 - 24.01.2022 (LIVE)Group 1
Wed14:00 - 16:0013.10.2021 - 26.01.2022 (LIVE)Group 2
Thu08:00 - 10:0014.10.2021 - 27.01.2022 (LIVE)Group 3
Fluid Mechanics 2 - Single appointments
DayDateTimeLocationDescription
Mon11.10.202109:00 - 11:00 Group 1
Wed13.10.202114:00 - 16:00 Group 2
Thu14.10.202108:00 - 10:00 Group 3
Mon18.10.202109:00 - 11:00 Group 1
Wed20.10.202114:00 - 16:00 Group 2
Thu21.10.202108:00 - 10:00 Group 3
Mon25.10.202109:00 - 11:00 Group 1
Wed27.10.202114:00 - 16:00 Group 2
Thu28.10.202108:00 - 10:00 Group 3
Wed03.11.202114:00 - 16:00 Group 2
Thu04.11.202108:00 - 10:00 Group 3
Mon08.11.202109:00 - 11:00 Group 1
Wed10.11.202114:00 - 16:00 Group 2
Thu11.11.202108:00 - 10:00 Group 3
Wed17.11.202114:00 - 16:00 Group 2
Thu18.11.202108:00 - 10:00 Group 3
Mon22.11.202109:00 - 11:00 Group 1
Wed24.11.202114:00 - 16:00 Group 2
Thu25.11.202108:00 - 10:00 Group 3
Mon29.11.202109:00 - 11:00 Group 1

Examination modalities

Students have to write an intermediate and a final test (with the possibility of writing also a replacement test) to assess whether they have achieved the expected knowledge and preparation.

Tests Administration

Three exams will be scheduled, of which the student must take at least two:
• Midterm test: covers the first part of the course program;
• Final test: covers the second part of the course program;
• “Replacement test” (Nachtest): covers the entire course program and is held after the Final test.
Exam duration: 1h30min.
All exams are written tests. Each test comprises two or more problems. Each problem comprises two or more questions. The maximum test score is 100, and it is the sum of all the sub-scores of each question.
To get a positive grade, each student must:
• Attend at least 11 UE lectures even if no exercises have been completed;
• Complete at least 50% of all the exercises assigned in the homework;
• Take at least two tests of which the combined score is at least 100 points;
• Score at least 25 points on two tests.
If one of these points is not met, a negative certificate will be issued.
IMPORTANT: Tutors have the option to check the student’s homework at every UE lecture. An exercise marked as complete in TUWEL, but verified as ‘NOT DONE’ by the tutor renders the entire homework for that week not done.

Grades
The final grade will be assigned considering the sum of the scores of the two exams taken (ranging from 0 to 200) will be assigned according to the following table:
SCORE                GRADE
<100      -> (fail)            5
100-130 -> (pass)      4
131-147 -> (pass)      3
148-170 -> (pass)      2

>=171    -> (pass)           1

Exams

DayTimeDateRoomMode of examinationApplication timeApplication modeExam
Thu16:00 - 18:0009.12.2021EI 10 Fritz Paschke HS - BI written04.10.2021 00:00 - 22.11.2021 11:00TISS1. Test, Paralleltermin
Thu16:00 - 18:0009.12.2021written04.10.2021 00:00 - 22.11.2021 11:00TISS1. Test, Paralleltermin
Thu10:00 - 12:0003.02.2022GM 5 Praktikum HS- TCH written07.01.2022 00:00 - 01.02.2022 00:00TISS2. Test, Paralleltermin
Thu10:00 - 12:0003.02.2022written07.01.2022 00:00 - 01.02.2022 00:00TISS2. Test, Paralleltermin
Fri - 11.03.2022written01.02.2022 00:00 - 04.03.2022 00:00TISSErsatztest, Paralleltermin

Course registration

Begin End Deregistration end
20.09.2021 00:00 13.10.2021 23:59 03.11.2021 23:59

Registration modalities

Please register also in on of the groups.

Group Registration

GroupRegistration FromTo
Gruppe 127.09.2021 00:0007.10.2021 23:59
Gruppe 227.09.2021 00:0007.10.2021 23:59
Gruppe 327.09.2021 00:0007.10.2021 23:59

Curricula

Study CodeSemesterPrecon.Info
033 245 Mechanical Engineering STEOP
Course requires the completion of the introductory and orientation phase
033 282 Mechanical Engineering - Management STEOP
Course requires the completion of the introductory and orientation phase
066 445 Mechanical Engineering STEOP
Course requires the completion of the introductory and orientation phase
066 482 Mechanical Engineering - Management STEOP
Course requires the completion of the introductory and orientation phase

Literature

Future homeworks and lectures will be provided on TUWel

Preceding courses

Accompanying courses

Miscellaneous

  • Attendance Required!

Language

English