ME 5332: Intermediate Fluid Mechanics

4 Credits

Bridge between introductory fluid mechanics and advanced graduate level course. Principles of incompressible and compressible flows, boundary layer theory, and analysis using differential formulations of the governing conservation equations. Analysis of phenomena relevant to the practice of engineering is emphasized through problem solving. prereq: ME 3332, Admitted to upper division/ME major or graduate student

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