Fluid Dynamics for Ocean and Environmental Engineering
Course Description: General conservation laws; Navier-Stokes equations; steady and unsteady Bernoulli’s equation; potential flow theory and basics of
panel methods; laminar and turbulent boundary layer; dispersion and diffusion processes in laminar and turbulent flow; flow past a body of any shape.
Prerequisites: Undergraduate fluid mechanics; MATH 601 and/or basic courses in linear algebra; knowledge of one programming language.
Textbook: Kundu, P.K., Cohen, I.M. & Dowling, D.R. (2016), “Fluid Mechanics,” Sixth Edition, Academic Press.
Instructor: Dr. H.C. Chen
Office: 808-K CEOB
Phone: (979) 847-9468
Office Hours: MWF 3:30 - 4:30 pm or other times by appointment
Homework No. 4 (Due 10/21/2016), Solutions
Homework No. 5 (Due 10/28/2016), Solutions
Homework No. 6 (Due 11/18/2016), Solutions
Homework No. 7 (Due 11/30/2016), Solutions
Homework No. 8 (Due 12/07/2016), Solutions