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Salalah College of Technology, Salalah

DepartmentEngineering
Course
Code:CHEE2202
Course Name:Fluid
Mechanics
Pre-requisite:

Specialization-Chemical
Engineering
Theory:

Name of the Lecturer


Lecturers Room No.
Office hours
Contact for Academic
inquiries

Course Goals

Contact hours

Academic year:2011-12
4 hrs

Semester:3 rd

Passing Grade/Mark: C

Section:

Practicals: 4 hrs

Dr. Saikat Banerjee


Staff Room 3

e-mail: saikat@sct.edu.om

Schedule of
the course
lectures

Day
Saturday
Sunday
Tuesday
Thursday

Time
12.00-14.00
14.00-16.00
12.00-14.00
10.00-12.00

Place
CEL
CEL
CEL
ACL

1.Provide the students with in-depth understanding of the fundamental concepts


of fluid mechanics
2.Provide the students with the understanding of the importance of fluid
mechanics in chemical processes
3.Provide basic foundation for subsequent courses in chemical engineering

Course Objectives
1To gain an understanding of the basic principles of fluid
mechanics
2To gather knowledge on fundamental concepts of fluid
mechanics.

Course Learning Outcomes


1.Differentiate between real and ideal fluids
2.Describe and measure properties of fluids using
conventional apparatus and equipments

3 To gain understanding of the application areas of fluid


mechanics in chemical engineering
4To gain proper understanding of the application areas of
fluid mechanics in chemical process industries
5
6
7

3.Describe and differentiate Newtonian Fluids from NonNewtonian fluids


4.Calculate for Reynolds number. Critical velocity and
velocity distributions in a pipe for laminar and turbulent
flows.
5.Describe laminar from turbulent flows.
6.Measure and calculate fluid velocity using venturimeter,
orificemeter and pitot tube.
7.Determine friction factor using appropriate formulas and
physical property tables.
8.Apply the Bernoulli equation to solve problems in fluid
mechanics.
9.Apply control volume analysis to problems in fluid
mechanics
10. Calculate head loss in pipes due to friction, sudden
expansion and contraction, entrance, exit, obstruction and
change of formula.
11.Describe fluid flow from one reservoir to another
through a long pipe of uniform cross section
12.Describe fluid flow through open channels . Describe
flow over a sphere and non-sperical objects.
13.Describe flow through porous media and fibrous media
14. Describe fluidization and fluidized bed
15.Design and conduct experiments , as well as to analyze
and interpret data.
16.Design and operate pumps, compressors,pipes , and
storage tanks.
17. Perform laboratory experiments either individual or in a
group.

2
3

Graduate Attributes
Covered by the Course

Course Delivery Plan


Outcom
e No.
1, 2,
3

4, 5,
6

Contact hours
Topics & Contents to be covered
Theory
Introduction
1. Introduction to Fluid
Mechanics, Fluid statics
and dynamics
2. Dimensions and Units
3. Measures of Fluid Mass
and Weight
4. Newtonian and NonNewtonian Fluids
Properties of fluids
1. Density
2. Viscosity
3. Surface Tension
4. Compressibility

Practical
*

Time
Plan
(Week
No.)
1

Class room
teaching / PPT

Class room
teaching / PPT

Hydrostatics
1. Piezometer
2. U tube manometer
3. Micro manometer
4

Methods and/or plan/s for


coverage of outcomes

Source
(Text/Reference books
chapter, page no.,
teaching notes, ebrary, websites)
Lecture Notes

Lecture Notes

Remark
s
More
applic
ation
areas
needs
to be
addre
ssed
Same
_

7, 8
4. Inverted U tube
manometer
5. Inclined manometer
Fluid Dynamics

1. General Balance Equation


Continuity Equation
ASSIGNMENT-1

QUIZ-1
9, 10,
11

Fluid Dynamics
2. Energy Balance First
Law of Thermodynamics

3. Mechanical Energy
Balance Bernoulli's
Equation

4. Flow Measurement

Theor
y
4

Practi
cal
4

Class room
teaching / PPT

Lecture Notes

Same
_

MID-TERM EXAMINATION

12,13
.

Flow in Pipes/Fluid Friction

Class room
teaching / PPT

Lecture Notes

Same)
-

Class room
teaching / PPT

Lecture Notes

Same
_

1. Laminar Flow Viscosity


and Stresses
2. Flow Inside a Pipe
3. Turbulent Flow in Pipes
4. Friction Factors and
Minor Losses
5. Fluid Machines
a. pumps
b. compressors
c. turbines
14,

Fluid Flow through Solid


Particles
1. Settling
2. Packed Bed
3. Fluidization

QUIZ-2

ASSIGNMENT -2

Theor
y
6

Practi
cal
2

15

16

17

Design and conduct


experiments as well as to
analyze and interpret data
Design and operate pumps,
compressors, pipes, and
storage tanks
Perform laboratory
experiments either individual
or in a group
QUIZ-3

Topics incorporated
in Outcomes 1, 2

-Same-

Topics incorporated
in Outcomes 1-5

-Same-

Topics incorporated
in 10-15

-Same-

FINAL EXAM Practical


FINAL EXAM Theory
*As workshop, laborarory, case study, survey, industrial visits, simulations, programming or any applications
aspects etc.,

EVALUATION CRITERIA:
Theory(2/3)
S.N.

ASSESSMENT

MARKS

Assignments

10

Quizzes

20

Mid-semester Examination

20

Final Examination

50

Total

100

Practical(1/3)
S.N.

ASSESSMENT

MARKS

Laboratory Reports

30

Mid-semester Examination

20

Final Examination

50

Total

100

Salalah College of Technology


Department: Engineering

Specialization: Chemical Engineering

Course Name:Fluid Mechanics


Level: Dip,

Course Code:CHEE2202

Name of Course Lecturer: Dr. Saikat

Section: Chemical Engineering

Semester: Sem1 / Sem 2 / Summer

Banerjee

Mapping Sheet for Coverage of Course Outcomes

Total No. of Outcomes


Delivery & Assessment Processes
Theory(Lectures)
Practical (Lab./W.S)
*
Structured Assisgnment 1
*
Structured Assisgnment II
*
Mini Project

Academic Year: 2011 2012

1 2

10

Outcomes covered by the Delivery and Assessment Methods


11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

Group Assignment/ Industrial Visit/ Field


Visits, etc
*
Presentation
Others
Assignments/ Hom Work I
Assignments/ Hom Work II
Assignments/ Hom Work III
Quiz -1 / Test 1
Quiz -2 / Test 2
Quiz -3 / Test 3
Mid-Term Exam (Th/Prac)
Final Exams (Pract/W.S)
Final Exam (Theory)

Please use the sign () to make your answer.


Coverage of outcome

Outcome No/s.

= Student/Learner Centered Learning Methods

Final Examination to cover ALL the Outcome of the Course.


Reasons/Comments

Fully Covered
Partially Covered
Could not cover

Prepared by

MODERATOR
,

Dr. Saikat Banerjee Ph.D

ENGR. P. Jayakaran, M.Tech