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# Course Specifications

## Sues Canal University

Faculty of Engineering,
Port Said

## Program on which the course is given: Regular

Department offering the program : Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering
Academic year / Level : Third year, First term

## Date of specification approval:

A- Basic Information

## Title: Ship Hydrodynamic (1) Code: NME 316

Credit Hours: Lecture: 2 hrs/week
Practical: 2 hrs/week

B- Professional Information
1 – Overall aims of course
This course aims to acquire the student learn ideal flow characteristics, equations of motion
and types of flow, flow function definition, flow around floating bodies, simpler and complex
types of ideal flow, pressure distribution on geometrical bodies, viscous flow and equations,
theoretical investigation of hydrodynamic airfoils and calculation of lift and drag forces, and
theory of surface waves.

## 2 – Intended learning outcomes of course (ILOs)

a- Knowledge and understanding:
The course enables the students to:

a1- define the ideal flow characteristics and derive the equation of flow motion.
a2- use the simple and complex types of ideal flow to calculate flow around bodies.
a3- estimate the pressure distribution around bodies from the principal and NASA sections.
a4- calculate the boundary layer characteristics for bodies.

b- Intellectual skills
The student will able to:

## b1- establish the different type of flow by superposition method.

b2- estimate the boundary layer characteristics.
b3- calculate lift and drag of airfoil and wave characteristics.

## c- Professional and practical skills

The course enable the students to:
c1- estimate velocity and pressure about floating bodies using the computer.
c2- estimate lift and drag for NASA airfoil sections.
c3- estimate drag force for flat plate by using boundary theory, applicable to ship.

## d- General and transferable skills

At the end of this course the student will be ready to:
d1- define the characteristics of ideal flow, viscous flow, airfoil theory and waves.
d2- apply the gained knowledge to determine the hydrodynamic characteristic of floating
bodies and estimate the lift and drag force for airfoil section.
d3- calculate the pressure distribution using the NASA airfoil sections.
3- Contents

## The characteristic of ideal flow 2 2 -

equations of motion for types of flow 4 2 2
flow function definition, flow around 4 2 2
floating bodies
simpler and complex types of ideal 4 2 2
flow
pressure distribution on geometrical 4 2 2
bodies,
viscous flow and boundary layer 4 2 2
equations.
investigation of airfoils and calculation 4 2 2
of the pressure, lift and drag forces
theory of surface waves. 4 2 2

## 4– Teaching and learning methods

4.1- white board
4.2- computer Labs
4.3- work shops
4.4- library (reading and handout papers)

## 5- Student assessment methods

5.1 course work 1. to assess ideal flow.
5.2 course work 2 to assess complex flow.
5.3 course work 3. to assess airfoil section.
5.4 course work 4. to assess boundary theory.

Assessment schedule
Assessment 1 course work 1 Week (2).
Assessment 2 course work 2 week (2).
Assessment 3 course work 3 Week (2).
Assessment 4 course work 4 Week (2).

Weighting of assessments
Mid-term examination 10 %
Final-term examination 60 %
Oral examination. 10 %
Practical examination 5 %
Semester work 10 %
Other types of assessment 5 %
Total 100%
Any formative only assessments

6- List of references
6.1- Course notes
………Handout of the teacher's papers related to the course specifications
6.2- Essential books (text books)
- Airfoil Theory
- Practical of ship hydrodynamics
- computational fluid dynamics

## 6.3- Recommended books

- Boundary layers
- Mechanical fluid dynamics
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6.4- Periodicals, Web sites, etc
- Fluid mechanics
- Applied fluid dynamics.
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7- Facilities required for teaching and learning
- white board
- computer Labs
- work shops
- library (reading and handout papers)

Date: 7 /1 /2008