Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV) B.Tech Fluid Mechanics-I Notes PDFs for Civil Engineering (CE)
The study of fluids, including both liquids and gases, and their behaviour under various conditions is known as fluid mechanics. The introductory course, Fluid Mechanics-I, lays the groundwork for understanding the principles governing fluid flow, pressure, and forces. It is an important subject for B.Tech engineering students because it serves as the foundation for further specialisation in fields such as aerospace, civil, mechanical, and chemical engineering.
Importance of Fluid Mechanics-I
Fluid Mechanics-I is the foundation of an engineering education. It prepares students for more specialised studies and real-world applications by providing them with problem-solving skills and a thorough understanding of fluid behaviour.
1. Fluid Mechanics Fundamentals: Understand the fundamental concepts and importance of fluid mechanics in engineering applications.
2. Fluid Properties: Investigate fluid properties such as density, viscosity, and specific weight, as well as their role in fluid behaviour.
3. Pressure and Buoyancy: Understand pressure distribution in fluids as well as buoyancy principles and Archimedes’ principle.
4. Fluid Statics: Understand fluid forces on immersed bodies, as well as how to calculate hydrostatic forces and predict fluid stability.
5. Fluid Dynamics: Investigate fluid motion, analyse flow patterns, and distinguish between steady and unsteady flows.
6. Conservation Laws: Understand the conservation laws for mass, energy, and momentum, as well as their applications.
7. Bernoulli’s Equation: Use Bernoulli’s equation to investigate fluid flow along a straight line and its implications for energy conservation.
RGPV B.Tech Civil Engineering (CE) Fluid Mechanics-I (CE501) Notes
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