Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Power Notes VSSUT | FMFP Notes VSSUT


Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Power Notes VSSUT – FMFP Notes VSSUT of Total Complete Notes

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Module – 1


One, two and three dimensional flows, Non-Newtonian Fluids

Causes of Viscosity, Fluid as a continuum, Velocity field, One,

two and three dimensional flows , Stress Field, Viscosity, Newtonian Fluids,

 Non-Newtonian Fluids, Causes of Viscosity, Vapor Pressure,

Surface Tension, Analysis Techniques, Flow patterns,

Link: Module – 1

Module – 2


Pressure variation in a static fluid, Multi Fluid Manometer

Inclined Tube manometer, The basic equations of fluid statics :

Hydrostatic Force on the plane surface which is inclined at an angle ‘’ to horizontal free surface

Concept of pressure prism, Hydrostatic Force on a curved submerged surface: Fluids in Rigid-Body Motion

Theoritical Determination of Metacentric Height:

Link: Module – 2

Module – 3


Conservation of mass/continuity equation, MOMENTUM EQUATION

Stream function for two dimensional incompressible flow

Differential analysis of fluid motion, Mass fluxes, MOMENTUM EQUATION

MOMENTUM EQUATION, Stream function for two dimensional incompressible flow,

Stream Function flow in a corner, INCOMPRESSIBLE INVISCID FLOW,

Momentum equation for frictionless flow: Euler’s equations,

 Euler’s equations in streamline co-ordinates

Link: Module – 3

Module – 4

Hydraulic Machines-Turbines

According to the type of energy at inlet, Specific speed and wheel geometry

Analysis of force on the bucket and power generation, Govering of Pelton Turbine

Limitation of a Pelton Turbine, Reaction Turbine Francis Turbine, Guide or Stay vane,

 Draft tube, Runner of the Francis Turbine, KAPLAN TURBINE,

Cavitation in reaction turbines

Performance Characteristics of Reaction Turbine,

Comparison of Specific Speeds of Hydraulic Turbines

Link: Module – 4

Module – 5


Centrifugal Pumps, Slip Factor, Losses in a Centrifugal Pump

General Pumping System and the Net Head Developed by a Pump

Link: Module – 5

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