Hydraulic Engineering

3,000.00

 

Prof. Mohammad Saud Afzal

IIT Kharagpur

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Description

 

Hydraulic engineering, as a sub-discipline of civil engineering, is concerned with the flow and conveyance of fluids. This course consists of the topic like viscous fluid flow, laminar and turbulent flow, boundary layer analysis, dimensional analysis, open channel flows, flow through pipes, and computational fluid dynamics. The objective of this course is to introduce various hydraulic engineering problems like open channel flows and hydraulic machines. In addition this course is a compulsory part of AICTE Civil Engineering curricula

INTENDED AUDIENCE

Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Ocean Engineering

PREREQUISITES

Basic Fluid Mechanics

 

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

 

Dr. Mohammad Saud Afzal is an assistant professor in Department of Civil engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. He is an established researcher in the field of Hydraulics and water resources. His research area focuses on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Hydraulics of sediment transport, Coastal Engineering and machine learning and artificial intelligence in Hydraulics. He is an alumnus of IIT Kanpur, Tu- Delft and Norwegian university of science and Technology (NTNU). He is known for his numerical analysis technique in the field of hydraulics and sediment transport.

Additional information

Institute

IIT KGP

Total hours

30

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Course Details

Week 1 : Basics of Fluid Mechanics 1
Week 2 : Basics of Fluid Mechanics 2 
Week 3 : Laminar and Turbulent Fluid Flow 
Week 4 : Boundary Layer Analysis 
Week 5 : Dimensional Analysis and Hydraulic Similitude 
Week 6 : Introduction to Open Channel Flow and Uniform Flow 
Week 7 : Non-Uniform Flow and Hydraulic Jump 
Week 8 : Pipe flow 
Week 9 : Pipe Networks 
Week 10 : Viscous Fluid Flow 
Week 11 : Computational Fluid Dynamics 
Week 12 : Introduction to Wave Mechanics (Inviscid Flow)

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