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ourse Syllabus - Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Engineering

Instructor:

Ed Maurer (click for web site)


emaurer@scu.edu

Class Meeting Time and Office Hours:

T Th 8:30 -10:10, Engineering Center 602


Office Hours: Mon, Thurs 4:00-5:30 pm, or at other times by appointment, Room EC
237.

Text Books:

1. Required: Hydrology and Hydraulic Systems, Fourth Edition, Gupta, ISBN


978-1-4786-3091-3 , 2017. Note: This text will also be used in CENG 140,
CENG 139, and CENG 142.
2. Required: Fluid Mechanics Demystified, Potter, ISBN: 978-0071626811.
2009.
3. Recommended: An engineering fluid mechanics textbook. These are well-
respected reference books:
o Fluid Mechanics with Engineering Applications, Tenth edition, E.J.
Finnemore. and J. B. Franzini, 2002, McGraw-Hill, ISBN 978-
0072432022 (an excellent reference with an emphasis on civil
engineering applications)
o Fluid Mechanics, Seventh Edition, F.M. White, 2010, McGraw-Hill,
ISBN 978-0077422417.

Course Description:

Fundamentals of fluid behavior with an emphasis on water. Covers basic fluid


properties, flow classification, and fluid statics including forces on submerged
surfaces. Introduces and applies fundamental relationships: conservations of mass,
momentum, and energy. Hydraulic applications include flow in pipes and pipe
netwroks, steady flow in open channels, and hydraulic machinery. Co-requisite:
CENG 141L.

Course Goals:
One of the goals for this class is to foster the skills needed to be self taught learners.
Not all of the information that you need to know will be presented in lecture. I will
presume that you are acquiring some through your own reading and study. In addition,
you will be encouraged to refine your professional style of solving problems and
presenting solutions in excellent written form. Part of the homework will be dedicated
to solving problems in a clear and complete professional style.

Prerequisites:

PHYS 31, CENG 41

Grading and other class policies:

Please see the class policies and miscellaneous notes page (under the "Misc." tab) for
formal class policies, requirements for homework format, etc. Following these
guidelines is essential to receiving full credit on assignments. The grading structure
for this class is (it may be adjusted during the first half of the course):

Homeworks, quizzes and class participation: 15%


Midterm Exams (2) and quizzes 50%
Final Exam 35%