Fluid Mechanics and Machinery for BE Anna University R21CBCS (III- MECH - CE3391)

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Syllabus Fluid Mechanics and Machinery [CE3391] Unit I : Fluid Properties and Flow Characteristics Properties of fluids – Fluid statics - Pressure Measurements - Buoyancy and floatation - Flow characteristics - Eulerian and Lagrangian approach - Concept of control volume and system - Reynold’s transportation theorem - Continuity equation, energy equation and momentum equation - Applications. (Chapters - 1, 2) Unit II : Flow Through Pipes and Boundary Layer Reynold’s Experiment - Laminar flow through circular conduits - Darcy Weisbach equation - friction factor - Moody diagram - Major and minor losses - Hydraulic and energy gradient lines - Pipes in series and parallel - Boundary layer concepts - Types of boundary layer thickness. (Chapters - 3, 4, 5) Unit III : Dimensional Analysis and Model Studies Fundamental dimensions - Dimensional homogeneity - Rayleigh’s method and Buckingham Pi theorem - Dimensionless parameters - Similitude and model studies - Distorted and undistorted models. (Chapter - 6) Unit IV : Turbines Impact of jets - Velocity triangles - Theory of rotodynamic machines - Classification of turbines - Working principles - Pelton wheel - Modern Francis turbine - Kaplan turbine - Work done - Efficiencies - Draft tube - Specific speed - Performance curves for turbines - Governing of turbines. (Chapters - 7, 8, 9) UNIT V : Pumps Classification of pumps - Centrifugal pumps - Working principle - Heads and efficiencies– Velocity triangles - Work done by the impeller - Performance curves - Reciprocating pump working principle - Indicator diagram and it’s variations - Work saved by fitting air vessels - Rotary pumps. (Chapters - 10, 11)

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Pages: 560 Edition: 2022 Vendors: Technical Publications