Fluid Mechanics E-Learning course for student & industry professionals | Capability Development
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Course Fee : 13 USD

  • Course Duration : 10 Hours
  • Validity : 60 Days

This course includes certification from TATA STEEL


Fluid mechanics is involved with the mechanics of fluids like liquids, gases, and plasmas and the forces applied to them. It can be classified into static fluid and dynamic fluid. It is a branch of continuum mechanics. Fluid mechanics, particularly fluid dynamics, is an alive field for research, typically mathematically composite.

Course Objective


  • 1. Students will develop the fundamental knowledge of fluid, its various properties, and behavior under different conditions of internal and external flows.
  • 2. Students will develop an understanding of hydrostatic law, the principle of buoyancy and stability of a floating body, and the application of mass, momentum, and energy equation in fluid flow.
  • 3. Students will develop an understanding of the basic laws and equations used for the analysis of static and dynamic fluids.
  • 4. Students will develop an understanding of the importance of fluid flow measurement and its applications in Industries.
  • 5. Students will develop an understanding of the fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, which is used in the applications of Aerodynamics, Hydraulics, Marine Engineering, Gas dynamics, etc.

Course Curriculum

  • Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
  • Fluid Pressure and Its Measurement
  • Hydrostatic Forces on Surfaces
  • Buoyancy and Floatation
  • Introduction to Kinematics of Fluid Flow
  • Rate of Fluid Flow
  • Ideal Fluid Flow
  • Dynamics of Fluid Flow
  • Viscous Fluid Flow Through a Pipe
  • Energy Loss of a Fluid Flowing Through a Pipe
  • Fluid Flow Through Different Types of Pipes
  • Impact of a Jet on a Vertical, Inclined and Curved Plate
  • Impact of a Jet on a Series of Vanes and Hinged Plates
  • Introduction to Hydraulic Turbines
  • Introduction to Pumps

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