Content, progress and pedagogy of the
Students who complete the module:
- Must have knowledge about fluid kinematics
- Must have knowledge about stresses in fluids, equation of
motion, constitutive models and Navier-Stokes equations
- Must have knowledge about ideal fluids and potential flows,
including application of potential theory to simple problems.
- Must have knowledge and understanding of Reynolds averaging and
- Must be able to describe turbulent and laminar boundary layers
including understanding of momentum equation for boundary
- Must have knowledge about numerical methods in fluid
- Must have knowledge about the finite volume method of
computational fluid dynamics.
- Must have knowledge about mesh types and boundary
- Must be able to describe assumptions and limitations of
mathematical models for different types of flows
- Must be able to apply appropriate analytical, semi-empirical
and numerical methods for mathematical description of fluid dynamic
- Must be able to evaluate results from such methods
- Must be able to apply proper terminology in oral, written and
graphical communication and documentation within fluid
- Must be able to apply the topic of the module in
Type of instruction
Lectures, etc. supplemented with project work, workshops,
presentation seminars, lab tests.
Extent and expected workload
Since it is a 5 ECTS project module, the workload is expected to
be 150 hours for the student.