Course syllabus
CoursePM
MTF053 Fluid mechanics lp1 HT24 (7.5 hp)
Course is offered by the department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences
The course is given in English.
Content
 Contact details
 Course purpose
 Course literature
 Course design
 Learning objectives
 Examination
 Schedule
week 1 week 2 week 3 week 4 week 5 week 6 week 7 week 8
1. Contact details
Examiner
 Niklas Andersson
 Examiner/Lecturer/Adm
 niklas.andersson@chalmers.se
Teaching Assistants
 Mehdi Habibniarami
 Tutorials
 mehdi.habibniarami@chalmers.se
 Mehmet Özgunoglu
 Tutorials/Computer assignments/Consultation
 omehmet@chalmers.se
 Michail Vourakis
 Computer assignments/Handson lab
 michail.vourakis@chalmers.se
 Patricia Vanky
 Tutorials/Computer assignments/Consultation
 patricia.vanky@chalmers.se
 Thisal Mandula Sugathapala
 Computer assignments/Handson lab
 thisal@chalmers.se
2. Course purpose
Gas and liquid flows are encountered in numerous engineering application and in many cases fluid mechanics plays a central role for the functionality. In fact, modern society with its dependence on fast ground and air transportation as well as reliable electricity generation would not function without fluid flow. The main objectives of the course are to convey to the students an overview of and familiarity with the field of fluid mechanics and the importance of this topic in the context of common engineering applications. This means that the student should acquire a general knowledge of the basic flow equations and how they are related to fundamental conservation principles and thermodynamic laws and relations. A general knowledge of, and some experience with, flow simulation software (Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) codes) should also be obtained after this course. The course makes a foundation for fluid related courses in, for example, the Applied Mechanics Master's programme, the Sustainable Energy Systems Master's programme, and the Mobility Engineering Master's programme.
3. Course literature
The course follows the book Fluid Mechanics by F. M. White, which is a classic book in the field that is used for similar courses world wide.
 Fluid Mechanics
 Frank M. White
 9:th edition
 McGrawHill
 ISBN: 9781260575545
 the 9:th edition is available at Chalmers Store. If you have an older version of the book that will work just fine.
 Summaries of each of the chapters included in the course along with quizzes can be found here:
 Summaries and quizzes
Additional Documents
Document 
Description 
Formulas, tables, and graphs 
Document including all formulas, graphs and tables that you need for solving the problems in the course. A copy of this document will be provided with the exam. 
Study guide 
The study guide provides reading instructions for the course text book (Fluid Mechanics by F. M. White) there are also a set of theory questions and a list of recommended problems for all chapters of the text book included in the course. Theory questions on the exam will be inspired by the theory questions provided in the study guide (might appear as is or in slightly modified form). 
Recommended problems 
A document with fluid mechanics problems where you can find the problems that will be solved at the exercise sessions and the problems recommended in the study guide. 
Dimensional analysis and similarity 
supplementary course material for chapter 5 
Equations for boundarylayer flows 
supplementary course material for chapter 7 
Turbulence 
supplementary course material for chapters 6 and 7 
Lab PM 
Instructions for the handson lab: Flow around immersed bodies 
CA1 
Instructions for computer assignment 1 (CA1): Numerical analysis of fullydeveloped channel flow 
CA2 
Instructions for computer assignment 2 (CA2): Numerical analysis of boundarylayer flows 
Lecture Notes
Suggested solutions to problems solved in class and and recommended home problems
Document 
Description 
Suggested solutions 1 
Chapter 1  Introduction 
Suggested solutions 2 
Chapter 2  Pressure in a Fluid 
Suggested solutions 3 
Chapter 3  Integral Relations 
Suggested solutions 4 
Chapter 4  Differential Relations 
Suggested solutions 5 
Chapter 5  Dimensional Analysis and Similarity 
Suggested solutions 6 
Chapter 6  Viscous Flow in Ducts 
Suggested solutions 7 
Chapter 7  Flow Past Immersed Bodies 
Suggested solutions 9 
Chapter 9  Compressible Flow 
4. Course design
In the course there are in total 22 lectures (plus two guest lectures) and 17 sessions with exercises. There is one compulsory handson fluid mechanics lab (Flow around immersed bodies) and two compulsory computer assignments; CA1 Numerical analysis of fullydeveloped channel flow and CA2 Numerical simulation of boundary layer flows.
The handson lab and the two assignments are done in groups of max four students (the same groups are used for all three compulsory course elements). You need to assign to one of the lab groups in Canvas. The results for both the computer assignments should be handed in. The results should also be presented group wise to the responsible assistant during the last two weeks of the course. You will be contacted by the assistant responsible for your group presentation to set up a meeting.
Handson Fluid Flow Lab  Flow Around Immersed Bodies
The lab will be done in the wind tunnel laboratory (entrance floor of the Mbuilding). To the right of Kurslab, opposite to the group room M1162C. The door to the laboratory is locked, the responsible course assistant will let you in. You'll find a separate schedule for the lab below.
Read through the instructions before the lab
Date  Time  Group Numbers  
Course Week 4  
240923  08:00  12:00  1, 2, 3  
240923  13:00  17:00  4, 5, 6  
240924  08:00  12:00  48, 49, 50  
240925  13:00  17:00  7, 8, 9  
240926  08:00  12:00  51, 52, 53  
240927  13:00  17:00  10, 11, 12  
Course Week 5  
240930  08:00  12:00  13, 14, 15  
240930  13:00  17:00  46, 47  
241002  13:00  17:00  16, 17, 18  
241004  13:00  17:00  19, 20, 21  
Course Week 6  
241007  08:00  12:00  22, 23, 24  
241007  13:00  17:00  25, 26, 27  
241010  13:00  17:00  28, 29, 30  
241010  08:00  12:00  31, 32, 33  
Course Week 7  
241014  13:00  17:00  34, 35, 36  
241016  13:00  17:00  37, 38, 39  
241018  13:00  17:00  40, 41, 42  
Course Week 8  
241021  13:00  17:00  43, 44, 45 
Computer Assignment 1 (CA1)  Numerical analysis of fullydeveloped channel flow
In this exercise, you will study a fully developed channel flow (flow between two parallel plates) numerically. You will start with a laminar flow as that problem can be solved analytically and thus it is possible to make a comparison and get a feeling for the accuracy of the numerical method. In the second part of the assignment, you will analyze a turbulent flow numerically and compare your results to provided measured data. The numerical part will be done using Python.
Computer Assignment 2 (CA2)  Numerical simulation of boundarylayer flows
In this assignment you will use a commercial Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software called StarCCM^{+}. Two different simulations will be done. The first involves flow over a flat plate and you will extract data from the CFD simulation to compare with the analytical/empirical formulations for laminar and turbulent boundary layers. In the second task you will simulate the flow over a cylinder and compare the simulated flow field with data from an experiment.
For this second computer assignment, computer rooms are allocated according to the schedule below. You are not obliged to be there; it is possible to do the assignments on your own computers if you have access to the resources required. However, teaching assistants will provide supervision for those who attend these sessions.
Date  Time  Location  Group Numbers 
241007  08:00  12:00  ED3354*  28  36 
241007  13:00  17:00  FT4011**  37  45 
241008  08:00  12:00  FT7204**  10  18 
241008  08:00  12:00  D&IT2505*  46  53 
241009  13:00  17:00  F7152A**  1  4 
241009  13:00  17:00  F7152B**  5  9 
241010  08:00  12:00  FT4011**  19  27 
*computer rooms ED3354 and D&IT2505 are located in the EDIT building
**computer rooms FT4011, FT7204, F7152A, and F7152B are located in the Fbuilding
5. Learning objectives
This basic course in fluid mechanics will give you knowledge about fluid flows and related engineering methods such that you will be able to:
 conduct industrial development work in the area of fluid mechanics
 apply control volume formulations, differential formulations and similarity laws
 account for basic phenomena and methods for treating turbulent flows and compressible flows
After the completing the course, you should be able to:

 Explain the difference between a fluid and a solid in terms of forces and deformation
 Understand and be able to explain the concept of viscosity
 Define the Reynolds number for different flows
 Be able to categorize a flow and have knowledge about how to select applicable methods for the analysis of a specific flow based on category
 Explain the difference between Lagrangian and Eulerian frame of reference and know when to use which approach
 Explain what a boundary layer is and when/where/why it appears
 Explain the concepts: streamline, pathline and streakline
 Understand and be able to explain the concept shear stress
 Explain how to do a force balance for fluid element (forces and pressure gradients)
 Understand and explain buoyancy and cavitation
 Solve problems involving hydrostatic pressure and buoyancy
 Define Reynolds transport theorem using the concepts control volume and system
 Derive the control volume formulation of the continuity, momentum, and energy equations using Reynolds transport theorem and solving problems using those relations
 Derive the continuity, momentum and energy equations on differential form
 Derive and use the Bernoulli equation (using the relation includes having knowledge about its limitations)
 Understand and explain the concept Newtonian fluid
 Explain how to use nondimensional numbers and the PItheorem
 Explain losses appearing in pipe flows
 Explain the difference between laminar and turbulent pipe flow
 Solve pipe flow problems using Moody charts
 Explain how the flat plate boundary layer is developed (transition from laminar to turbulent flow)
 Explain and use the Blasius equation
 Define the Reynolds number for a flat plate boundary layer
 Describe what is characteristic for a turbulent flow
 Explain Reynolds decomposition and derive the RANS equations
 Understand and explain the Boussinesq assumption and turbulent viscosity
 Explain the difference between the regions in a boundary layer and what is characteristic for each of the regions (viscous sub layer, buffer region, log region)
 Use von Karmans integral relation
 Explain flow separation (for example separated cylinder flow)
 Explain how to delay or avoid separation
 Derive the boundary layer formulation of the NavierStokes equations
 Understand and explain the concepts displacement thickness and momentum thickness
 Understand, explain and use the concepts drag, friction drag, pressure drag, and lift
 Understand and explain how the shape and surface roughness of an object affects drag
 Measure forces on an object in a flow
 Define and explain vorticity
 Understand and explain basic concepts of compressible flows (the gas law, speed of sound, Mach number, isentropic flow with changing area, normal shocks, oblique shocks, PrandtlMeyer expansion)
 Do a fluid flow simulation for as simple flow case using commercial Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software
Link to the syllabus on Studieportalen.
6. Examination
Of the total 7.5 ects, 4.5 ects are awarded if passing a written exam, 1.5 ects for the handson lab, and 1.5 ects for the two computer assignments (CA1 and CA2). The three parts are reported separately in Ladok. Note: all three course elements must be approved and reported in Ladok to get a course grade.
The exam will take place 20241101 (last day to sign up for the exam in Ladok is 20241013). The exam will consist of 6 problems each of which may give 10 points, i.e. in total 60 points. Each problem will consist of several tasks of which some will be theory questions inspired by the theory questions provided in the study guide document (MTF053_StudyGuide.pdf). A collection of formulas and useful tables and graphs (MTF053_FormulasTablesandGraphs.pdf) will be handed out with the exam. A tip is to use formulacollection document before the exam so that you get familiar with it. You may also use the mathematics handbook beta (or similar), physics handbook, and your favorite calculator as long as it doesn't have an internet connection and the memory must be cleared.
An oldexam archive can be found here
Grades for the course will be given as follows (P is the number of points on the exam):
Grade  Range of points 
Fail  P < 24 
3  24 <= P < 36 
4  36 <= P < 48 
5  48 <= P 
7. Schedule
Link to course schedule in TimeEdit:
Detailed schedule:
 Lecture L01  Niklas Andersson
 20240903 (Tuesday) 13:15  15:00 (HB4)
 Chapter 1  Introduction
 The concept of a fluid
 lecture notes
 chapter 1 summary, quiz, and movies
 Lecture L02  Niklas Andersson
 20240904 (Wednesday) 08:00  09:45 (HB2)
 Chapter 1 Introduction
 Fluid flow and viscosity
 lecture notes
 chapter 1 summary, quiz, and movies
 Exercise E01  Mehdi Habibniarami, Mehmet Özgunoglu, Patricia Vanky
 20240904 (Wednesday) 10:00  11:45 (EL41, EL42, ES51)
 Chapter 1  Introduction
 Problems solved in class: P1.1, P1.2, P1.3, P1.4
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 1)
 chapter 1 summary, quiz, and movies
 Lecture L03  Niklas Andersson
 20240906 (Friday) 08:00  09:45 (HB1)
 Chapter 2  Pressure in a Fluid
 Hydrostatic pressure distribution and buoyancy
 lecture notes
 chapter 2 summary, quiz, and movies
 Exercise E02  Mehdi Habibniarami, Mehmet Özgunoglu, Patricia Vanky
 20240906 (Friday) 10:00  11:45 (ES51, ES53, KS1)
 Chapter 2  Pressure in a Fluid
 Problems solved in class: P2.1, P2.2, P2.3, P2.4
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 2)
 chapter 2 summary, quiz, and movies
 Lecture L04  Niklas Andersson
 20240910 (Tuesday) 13:15  15:00 (HB4)
 Chapter 3  Integral Relations
 Reynolds transport theorem
 lecture notes
 chapter 3 summary, quiz, and movies
Related movies:
 Exercise E03  Mehdi Habibniarami, Patricia Vanky, Mehmet Özgunoglu
 20240910 (Tuesday) 15:15  17:00 (EL41, EL42, EL43)
 Chapter 3  Integral Relations
 Problems solved in class: P3.1, P3.2, P3.3, P3.4
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 3)
 chapter 3 summary, quiz, and movies
 Lecture L05  Niklas Andersson
 20240911 (Wednesday) 08:00  09:45 (HB2)
 Chapter 3 Integral Relations
 Conservation of momentum and the Bernoulli equation
 lecture notes
 chapter 3 summary, quiz, and movies
Related movies:
 Exercise E04  Mehdi Habibniarami, Patricia Vanky, Mehmet Özgunoglu
 20240911 (Wednesday) 10:00  11:45 (EL41, EL42, ES51)
 Chapter 3  Integral Relations
 Problems solved in class: P3.12, P3.13, P3.17
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 3)
 chapter 3 summary, quiz, and movies
 Lecture L06  Niklas Andersson
 20240913 (Friday) 08:00  09:45 (Vasa A)
 Chapter 3  Integral Relations
 The energy equation
 lecture notes
 chapter 3 summary, quiz, and movies
Related movies:
 Exercise E05  Mehdi Habibniarami, Patricia Vanky, Mehmet Özgunoglu
 20240913 (Friday) 10:00  11:45 (EL41, EL42, ES51)
 Chapter 3  Integral Relations
 Problems solved in class: P3.21, P3.23, P3.24
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 3)
 chapter 3 summary, quiz, and movies
 Consultation C01  Mehmet Özgunoglu, Patricia Vanky
 20240913 (Friday) 13:15  15:00 (EL41)
 Lecture L07  Niklas Andersson
 20240917 (Tuesday) 13:15  15:00 (HB4)
 Chapter 4  Differential Relations
 Continuity and NavierStokes equations
 lecture notes
 chapter 4 summary, quiz, and movies
 Exercise E06  Mehdi Habibniarami, Patricia Vanky, Mehmet Özgunoglu
 20240917 (Tuesday) 15:15  17:00 (EL41, EL42, EL43)
 Chapter 4  Differential Relations
 Problems solved in class: P4.1, P4.6, P4.7
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 4)
 chapter 4 summary, quiz, and movies
 Lecture L08  Niklas Andersson
 20240918 (Wednesday) 08:00  09:45 (HB2)
 Chapter 4  Differential Relations
 The energy equation, rotation, and vorticity
 lecture notes
 chapter 4 summary, quiz, and movies
Related movies:
 Consultation C02  Mehmet Özgunoglu, Patricia Vanky
 20240918 (Wednesday) 10:00  11:45 (EL41, EL42)
 Lecture L09  Niklas Andersson
 20240920 (Friday) 08:00  09:45 (Vasa A)
 Chapter 5  Dimensional Analysis and Similarity
 The PItheorem and nondimensional numbers
 lecture notes
 chapter 5 summary, quiz, and movies
Related movies:
 Exercise E07  Mehdi Habibniarami, Patricia Vanky, Mehmet Özgunoglu
 20240920 (Friday) 10:00  11:45 (EL41, EL42, ES51)
 Chapter 4  Differential Relations
 Problems solved in class: P4.11, P4.13
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 4)
 chapter 4 summary, quiz, and movies
 Lecture L10  Niklas Andersson
 20240924 (Tuesday) 13:15  15:00 (HB4)
 Chapter 6  Viscous Flow in Ducts
 Laminar pipe flow
 lecture notes
 chapter 6 summary, quiz, and movies
 Exercise E08  Mehdi Habibniarami, Patricia Vanky, Mehmet Özgunoglu
 20240924 (Tuesday) 15:15  17:00 (EL41, EL42, EL43)
 Chapter 5  Dimensional Analysis and Similarity
 Problems solved in class: P5.1, P5.2, P5.4
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 5)
 chapter 5 summary, quiz, and movies
 Lecture L11  Niklas Andersson
 20240925 (Wednesday) 08:00  09:45 (HC4)
 Chapter 6  Viscous Flow in Ducts
 Reynolds decomposition
 lecture notes
 chapter 6 summary, quiz, and movies
Related movies:
 Guest Lecture GL01
 20240925 (Wednesday) 10:00  11:45 (HC4)
 Fluid mechanics in engineering
 10:00  10:15 Asuka Gabriele Pietroniro  Volvo Cars
 10:15  10:30 Fredrik Carlsson  Siemens
 10:30  10:45 Magnus Carlsson  SAAB Aeronautics
 10:45  11:00 break
 11:00  11:15 Burak Korkmaz  RISE
 11:15  11:30 Andreas Mark  Fraunhofer
 11:30  11:45 Sudharsan Vasudevan  Volvo Technology
 Lecture L12  Niklas Andersson
 20240927 (Friday) 08:00  09:45 (Vasa A)
 Chapter 6  Viscous Flow in Ducts
 Turbulent boundary layers
 lecture notes
 chapter 6 summary, quiz, and movies
Related movies:
 Exercise E09  Mehdi Habibniarami, Patricia Vanky, Mehmet Özgunoglu
 20240927 (Friday) 10:00  11:45 (EL41, EL42, ES51)
 Chapter 6  Viscous Flow in Ducts
 Problems solved in class: P6.5, P6.10, P6.11
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 6)
 chapter 6 summary, quiz, and movies
 Consultation C03  Mehmet Özgunoglu, Patricia Vanky
 20240927 (Friday) 13:15  15:00 (EL41)
 Lecture L13  Niklas Andersson
 20241001 (Tuesday) 13:15  15:00 (HB4)
 Chapter 6  Viscous Flow in Ducts
 Turbulent pipe flow
 lecture notes
 chapter 6 summary, quiz, and movies
Related movies:
 Exercise E10  Mehdi Habibniarami, Patricia Vanky, Mehmet Özgunoglu
 20241001 (Tuesday) 15:15  17:00 (EL41, EL42, EL43)
 Chapter 6  Viscous Flow in Ducts
 Problems solved in class: P6.13, P6.14, P6.16
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 6)
 chapter 6 summary, quiz, and movies
 Lecture L14  Niklas Andersson
 20241002 (Wednesday) 08:00  09:45 (HB2)
 Chapter 7  Flow Past Immersed Bodies
 The boundarylayer equations
 lecture notes
 chapter 7 summary, quiz, and movies
 Consultation C04  Mehmet Özgunoglu, Patricia Vanky
 20241002 (Wednesday) 10:00  11:45 (EL41, EL42)
 Lecture L15  Niklas Andersson
 20241004 (Friday) 08:00  09:45 (HB1)
 Chapter 7  Flow Past Immersed Bodies
 Integral estimates for external boundary layers
 lecture notes
 chapter 7 summary, quiz, and movies
Related movies:
 Exercise E11  Mehdi Habibniarami, Patricia Vanky, Mehmet Özgunoglu
 20241004 (Friday) 10:00  11:45 (EL41, EL42, ES51)
 Chapter 7  Flow Past Immersed Bodies
 Problems solved in class: P7.2, P7.4, P7.6
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 7)
 chapter 7 summary, quiz, and movies
 Lecture L16  Niklas Andersson
 20241008 (Tuesday) 13:15  15:00 (HB4)
 Chapter 7  Flow Past Immersed Bodies
 Boundary layer relations for laminar and turbulent flow
 lecture notes
 chapter 7 summary, quiz, and movies
Related movies:
 Exercise E12  Mehdi Habibniarami, Patricia Vanky, Mehmet Özgunoglu
 20241008 (Tuesday) 15:15  17:00 (EL41, EL42, EL43)
 Chapter 7  Flow Past Immersed Bodies
 Problems solved in class: P7.10, P7.11
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 7)
 chapter 7 summary, quiz, and movies
 Lecture L17  Niklas Andersson
 20241009 (Wednesday) 08:00  09:45 (HB2)
 Chapter 7  Flow Past Immersed Bodies
 Separation, drag, and lift
 lecture notes
 chapter 7 summary, quiz, and movies
 Exercise E13  Mehdi Habibniarami, Patricia Vanky, Mehmet Özgunoglu
 20241009 (Wednesday) 10:00  11:45 (EL41, EL42, ES51)
 Chapter 7  Flow Past Immersed Bodies
 Problems solved in class: P7.14, P7.17, P7.21
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 7)
 chapter 7 summary, quiz, and movies
 Lecture L18  Niklas Andersson
 20241015 (Tuesday) 13:15  15:00 (HB4)
 Chapter 9  Compressible Flow
 Speed of sound and isentropic flow
 lecture notes
 chapter 9 summary, quiz, and movies
 Exercise E14  Mehdi Habibniarami, Patricia Vanky, Mehmet Özgunoglu
 20241015 (Tuesday) 15:15  17:00 (EL41, EL42, EL43)
 Chapter 9  Compressible Flow
 Problems solved in class: P9.2, P9.4
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 9)
 chapter 9 summary, quiz, and movies
 Lecture L19  Niklas Andersson
 20241016 (Wednesday) 08:00  09:45 (HB2)
 Chapter 9  Compressible Flow
 Normal shocks
 lecture notes
 chapter 9 summary, quiz, and movies
 Consultation C05  Mehmet Özgunoglu, Patricia Vanky
 20241016 (Wednesday) 10:00  11:45 (EL41)
 Lecture L20  Niklas Andersson
 20241018 (Friday) 08:00  09:45 (SBH8)
 Chapter 9  Compressible Flow
 The convergentdivergent nozzle
 lecture notes
 chapter 9 summary, quiz, and movies
 Exercise E15  Mehdi Habibniarami, Patricia Vanky, Mehmet Özgunoglu
 20241018 (Friday) 10:00  11:45 (EL41, EL42, ES51)
 Chapter 9  Compressible Flow
 Problems solved in class: P9.7, P9.9
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 9)
 chapter 9 summary, quiz, and movies
 Lecture L21  Niklas Andersson
 20241022 (Tuesday) 13:15  15:00 (HB4)
 Chapter 9  Compressible Flow
 Oblique shocks
 lecture notes
 chapter 9 summary, quiz, and movies
 Exercise E16  Mehdi Habibniarami, Patricia Vanky, Mehmet Özgunoglu
 20241022 (Tuesday) 15:15  17:00 (EL41, EL42, EL43)
 Chapter 9  Compressible Flow
 Problems solved in class: P9.15, P9.17, P9.20
 introduction slides
 MTF053_Recommended_Problems.pdf
 suggested solutions (chapter 9)
 chapter 9 summary, quiz, and movies
 Lecture L22  Niklas Andersson
 20241023 (Wednesday) 08:00  08:45 (HB2)
 Chapter 9  Compressible Flow
 Expansion waves
 lecture notes
 chapter 9 summary, quiz, and movies
 Guest Lecture GL02  Carlos Xisto
 20241023 (Wednesday) 09:00  09:45 (HB2)
 Information about fluid mechanics courses and related programs at Chalmers
 Exercise E17  Mehdi Habibniarami, Patricia Vanky, Mehmet Özgunoglu
 20241023 (Wednesday) 10:00  11:45 (EL41, EL42, ES51)
 Old exam problems
 introduction slides
Course summary:
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