Fluid Mechanics II - Advanced Fluid Mechanics
Time and Place
This is a second-half semester course.
1st Lecture 06.01.2022 as live event
1st Tutorial 12.01.2022 as live event
Due to the current situation all lectures will be pre-recorded and made available online over the ISIS portal. We further offer live Q&A sessions on a regular basis. For questions and feedback we can be reached either through the (greatly expanded) contact hours or per email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This information is also provided in the course overview on the TU-Homepage (course id 0531 L 210 and 0531 L 211):
Access to the course will be provided via sending the following information to the email link provided above: email@example.com
- Surname and given name
- Student number
- Course of study
- University of study
You will receive shortly thereafter an email with the login credentials for the ISIS course.
- Potential flows
- Vortex flows (Biot-Savart Law, Lifting-line Theory)
- Boundary layer flows (Prandtl Boundary Layer Equation, Blasius’ Theorem)
- Turbulent incompressible flows (Reynolds Equations, Universal Velocity Profile, Laminar-Turbulent Transistion)
- Flows in compressible media
4 SWS oder 2 STE or 6 LP