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Course Synopsis

This course builds on the fundamentals given in Fluid Mechanics and reinforces students’ understanding of the behaviour of fluids, through the study of the flow of water in typical civil engineering applications. The course covers the study of steady incompressible flow in pipelines and pipe networks, uniform and non uniform flow in open channels, dimensional analysis and similitude and hydraulics machinery.


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