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Course Unit Code | 338-0548/01 | |||||
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Number of ECTS Credits Allocated | 5 ECTS credits | |||||

Type of Course Unit * | Choice-compulsory | |||||

Level of Course Unit * | First Cycle, Second Cycle | |||||

Year of Study * | ||||||

Semester when the Course Unit is delivered | Winter Semester | |||||

Mode of Delivery | Face-to-face | |||||

Language of Instruction | English | |||||

Prerequisites and Co-Requisites | Course succeeds to compulsory courses of previous semester | |||||

Name of Lecturer(s) | Personal ID | Name | ||||

KOZ30 | prof. RNDr. Milada Kozubková, CSc. | |||||

BOJ01 | doc. Ing. Marian Bojko, Ph.D. | |||||

Summary | ||||||

The content of the course is to acquaint students with the theory of fluid flow in three-dimensional space and specify resolution of laminar and turbulent flow in terms of the physical nature of a mathematical description. There will be resolved foundations of the theory of stability. As part the application of the boundary layer theory to special cases of the flow in simplified geometries including practical examples. | ||||||

Learning Outcomes of the Course Unit | ||||||

Students completing the course will be able to:
• Specify laminar and turbulent flow, including mathematical models • Specify laminar and turbulent flow, including mathematical models • Solve problems flow (velocity profiles and pressure losses) in simplified geometries • Define the boundary layer at the wrap boards or other bodies • Identify areas of flow separation • Orient themselves in methods of dealing with turbulent flow | ||||||

Course Contents | ||||||

1. Introduction to fluid flow, applications
2. Hypothesis of the continuum, important physical properties of fluid, properties of atmosphere, dimensionless criteria, 3. Solution of partial differential equation, review of Navier-Stokes equation, vector notation, laminar flow, Couette flow, Poiseulle flow 4. Finite volume method – Fluent, 5. Boundary layer, Prandtl theory, laminar flow around plate, thickness, integral balance: 6. Von Karman equation - theory, separation, drag, lift 7. Introduction to turbulent flow, mean flow equation, turbulent flow around the plate 8. Turbulent models, turbulent flow around the bodies, airfoil 9. Time dependent flow, turbulent flow, wall function, around the cylinder, 10. Turbulent flow around the sphere, 11. Elementary notations of flow stability analysis, 12. Optimalization of drag a lift forces | ||||||

Recommended or Required Reading | ||||||

Required Reading: | ||||||

ANDERSON J. D. Jr. Fundamentals of Aerodynamics. McGraw-Hill Higher Education. 2001. 912p. ISBN 0-07-237335-0 | ||||||

ANDERSON J. D. Jr. Fundamentals of Aerodynamics. McGraw-Hill Higher Education. 2001. 912p. ISBN 0-07-237335-0 | ||||||

Recommended Reading: | ||||||

HOUGHTON E.L., CARPENTER, P. W. Aerodynamics for Engineering Students. Fifth Edition. Butterworth-Heinemann an imprint of Elsevier Science. 2003, 614 p., ISBN 0 7506 5111 3
INCROPERA, P. F., DEWITT, P. D., BERGMAN, L. T., LAVINE, S. A., Fundamentals of Heat and mass transfer. 997 s. ISBN 978-0-471-45728-2. | ||||||

HOUGHTON E.L., CARPENTER, P. W. Aerodynamics for Engineering Students. Fifth Edition. Butterworth-Heinemann an imprint of Elsevier Science. 2003, 614 p., ISBN 0 7506 5111 3
INCROPERA, P. F., DEWITT, P. D., BERGMAN, L. T., LAVINE, S. A., Fundamentals of Heat and mass transfer. 997 s. ISBN 978-0-471-45728-2. | ||||||

Planned learning activities and teaching methods | ||||||

Lectures, Tutorials | ||||||

Assesment methods and criteria | ||||||

Tasks are not Defined |