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Division of Fluid mechanics
Fluid mechanics is a study of the properties, behavior, stresses and motions of materials in the liquid and gaseous states.
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- Continuum mechanics - Peruse this marvelous course!!
- Fluid mechanics for MAP - This course is given within the Master Degree Program in Advanced Materials and Processes (MAP) at FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg
- Microfluid mechanics
- Aerodynamics - This is an attempt to establish a graduate level Aerodynamics course.
- Fluid Mechanics for Mechanical Engineers - This material is prepared for the Mechanical Engineering students of Ozyegin University
Division fully remodeled on December 30, 2007!!!
"At each stage I reach a balance, a conclusion. At the next sitting, if I find that there is a weakness in the whole, I make my way back into the picture by means of the weakness (I re-enter through the breach) and I reconceive the whole. Thus everything becomes fluid again."
— Henri Matisse, quoted by Tériade in "Minotaure"
- EEN-U3-1000 Wave Energy Generation Learning Project
- EEN-U4-3100 Vessel Design Learning Project
- EEN-U4-3200 Tidal Control Learning Project
- EEN-U4-3300 Battle Damage Learning Project
- EEN-U4-3400 Benthic Mining Learning Project
- EEN-U4-3500 Artic Habitat Learning Project
Content development projects
- Topic:Computational fluid dynamics is in dire need of an instructor!
- Rheology is a lost art form that needs resurrection.
None Yet. Future Projects could be:
- Meteorological Evaluation of Jet-Stream Fluctuations due to Climate Change
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