Introduction to Fluid Mechanics (WEBINAR)

Course Number: M-4038WN
Credit: 4 PDH
Subject Matter Expert: Raymond M. Burynski, Jr.
Scheduled: Tuesday, November, 20, 2018, 11:00am - 3:10pm ET (10am CT, 9am MT, 8am PT)
Type: Live Interactive Webinar
Price: $239.90
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In Introduction to Fluid Mechanics , you'll learn ...

  • The basic concepts of fluid mechanics
  • Engineering calculations for stationary and moving fluids
  • Real world applications of these principles

Overview

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Mankind’s use of fluid mechanics dates back to prehistoric times. Early designs of ships and projectiles acknowledges the influence of fluid forces.

In these modern times, exploitation of fluid mechanics has led to some of engineering’s most enduring successes. But, lack of understanding can lead to failure.

Fluids are literally all around us. Golf balls, hydraulic systems, and even bridges are affected by and utilize fluid-related phenomena. In this webinar, we’ll present the underlying principles of fluid behavior. We’ll explain how fluids work, and how engineers utilize fluid behavior in their designs. Various physical effects will be explored. The theory will be presented, along with several real-world examples.

The webinar begins with a short definition of fluid, then moves to basic topics of pressure measurement, hydrostatic pressure, and pressure at depth. Discussion moves forward to submerged surfaces, classification of fluid flows, viscosity, and many more practical areas that you’ll find both interesting and useful in your practice.

Whether you need an introduction or just a refresher in fluid mechanics, this webinar will be of value to you.

Specific Knowledge or Skill Obtained

This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Difference between Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids
  • Characteristics of laminar and turbulent flows
  • Application of control volumes for solving problems
  • Calculations involving static fluids
  • Use of Bernoulli’s equation
  • Estimation of drag coefficients
  • Types of flow measurement devices
  • Real world applications and how they vary from theory
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Webinars earn PDH credits for engineers in all states, unless otherwise stated in the literature for a specific webinar. For more details, check your state requirements.

ATTENTION NEW YORK, WISCONSIN AND IOWA ENGINEERS: Your states specifically require a certain number of "live" credit hours as a part of your PDH requirement. This webinar is provided by Decatur Professional Development, LLC and has been accepted by the New York State Board to fulfill this requirement. This webinars also meets the "live training" requirements of the Wisconsin and Iowa Boards.

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