# MAS303 Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer for Engineers

## Course description for academic year 2020/2021

### Contents and structure

The objective of the course is to learn selected chapters of fluid mechanics and heat transfer, describing the phenomena most common for a number of industrial applications: energy technology, petroleum, chemical/farma/food/process technology and hydraulic engineering. The course provides understanding of basic mathematical models and their use in engineering.

Contents

• Fundamentals of fluid dynamics: Navier-Stokes equations, simplified solutions, Bernoulli's equation
• Fundamentals of thermal physics: heat transfer equation and its solutions
• Flow in channels of complex geometry: flow regimes, boundary layers and velocity profiles, pressure drop
• Fundamental of heat transfer: forced vs natural convection, radiation, conduction; empirical correlations
• Hydraulic machines: rhotodynamic vs positive displacement, theory, Euler equation, efficiency
• Introduction to hydraulic engineering
• Multiphase flows: classification, rheology, flow maps, fixed and fluidized beds
• Flows with phase change: boiling/cavitation, NPSH, melting/solidification
• Overview over numerical tools in fluid mechanics, turbulence models
• Instrumentation in fluid mechanics and heat transfer
• Examples of most typical technical solutions

### Learning Outcome

At the completion of the course, students should be able to accumulate following

Knowledge

• detailed aspects of fluid mechanics and heat transfer
• physical description of a typical process

Skills

• handling the fundamental mathematical models in fluid mechanics and heat transfer
• quantitative estimation of the main operating parameters (pressure, temperature, force, flow rate, efficiency)
• calculation of mass, momentum and energy balance in a process

General competence

• writing of technical reports, group work, formulation and solution of typical equations in mathematical physics

### Entry requirements

MAT110 Mathematics 1

MAT203 Mathematics 2 for Fire, Civil, HSE and Mechanical Engineering

### Recommended previous knowledge

MAS220 Introduction to Fluid Dynamics

MAS302 Hydraulics

KJE102 Applied Fluid Mechanics

MAT151 Advanced mathematics and physics for structural and mechanical engineers

### Teaching methods

2 lectures + 1 tutorial weekly

numerical laboratory works

visits to industrial sites at OneSubsea, Schlumberger, Framo

### Course requirements

1 of 2 written assignments must be delivered within the deadline and approved.

Approved assignments are valid for 4 semesters.

### Assessment

Written examination, 4 hours.

Grading scale:  A-E/F, where F is fail.

### Examination support material

One simple standard HVL approved calculator