Basics of Fluid Mechanics

Fluid Mechanics: The Physics of Movement of Fluids

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Fluid Mechanics:

Fluid mechanics is a branch of classical physics. It deals with the study of motion of fluids and forces on them.

 

Top Things to Learn about Fluid Mechanics from an online tutor:
 

  • What is a Fluid?
  • What is Fluid Mechanics?
  • Fluid Statics
  • Fluid Kinematics
  • Fluid Dynamics
  • Examples & Applications
  • Important Formulas

 

Fluid Mechanics Frequently Asked QUestions:

Question 1: What is the basic principle of fluid mechanics?

The basic principles of Fluid mechanics are:
 

  • Momentum Conservation
  • Continuity equation
  • Energy equation
  • Bernoulli Equation

 

Question 2: What is fluid in fluid mechanics?

The substance which flows is called Fluid. All gaseous substances, plasmas and liquids substances are included in fluids.


For Example:


Water, Petrol, Oil and diesel.

 

Question 3: What is fluid mechanics useful for?

Fluid mechanics is useful for:-
 

  • Recognising the behavior of fluid in distinct forces and at various atmospheric conditions.
  • Exploring the potential of fluids for new applications.
  • Generating power or electricity
  • Hydroelectric power plants
  • Automobiles, Refrigerators and Air Conditioners
  • Heat Engines

 

Question 4: What are two branches of fluid mechanics?

The following are two branches of fluid mechanics:
 

  • Fluid statics
  • Fluid dynamics
     

Fluid Statics: The study of fluids that are at rest.

Fluid dynamics: The study of fluids that are in motion.

 

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