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Question: Salam Please send me all the power points of this course kindly and their tutorial solutions. Thank you Mohamed
By: Mohamed     Date: 2013-05-12

Answer: Dear Mohamad Thanks for your interest in HSE course I will be glad to answer your questions, in specific However, as a policy, power point presentations cannot be shared If you have any specific questions related to any module, kindly let me know Thanks

By: Dr. Srinivasan Chandrasekaran     Email: mcismaaciil@hotmail.com     Date: 2013-05-18


Question: Hello sir, Ur teaching is simply superb and its easy to understand the concepts. If we get people like you in every field I mean Engg, Medical & so on.... I don\'t think there will be bunks to classes and failures in life technically. Clarity in ur teaching is like honey on the tongue.Go ahead.
By: Chalapathi     Date: 2013-08-08

Answer: Thanks Kindly follow all the tutorials and reply whether you are completely benefited by the NPTEL course

By: Dr. Srinivasan Chandrasekaran     Email: chalapathirao.work@gmail.com     Date: 2013-08-09


Question: 1.How to define the term pressure for a liquid in motion?. 2.We describe pressure as Force per Area, When area of flow decreases we say velocity increases and pressure decreases but Isn\'t pressure should raise due to reduction in area of conduit as per the basic definition? Plz answer Q\'s?Thank you.
By: Chalapathi     Date: 2013-08-08

Answer: The fundamental axioms of fluid dynamics are the conservation laws. Specifically, conservation of mass and conservation of linear momentum. They are expressed using the Reynolds Transport Theorem. In addition, fluid under continuous flow is assumed to obey the continuum assumption, which assumes the fluid to be continuous instead of discrete.Therefore, pressure is well-defined at infinitesimally small points and are assumed to vary continuously from one point to another. Kindly refer to the book on Wave Hydrodynamics by S.K.Chakrabarti.

By: Dr. Srinivasan Chandrasekaran     Email: chalapathirao.work@gmail.com     Date: 2013-08-09


Question: Hello sir,i am currently a new user and very interested in the HSE management in petroleum and engineering.the video is very clear and easy to understood.sir,my question is after the completing this course,i hope exam should be set for certification
By: akinola rafiu olalere     Date: 2013-12-12

Answer: Thank you for the interest The course is tailor made for the professionals in Petroleum and offshore engineering The course contents are carefully chosen to address different case-study related problems, which is dealt by the practicing engineers in daily routine. I hope you will find it very interesting and informative

By: Dr. Srinivasan Chandrasekaran     Email: akitek4@gmail.com     Date: 2013-12-31


Question: Rspctd Sr,i m stdnt of 2nd yr BE mechengg 4m maharashtra tillnow i've presented 7 researchpapers in which2were international level i want2do resesach but due2financial problems want2choose career as petroleum/drillengg plz suggest things which r importamt to me drzukonline@gmail.com
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