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Sl.No Chapter Name MP4 Download
1Lec 1: Basic Concepts of FluidDownload
2Lec 2: Properties of FluidDownload
3Lec 2: Properties of FluidDownload
4Lec 4: Concepts of HydrostaticDownload
5Lec 5: Measurement of Pressure and Hydrostatic forcesDownload
6Lec 6: Buoyancy, Metacentre, Stability and Rigid body motionDownload
7Lec 7: Reynolds Transport TheoremDownload
8Lec 8: Conservation of MassDownload
9Lec 9: Conservation of MomentumDownload
10Lec 10: Conservation of Momentum ApplicationsDownload
11Lec 11: Bernoulli’s EquationDownload
12Lec 12: Applications of Bernoulli’s EquationDownload
13Lec 13: Fluid Statics Applications: Example ProblemsDownload
14Lec 14: Conservation of Momentum: Example problemsDownload
15Lec 15: Bernoulli’s Equation : Problems Solving on Black BoardDownload
16Lec 16: Lagrangian and Eulerian DescriptionsDownload
17Lec 17: Motion and deformation of fluid elementsDownload
18Lec 18: Problems Solving on Black BoardDownload
19Lec 19: Dimensional HomogeneityDownload
20Lec 20: Dimensional Analysis and SimilarityDownload
21Lec 21: Laminar and Turbulent FlowsDownload
22Lec 22: Losses in Pipe FittingsDownload
23Lec 23: Flow in Noncircular Conduits and Multiple Path PipeflowDownload
24Lec 24: Mass Conservation Equation- IDownload
25Lec 25: Mass Conservation Equation- IIDownload
26Lec 26:Stream FunctionDownload
27Lec 27: Cauchy's EquationDownload
28Lec 28: The Navier-Stokes EquationDownload
29Lec 29: The Navier-Stokes Equation part 2Download
30Lec 30: The Navier-Stokes Equation IIIDownload
31Lec 31: Approximate solutions of Navier Stokes Equation: Bounary Layer ApproximationDownload
32Lec 32: Boundary Layer Approximation IIDownload
33Lec 33: Boundary Layer Approximation IIIDownload
34Lec 34: Open Channel FlowDownload
35Lec 35: Open Channel Flow IIDownload
36Lec 36: Open Channel Flow IIIDownload
37Lec 37: Drag and LiftDownload

Sl.No Chapter Name English
1Lec 1: Basic Concepts of FluidPDF unavailable
2Lec 2: Properties of FluidPDF unavailable
3Lec 2: Properties of FluidPDF unavailable
4Lec 4: Concepts of HydrostaticPDF unavailable
5Lec 5: Measurement of Pressure and Hydrostatic forcesPDF unavailable
6Lec 6: Buoyancy, Metacentre, Stability and Rigid body motionPDF unavailable
7Lec 7: Reynolds Transport TheoremPDF unavailable
8Lec 8: Conservation of MassPDF unavailable
9Lec 9: Conservation of MomentumPDF unavailable
10Lec 10: Conservation of Momentum ApplicationsPDF unavailable
11Lec 11: Bernoulli’s EquationPDF unavailable
12Lec 12: Applications of Bernoulli’s EquationPDF unavailable
13Lec 13: Fluid Statics Applications: Example ProblemsPDF unavailable
14Lec 14: Conservation of Momentum: Example problemsPDF unavailable
15Lec 15: Bernoulli’s Equation : Problems Solving on Black BoardPDF unavailable
16Lec 16: Lagrangian and Eulerian DescriptionsPDF unavailable
17Lec 17: Motion and deformation of fluid elementsPDF unavailable
18Lec 18: Problems Solving on Black BoardPDF unavailable
19Lec 19: Dimensional HomogeneityPDF unavailable
20Lec 20: Dimensional Analysis and SimilarityPDF unavailable
21Lec 21: Laminar and Turbulent FlowsPDF unavailable
22Lec 22: Losses in Pipe FittingsPDF unavailable
23Lec 23: Flow in Noncircular Conduits and Multiple Path PipeflowPDF unavailable
24Lec 24: Mass Conservation Equation- IPDF unavailable
25Lec 25: Mass Conservation Equation- IIPDF unavailable
26Lec 26:Stream FunctionPDF unavailable
27Lec 27: Cauchy's EquationPDF unavailable
28Lec 28: The Navier-Stokes EquationPDF unavailable
29Lec 29: The Navier-Stokes Equation part 2PDF unavailable
30Lec 30: The Navier-Stokes Equation IIIPDF unavailable
31Lec 31: Approximate solutions of Navier Stokes Equation: Bounary Layer ApproximationPDF unavailable
32Lec 32: Boundary Layer Approximation IIPDF unavailable
33Lec 33: Boundary Layer Approximation IIIPDF unavailable
34Lec 34: Open Channel FlowPDF unavailable
35Lec 35: Open Channel Flow IIPDF unavailable
36Lec 36: Open Channel Flow IIIPDF unavailable
37Lec 37: Drag and LiftPDF unavailable


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