By taking this course, the students will:
be able to analyze fluid flows encountered in engineering practice,
be able to make interpretations for the possible physical outcomes related with the deformations of the fluid elements during their motion,
decide whether the Lagrangian or the Eulerian approach should be used in the analysis of a particular fluid problem
be able to apply and make use of the basic conservation equations (mass, momentum and energy) for a fluid flow problem,
decide whether an integral approach or differential approach is more appropriate for a particular fluid problem,
be able to make simplifications for engineering fluid flow problems and make estimations with reasonably good accuracy.