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Flow Topic/Processes 
Visualization Source 
U of I Course 
Fluid Flows in Nature (examples of fluid flows phenomena in nature) 
Introduction to the Study of Fluid Motion (H. Rouse) (0:00 to 6:38) 
57:020 
Fluid Mechanics Terminology (fundamental fluid dimensions, specific fluid properties – inertia, gravitational attraction, viscosity, elasticity and specific quantities – velocity, acceleration, mass, force, pressure) 
Introduction to the Study of Fluid Motion (H. Rouse) (6:39 to 15:30) 
57:020 53:169 
Experimental Fluid Dynamics (role of experiments, modeling similitude, characteristics nondimensional numbers – Eu, Fr, Re, Ma) 
Introduction to the Study of Fluid Motion (H. Rouse) (15:32 to 23:40) 
57:020 53:169 
Basic Concepts and Physical Relationships of Fluid Motion (flow patterns – velocity vectors, streamlines, pathlines, streaklines , local and convective acceleration, relative motion, continuity relationship, vorticity, circulation, rotational and irrotational flow, flow net) 
Fundamental Principles of Flows (H. Rouse) (0 to 10:40) 
57:020 53:169 
Flow Dynamics (flow acceleration and pressurevelocity relationship for nonuniform states of motion, dynamic and static pressure, principle for simple instruments for the measurement of velocity, pressure and rate of flow, separation, cavitation, integration of the continuity, momentum, and energy equation, propulsion) 
Hunter Rouse  Fundamental Principles of Flows (H. Rouse) 10:42 to 22:15 
57:020 53:169 
Effect of Viscosity on Flow Pattern (visualization of viscous effects, Couette, rotationalirrotational, and Poiseuille flow, deformation drag, principle of lubrication, laminar and turbulent flows, establishment of axisymmetric flows, boundary layer flow) 
Characteristics of the Laminar and Turbulent Flows (H. Rouse) (0:00 to 13:02) 
57:020 53:071 53:169 
Laminar and Turbulent Flows (flow regimes and transition in pipe flows, velocity distributions, Moody diagram) 
Characteristics of the Laminar and Turbulent Flows (H. Rouse) (13:03 to 16:47) 
57:020 
Introduction to the Turbulent Flows Characteristics (flow regimes and transition in pipe flows and shear layer flows, molecular and eddy viscosity, turbulence intensity, turbulence scales, production, mixing, dissipation) 
Characteristics of the Laminar and Turbulent Flows (H. Rouse) (13:03 to 24:56) 
58:286 
Gravity Action on Liquid Flows (gravity effects, hydrostatic pressure distribution, fluidbody rotation, confined flow, Bernoulli equation, hydraulic and energy grade lines, liquid jets, freesurface outflows, overflow, and underflow, specific energy in openchannel flow, Froude number) 
Fluid Motion in a Gravitational Field (H. Rouse) (0:00 to 12:00) 
57:020 53:071 53:169 
Gravitational Waves (wave characteristics, wave propagation [including aspects of generation, celerity, reflection, stability, reduction to steadiness], type of waves [includes oscillatory, standing , solitary, surge, the hydraulic jump], oceanic and atmospheric wave processes driven by saline or thermal effects) 
Fluid Motion in a Gravitational Field (H. Rouse) 12:01 to 22:34 
57:020 53:270 
Drag Force (boundary layer separation [onset, control, examples], variation of the pressure distribution and drag force with body form, flow patterns, drag coefficient) 
Form Drag, Lift, and Propulsion (H. Rouse) (0:00 to 8:48) 
57:020 
Flow Circulation (definition, lift force, cross thrust, forced vibration, structural failures) 
Form Drag, Lift, and Propulsion (H. Rouse) (8:50 to 13:30) 
57:020 
Lift Force and Lifting Vanes (lift coefficient, lift coefficient, lift force, stall, optimum drag/lift force ratio) 
Form Drag, Lift, and Propulsion (H. Rouse) (13:31 to 16:27) 
57:020 
Propulsion (thrust, propellers, axialflow machinery, fluid couplings, torque converters) 
Form Drag, Lift, and Propulsion (H. Rouse) (16:28 to 22:47) 
57:020 
Wave Generation in Fluids (compressibility, analogy between gravitational and elastic waves, effects on fluid patterns, elastic waves, surges, water and blood hammer, isothermal and adiabatic departure from the constantdensity flow) 
Effects of Fluid Compressibility (H. Rouse) (0:00 to 9:27) 
57:020 
Shock waves (analogy with twodimensional patterns produced by concentric waves, analogy with the surge in open channel flow, Schlierern measurements applied to the subsonic and supersonic flows around simple body forms  sphere, plate, cylinderand lifting vanes) 
Effects of Fluid Compressibility (H. Rouse) (9: 28 to 15:36) 
57:020 