Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
Fluid Statics, Forces on Plane and Curved Surfaces, Manometers, Bernoulli Equation, Linear Momentum, Mass Conservation
Created by Prof. Samer  Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Students: 7566, Price: $49.99
Students: 7566, Price: Paid
Introduction to fluid properties, viscosity, surface tension, pressure distribution in fluid, hydrostatic forces on plane and curved surfaces, buoyancy , and pressure measurement using manometers and barometers. Integral relations for a control volume, mass conservation, linear momentum equation, energy and Bernoulli equations are discussed.
37 problems are solved in order to bridge the gap between knowledge and application.
Fluid mechanics basics
Fluid statics
Created by Gorbi John  Mechanical engineer
Students: 7026, Price: Free
Students: 7026, Price: Free
This course will brief you about the basics of fluid mechanics.We start with various definitions it's explanation.Then into different concepts like viscosity,surface tension , capillarity,thermodynamic properties of fluids.We are explaining each concept by taking a dailylife example.Then we formulate the mathematical expression for the same to measure the magnitude of each property
Advanced Fluid Mechanics
Continuity, NavierStokes, Potential flow, Buckingham PI Theorem, Pump, Turbine, Pressure Loss, Fittings, Drag and Lift
Created by Prof. Samer  Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Students: 5747, Price: $69.99
Students: 5747, Price: Paid
This is Advanced Fluid Mechanics which is a continuation of Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics course. It includes:
Differential relations for fluid particles, fluid acceleration, Continuity equation, Potential flows and NavierStokes equation are introduced. Dimensional analysis and similarity, principle of dimensional homogeneity Pi theorem, nondimensionalization of basic equations, modeling and its pitfalls. Flow in ducts and boundary layer flows. Pressure drop calculations. Minor losses in fittings. Energy equation applied to pumps and turbines. Flow over immersed bodies. Drag and Lift Calculations. Matlab codes for potential flows are also supplied.
Fluid Mechanics and Transportation
Fluid mechanics and its core elements in transportation
Created by Velocis Solutions  Engineering Consulting and Training provider
Students: 5743, Price: $39.99
Students: 5743, Price: Paid
Fluid Flow Fundamentals training course provided by Velocis Solutions aims to deliver the most fundamental and applied knowledge about fluid transport and its significant contributors. Here in this course, you will go through the following topics:

Fluid Mechanics and Transportation

Pump operation principles & selection

Centrifugal & Positive Displacement Pumps

Sizing of Pressure Changers (Pipe/Pipeline, Pump and Compressor)

Performance Curve & capacity control of Pressure Changers (Pump and Compressor)
What you like to have an introductory information about fluid flow fundamentals? Here it is:
Although liquids particularly can be transported by operators carrying buckets, the usual mode of transport of fluids is through pipelines with pumps, compressors and etc. The continuous transport of a liquid requires a pump, and the continuous transport of a gas or vapor requires compressor. These devices are described by the general term fluid changers and basic characteristics of these fluid flow equipments are introduced in this course.
The performance of pumps and compressors is dictated by their characteristic curves and for pumps, the net positive suction head curve. Pipes and their associated fittings that are used to transport fluid through a chemical plant are usually made of metal. Pipes are sized using a nominal diameter and a schedule number. The higher the schedule number, the thicker the pipe walls, making pipes with a higher schedule number more suitable for higherpressure operations.
Pumps are used to transport liquids, and pumps can be damaged by the presence of vapor. Positivedisplacement pumps are often called constantvolume pumps because a fixed amount of liquid is taken into a chamber at a low pressure and pushed out of the chamber at a high pressure. The chamber has a fixed volume, hence the name. An example of a positivedisplacement pump is a reciprocating pump
Compressor is the device that increase the pressure of gases. In a centrifugal, the impeller may spin at tens of thousands of revolutions per minute. If liquid droplets or solid particles are present in the gas, they hit the impeller blades at such high relative velocity that the impeller blades will erode rapidly and may cause bearings to become damaged, leading to mechanical failure. The compressor casing also may crack. Therefore, it is important to ensure that the gas in a centrifugal compressor does not contain solids and liquids. Positivedisplacement compressors typically handle lower flowrates but can produce higher pressures compared to centrifugal compressors. Efficiencies for both types of compressor tend to be high.
Intro to Fluid Mechanics for Engineering Students Part 1
The basics of hydrostatics, buoyancy and more
Created by Cherish Qualls, PhD  Professional Engineer and University Professor
Students: 1499, Price: $69.99
Students: 1499, Price: Paid
Are you tired of struggling in your Fluids class?
If you answered yes, then this course is for you! Here you'll find easy to understand lectures and plenty of fullyworked examples to help you learn the challenging subject of Fluid Mechanics.
This course is the first in a 3course series designed to teach the fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics.
Here's what we'll cover
This course covers the following topics that are generally found in a universitylevel Intro to Fluids class:

Properties of fluids  pressure, density, etc.

Ideal gas law

Viscosity

Hydrostatic forces of plane and curved surfaces

Buoyancy

And more!
Here's what you get when you enroll

Lifetime access to the course

Easy to follow, ondemand lecture videos

Plenty of fullyworked examples in a variety of difficulty levels

Downloadable outline of notes to help you create an organized set of notes and to help you follow along
What's the format of the course?
Let me just say that I hate engineering courses taught with PowerPoint slides. Due to this, you will not find slides here.
I think people learn better when they have to write the material. That means the majority of my lectures are handwritten. I give you a brief outline of notes to help you follow along and to help minimize the length of the videos.
Speaking of video length... am I the only one who doesn't like watching hourlong lecture videos? I didn't think so.
To eliminate that frustration my lectures are broken up into shorter segments, typically 1215 minutes.
And if you are here for examples, I made them easy to find. Almost all the examples are in their own videos, that way you can look through the notes and pick and choose which ones you want to watch.
Physics : Fluid Mechanics, Gravitation (AP Physics, IIT JEE)
28 videos 3 hours (for IGCSE and NEET students also)  Fluid mechanics, gravitation, Bernoulli law, Kepler's law
Created by Vishesh Nigam  learn faster, learn better with me!
Students: 1413, Price: $19.99
Students: 1413, Price: Paid
learn faster, learn better!
This physics course includes 28 videos totaling 3 hours of run time. Once you are enrolled in the course, all you need is a note book and a pen to get cracking on these topics

Pressure in fluids

How to measure pressure in fluids

Bernoulli's equation and Archimedes principle

Fluid pressure in static fluids

Newton's universal law of gravitation (gravitation near earth's surface, gravitational force inside earth)

Gravitational potential energy and escape velocity

Kepler's 3 Laws (kinetic and potential energy of a satellite)
My courses:
When I create content for the lessons, I think deeply around the areas where students struggle and feel confused. My lessons tackle these parts in depth. Also, I believe visual representation of various ideas makes a lot of impact. The lessons have visuals and animations that are thought through quite deeply for maximum learning impact
And most importantly, I make myself available to answer questions of the enrolled students
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Thermodynamics – Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
Engineering Thermodynamics / Fluid Mechanics encompassing topics like Pressure Theory, Buoyancy, Fluid flow, Lift & Drag
Created by LearnEd Online  Instructor
Students: 1106, Price: $74.99
Students: 1106, Price: Paid
This course serves as a springboard into Engineering Thermodynamics for new students or as a refresher for students already familiar with some of the concepts and are looking for somewhere to brush up the fundamentals.
The course covers a broad spectrum of common topics that are applicable to a wide variety of situations in numerous engineering sectors;

Hydrostatic pressure theory

Buoyancy and Archimedes Principle

Fluid flow (Reynolds number, types of flow & viscous fluid flow)

Bernoulli's Equation

Lift and Drag

Combustion

Thermo power cycles (including the Carnot cycle, Otto cycle & Diesel cycle)
All of these topics are fascinating and are around the Alevel to University level in terms of technical content... but don't worry! We cover these topics in a logical order and start off simple so that we do not lose you along the way. Most videos follow the format of a discussion of the theory and then we go through a worked example. We then recommend that students have a go at the practice questions that accompany most videos so that you can put your skills to the test. There are full worked solutions so you are able to check how you perform.
We at LearnEd believe that the format of "Theory  Worked example  Have a go for your self" is one of the best methods of learning  particularly the "Have a go for yourself" element.
We also try to describe various applications that each theory has to help give context as to why its interesting to learn about.
We hope to see you in our lessons!
Note: This course does not replace a formal qualification. Formal qualifications in engineering can be obtained through colleges or universities and these may be of interest to you if you enjoyed this course.
Intro to Fluid Mechanics for Engineering Students Part 2
Reynolds Transport Theorem, Conservation of Mass, Linear Momentum, Bernoulli's Equation and more
Created by Cherish Qualls, PhD  Professional Engineer and University Professor
Students: 1071, Price: $69.99
Students: 1071, Price: Paid
Are you tired of struggling in your Fluids class?
If you answered yes, then this course is for you! Here you'll find easy to understand lectures and plenty of fullyworked examples to help you learn the challenging subject of Fluid Mechanics.
This course is the second in a 3course series designed to teach the fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics. In this section, we dive into the world of fluid in motion... this is where it starts getting good!
Here's what we'll cover
This course covers the following topics that are generally found in a universitylevel Intro to Fluids class:

Reynolds Transport Theorem

Conservation of Mass

Volumetric Flow

Linear Momentum Equation

Bernoulli Equation

Stagnation, Static, and Dynamic Pressures

And more!
Here's what you get when you enroll

Lifetime access to the course

Easy to follow, ondemand lecture videos

Plenty of fullyworked examples in a variety of difficulty levels

Downloadable outline of notes to help you create an organized set of notes and to help you follow along
What's the format of the course?
Let me just say that I hate engineering courses taught with PowerPoint slides. Due to this, you will not find slides here.
I think people learn better when they have to write the material. That means the majority of my lectures are handwritten. I give you a brief outline of notes to help you follow along and to help minimize the length of the videos.
Speaking of video length... am I the only one who doesn't like watching hourlong lecture videos? I didn't think so.
To eliminate that frustration my lectures are broken up into shorter segments, typically 1215 minutes.
And if you are here for examples, I made them easy to find. Almost all the examples are in their own videos, that way you can look through the notes and pick and choose which ones you want to watch.
Engineering Mechanics
Basics of Equilibrium
Created by Apurv Vaidya  Structural Engineer
Students: 669, Price: Free
Students: 669, Price: Free
This is the basic course on the chapter  Equilibrium.
The contents of this course are:
1) Definition of Equilibrium  In classical mechanics, a particle is in mechanical equilibrium if the net force on that particle is zero.
2) Free Body Diagram  Freebody diagrams are diagrams used to show the relative magnitude and direction of all forces acting upon an object in a given situation.
3) Lami's Theorem  When three forces acting at a point are in equilibrium, then each force is proportional to the sine of the angle between the other two forces.
4) Conditions of Equilibrium  ∑Fx=0, ∑Fy=0, translational equilibrium, ∑M=0, rotational equilibrium. The above three equations should be satisfied for 2D Equilibrium of the body. So in total there are three conditions of equilibrium for two dimensional cases and six conditions of equilibrium for three dimensional cases.
5) Problem on Equilibrium
6) Types of supports  i) Simple support (sliding support and roller support), ii) Hinge support or pin support, iii) Fixed support
7) Types of beams  i) Simply supported beam, ii) Cantilever beam, iii) Fixed beam, iv) Continuous beam, v) Overhanging beam
8) Types of loading  i) Concentrated load or Point load, ii) Uniformly Distributed Load (U. D. L.) or Rectangular Loading, iii) Uniformly Varying Load (U. V. L.) or Triangular Loading.
Intro to Fluid Mechanics for Engineering Students Part 3
Continuity, Navier Stokes, Vorticity, Stream Function, Velocity Potential, Buckingham Pi Theorem and More
Created by Cherish Qualls, PhD  Professional Engineer and University Professor
Students: 664, Price: $69.99
Students: 664, Price: Paid
Are you tired of struggling in your Fluids class?
If you answered yes, then this course is for you! Here you'll find easy to understand lectures and plenty of fullyworked examples to help you learn the challenging subject of Fluid Mechanics.
This course is the third in a 3course series designed to teach the fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics. In this section, we continue learning about fluid in motion and we will introduce the concept of dimensional analysis.
Here's what we'll cover
This course covers the following topics that are generally found in a universitylevel Intro to Fluids class:

Lagrangian and Eulerian Descriptions

Velocity and Acceleration Fields

Continuity Equation

Navier Stokes

Stream Function

Vorticity and Irrotationality

Velocity Potential

Dimensional Analysis & Buckingham Pi Theorem

Intro to Laminar and Turbulent Flow

And more!
Here's what you get when you enroll

Lifetime access to the course

Easy to follow, ondemand lecture videos

Plenty of fullyworked examples in a variety of difficulty levels

Downloadable outline of notes to help you create an organized set of notes and to help you follow along
What's the format of the course?
Let me just say that I hate engineering courses taught with PowerPoint slides. Due to this, you will not find slides here.
I think people learn better when they have to write the material. That means the majority of my lectures are handwritten. I give you a brief outline of notes to help you follow along and to help minimize the length of the videos.
Speaking of video length... am I the only one who doesn't like watching hourlong lecture videos? I didn't think so.
To eliminate that frustration my lectures are broken up into shorter segments, typically 1215 minutes.
And if you are here for examples, I made them easy to find. Almost all the examples are in their own videos, that way you can look through the notes and pick and choose which ones you want to watch.
Physics – Foundation Course on Fluid Mechanics
Fluid Mechanics: Concept of Steady Flow
Created by Er Sanjay Singh  Expert Physics Tutor at Guruji Online & Live Tutor
Students: 304, Price: Free
Students: 304, Price: Free
The Objective of the course is to conceptual learning about Fluid Mechanics. Students will be benefitted by learning about fluids, density, pressure, Pascals Law, how to measure pressure, what is atmospheric pressure, how mechanics changes from solids in respect of liquids and air, how liquids are different from air, idea of compressibility, What is Pascals Principle and how it is useful in finding out the pressure and what is Hydraulic machine, important principle of Archimedes, derivations of equation of continuity and Bernoullis equation and its applications, speed of efflux, what is torricellis law, What is venturimeter and how it is used to find the velocity of fluid with illustration of formula derivation etc.
Pictorial representation of IDEAI fluid, streamlines, concepts of steady flow, nonviscous flow, incompressible flow and irrotational flow is hallmark of the video content.
This course is very exhaustive but I have tried to make it as condensed as possible.
The target students for this course as AP Physics exam, Sat Physics, CBSE Class XI students, ISC exam, various State Boards in India, JEE Mains and Advanced competition, Bitsat and Engineering entrance exams.
This course I have formulated referring various books and I have tried to make this interesting as well as meaningful.
A brief Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Internal Flow, Boundary Layer Theory, Drag & Lift Force
Created by Yogesh Borse  M.Tech in Heat Power Engineering
Students: 115, Price: $24.99
Students: 115, Price: Paid
The subject fluid mechanics describes all the physical laws that govern the flow of fluids and gases, and ultimately help us to recognize the causes and effects of fluid flow through the determination of characteristic parameters like pressure field, velocity field in a fluid flow, along with the different properties of the fluid like density, viscosity and mainly an interrelation between these two, and in different situations not only in the flow of fluid, but also in cases when the fluid is addressed. This is basically the subject with mechanics deals. Now the importance of the subject I think is apparent. This is because probably you cannot find out single phenomena in the universe which is devoid of fluid as the working medium or substance or flow of fluid. For example, even our basic existence or survival depends upon breathing in and out, the circulation of the blood, this all depend on the principle of fluid flow .A turbo machine includes the design of hydraulic turbines, steam turbines, compressor and pump. Basic thermal analysis of steam turbines is included in this course. The basics of fluid mechanics are applied to analyze the hydraulic turbine and pump. Design and analysis of hydraulic turbines and centrifugal pump is studied in detail. The elementary study of centrifugal compressors and axial flow compressors is part of this course.
Fluid Mechanics
JEE Main  JEE Advanced  NEET  AIIMS  CBSE  State Board
Created by Gaurav Kumar Jha  Professional Educator, IIT Delhi Graduate
Students: 36, Price: $19.99
Students: 36, Price: Paid
Course covers complete syllabus of JEE/NEET/CBSE/State Boards. The course has been designed to have lectures followed by quiz to assess the understanding in real time. Solved Examples help to develop the skills required to analyze and apply learnt concepts.Practice Tests for evaluation and assessment make sure students are always preparing in goal oriented environment. Course have integrated previous year questions to align the level of preparation at par with the standard of entrance exams.
Learn Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics
Fluid mechanics made easy
Created by Patil Kiran Kumar  Structural engineer
Students: 34, Price: $19.99
Students: 34, Price: Paid

students can learn hydraulics and fluid mechanics from basics with help of the practice tests.

The Basic knowledge of all the topics in Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics is provided.

The practice tests are given in the course such that the students can get a comprehensive idea of the subject.

The practice tests are multiple choice questions. then the key for the tests are provided apparently.

Students will be able to know the detailed explanation of the subjects that i will provide after the completion of all the tests.
Fluid Mechanics: An Introductory Course
Introduction to Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Properties for Mechanical Engineering & Civil Engineering
Created by Shubham Gupta  Mechatronics Engineer & Inventor turned Tutor
Students: 12, Price: $19.99
Students: 12, Price: Paid
In short "Furnace baked concepts wrapped up with cheesy examples, loaded with facts marinated in fun and served with hot fluids." :)
We have keenly curated this course in a way that the development of understanding about the subject happens as easy as a pie. It is a very flexible course put together for both ultraquick learning as well as detailed learning. It is being constructed in such a fashion that it helps out students short on time or just before the night of an exam to cover up the topics swiftly. At the same time, it includes bonus sections for all those curious creatures out there always trying to join threads and connections to their understanding of the world. We are already getting some positive feedback on the course really tickling some funny bones and is definitely not like the conventional courses one comes across.
Objectives:
· To present the basic principles and equations of fluid mechanics.
· To develop an intuitive understanding of fluid mechanics by emphasizing on physics and reinforcing that understanding through engaging graphics and animations.
· To Help you in preparation for entrance exams (like GATE, GRE, IES etc.) as well as college exams.
We have tried to use all sorts of teaching techniques like virtual whiteboards, animations, graphs, etc. to be able to bring out the best content for our students.