Fluid Dynamics 1: Fluid Flow 
Fluid Dynamics 1: Fluid Flow
by UAlberta / Roger Moore
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Date Added: February 14, 2015

Lecture Description

Flow is a defining characteristic of a fluid. This lecture introduces the concept of surface tension and then covers the types of of fluid flow using examples both in nature and the lab. To conclude the continuity equation is introduced and used to characterize the flow of incompressible liquid in a pipe.

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Course Description

This video lecture series by Prof. Roger Moore from the University of Alberta includes both screencast lectures, as well as comprehensive laboratory experiments to explain a whole range of topics in fluid mechanics and wave motion. The lectures are all offered in HD quality.

Major topics include: elasticity, fluid statics, fluid dynamics, oscillations, and waves.

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