Advanced Fluid Mechanics for Civil Engineers

  • Construction & Building Engineering |


Fundamental concepts of Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids, mathematical representation for fluid motions for laminar and turbulent, methods of analysis for governing conservation equations, dimensional analysis and similitude, sedimentation and erosion mechanics, modeling of water quality in natural streams.


M.Sc. in Water Resources Engineering


  • The objective of this course is to provide graduates with a solid basis in fundamentals and strong capability to use methods of analysis and mathematical tools to solve fluid flow problems, sedimentation & erosion problems in natural streams, lakes, and coastal lagoons.


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