Fluid Mechanics And Machinery
  • Fluid Mechanics And Machinery

Fluid Mechanics And Machinery

BI 1406
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Includes: Properties of Fluid, Fluid Pressure and Pressure Measurement, Fluid Flow, Flow Through Pipes, Impact of Jet, Hydraulic Turbines, Centrifugal Pumps, Reciprocating Pump

According to 'E' Scheme Diploma Mechanical Engineering Group



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1. Properties of Fluid

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Properties of Fluid

1.3 Types of fluids

2. Fluid Pressure and Pressure Measurement

2.1 Fluid pressure (p)

2.2 Pressure Measurement

2.3 Surfaces Submerged in liquid

3. Fluid Flow

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Types of Fluid Flow

3.3 Discharge and Continuity Equation

3.4 Total Energy (Total Head)

3.5 Bernoulli’s Theorem

3.6 Venturimeter

3.7 Orifice Meter or Orifice Plate

3.8 Pitot Tube   

4. Flow Through Pipes

4.1 Fluid friction

4.2 Head losses in the pipe

4.3 HGL and TEL

4.4 Power transmitted through the pipe

4.5 Water Hammer

5. Impact of Jet

5.1 Jet of Water

5.2 Impact of jet on flat plate

5.3 Impact of jet on series of vanes

5.4 Impact of jet on curved vanes

6. Hydraulic Turbines

6.1 Introduction

6.2 General Layout of Hydro-electric Power plant

6.3 Features of Hydroelectric power plant

6.4 Classification of Turbines

6.5 Selection of Turbines

6.6 Draft tubes

6.7 Calculation of Workdone, Power, Efficiency of Turbine

6.8 Comparisons

7. Centrifugal Pumps

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Construction of a centrifugal pump

7.3 Concept of Multistage

7.4 Priming and its methods

7.5 Cavitation

7.6 Workdone by impeller of a Centrifugal pump on water

7.7 Heads of Centrifugal pump

7.8 Performance characteristics of centrifugal pump

7.9 Trouble shooting of centrifugal pump

7.10 Submersible Pump

7.11 Jet Pump

8. Reciprocating Pump

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Construction and working principle of a single acting reciprocating pump

8.3 Construction and working of double acting reciprocating pump

8.4 Concept of slip and negative slip

8.5 Cavitation and Separation

8.6 Use of Air vessel

8.7 Indicator diagram

8.8 Comparison between centrifugal pump and reciprocating pump