**Dr Alan Packwood (8 lectures- 1st semester)**

Momentum equation

Impact of jets

Force on a pipe bend

Force on an orifice plate

Energy loss in a sudden expansion

Viscous (laminar flow)

Poiseuille flow in a pipe

Dimensional analysis

Buckingham’s P theorem

Poiseuille flow written in dimensionless form

Scale models (Re, Fr, Ma)

Examples of empirical use (e.g. C_{f} *vs* Re and C_{D} *vs* Re)

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**Professor Rex Thorpe (8 lectures - 1st semester)**

Turbulent flow

Film model and 1/7^{th} power law for time averaged flow in pipes

Friction factors and pressure gradients in pipes (effect of roughness; Moody chart)

Hydrodynamic resistance of sudden expansions, valves, bends, tees etc.

Discussion of flat plates, including variation of shear stress with distance from leading edge. No discussion of integral-momentum equation

Pumps and turbines

Types of pump and turbine

Head/flow rate characteristics (esp. centrifugal pumps)

Pumps in series (includes mention of NPSH) and parallel

Dimensional analysis of pumps (but not vector analysis)

Pump and pipe-work calculations

Balancing pumps against hydrodynamic resistances (but not pipe networks or multi-reservoir problems).

Introduction to boundary layers on a flat plate

**Dr Susan J Hughes (10 lectures - 2nd semester -Open Channel Flow)**

Classification of flow types

Introduction to the concept of Head and Energy

Equations/theory relevant to steady, uniform and non-uniform flows

Critical conditions and flow transitions around critical conditions

Surface profiles for gradually varied flows
Introduction to hydraulic structures