In the first part, the course presents practical approaches of the fluid mechanics conservation equations. It introduces some methods to treat pipes networks problems and trains students to solve industrial problems related to hydraulic machineries.
The second part of the course presents the theory of the transient hydraulic regimes. It sensitizes students to the problems of hydraulic instabilities and related issues.
Continuum mechanics: basic knowledge
Fluid mechanics (course 1A from the 1st semester):
Integral relations, hydrostatics, head loss
Basic knowledge on the compressibility of fluids
Basic knowledge of wave propagation
Elasticity: pressurized thin wall tubes
Evaluation rattrapable (ER) / ER assessment: 3 hours supervised written exam
Evaluation non rattrapable (EN) / EN assessment: notes des CR de deux TP + note CR d'un BE + note DM (facultatif/bonus)
If distant learning mandatory:
Evaluation rattrapable (ER) / ER assessment : 2 hours homework
Evaluation non rattrapable (EN) / EN assessment : notes des CR de deux TP + note CR d'un BE + note DM (facultatif/bonus)
EN assessment: Retaking this assessment is not possible
ER : 2 hours supervised written exam
Moyenne de l'UE = ER 60% + EN 40%
EN = 25% TP1 + 25% TP2 + 0.5 BE + bonus DM
The exam may be taken in french or in english
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Course ID : 4EUS3HEC
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Date of update February 8, 2017