- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Basic Definitions
- pressure
- shear stress
- viscosity
- no slip condition

- Basic Fluid Properties
- density
- specific weight
- specific gravity
- ideal gas law
- properties involving the flow of heat
- speed of sound through a gas (no derivation)
- surface tension and its effect on fluid levels in tubes
- vapor pressure, boiling point, and cavitation

- Basic Definitions
- Chapter 2: Fluid Statics
- pressure acts equally in all directions
- pressure transmission
- absolute and gage pressure
- pressure variation with elevation: the hydrostatic equation
- hydrostatic equation applied to an incompressible fluid
- hydrostatic equation applied to a compressible fluid

- Pressure measurement with
- manometer
- pressure transducer

- Chapter 3: Fluid Dynamics
- position and fluid velocity: Lagrangian and Eulerian approaches
- acceleration
- Euler's equation
- Definition of system, control surface, and control volume
- Flow rates: volumetric and mass flow
- Differential form of the Continuity Equation
- Rotational and Irrotational Flow
- Derivation of Bernoulli's Equation
- Application of Bernoulli's Equation

- Chapter 4: Some Dimensionless Numbers (these will be covered again in the textbook)
- Mach number
- Reynolds number
- C
_{L} - C
_{D}

- Chapter 5: Introduction to the boundary layer
- Conceptual understanding
- laminar boundary layers
- turbulent boundary layers
- the role of Reynolds number in boundary layer analysis

- Chapter 6: Reynolds Transport Theorem
- The Continuity Equation

- Chapter 7: Reynolds Transport Theorem
- The Momentum Equation

- Chapter 8: Reynolds Transport Theorem

NOTE: this topic has been moved to AE305 and will not be covered in AE303- The Energy Equation
- Bernoulli's equation revisited

This section of the course follows the textbook.

This course is offered by Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics at The University of Alabama.

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