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									                                     2nd Semester

               HYD-551 - ADVANCED FLUID MECHANICS - II
(a) Viscous Flow : Laminar flow through circular pipes, annulus and non-circular
(b) Turbulent Flow : Turbulence models zero-equation, one-equation and multi-
    equations models, Turbulent flow through smooth and rough pipes, Darcy-weisbach
    resistance equation.
    Pipeflow Problems ; single, reservoir problems, Barnching of pipes, pipe network

(c) Open Channel Hydraulics : Concept of open channel; basic equation - chezy's and
    Manning's equations and computation of uniform flow; concept of specific energy,
    critical flow and its computation.

(d) Forces around Submerged Bodies : Drag and Lift forces, Drag and lift co-efficients,
    Stream lined and bluff bodies, Drag on flat plate, Drag on cylinder, Drag on sphere,
    Circulation and lift on a cylinder and an aerofoil.

(e) Mathematical Modelling of Hydraulic System : Mathematical models, Errors in
    Analysis, Interpolation, Nonlinear Algebraic equations, Quadrature


(a) Introduction : Definition and overview of CFD, need advantages, problem areas and
    models of CFD. Convergence, consistency , von-neumann stability analysis,
    projection error, evolution error, solution accuracy, computational efficiency.

(b) Classification of Partial Differential Equations : Elliptic, parabolic, and hyperbolic
    equations, equations in differential and integral form, stream function, vorticity,
    continuity, momentum equation, Navier-stokes equations.

(c) Numerical Methods : Explicit, implicit, finite difference method and finite element
    and finite volume methods, discretisation of solution domain , L & W , Mac.
    coundee & upwind scheme, flux vector splitting, flux difference splitting scheme.

(d) Initial and boundary conditions : Types of boundary conditions, Neumann boundary
    conditions, Dirichlet boundary conditions (flow upstream , No slip, on free surface,
    at exit and entry of ducts)
(e) Grid Generation : Geometry description, algebric grid generation , trans finite
    interpolation , p.d.e. based grid generation.

Introduction of hydraulic machines: Introduction of hydraulic turbines and pumps.,
      Fundamentals of hydraulic turbine theory.
Theories of Hydrofoils in two dimensional flows : Forms of profiles, origin of circulation
     around hydro-foil, main characteristics, pressure distribution, force and moments on
     the profiles, experimental investigation of profiles, Joukowski-kutta theorem,
     practical profiles and their application in hydraulic machines, induced drag.

(c ) Theory of Cascades: Main definitions, parameters of the cascade, lift force theorem
     for profile on cascade of infinitely thin profiles, different types of flow, The
     coefficient of cascade influence, direct and indirect problems for rectilinear
     cascades, calculation of flow through cascades, determination of infinitely thin
     profile with elliptical and non elliptical distribution of circulation, Calculation
     procedure and derivation of profile with finite thickness.

(d) Similitude in hydraulic machines: Requirements of similitude, laws of similarity,
    Froude, Reynolds, Weber and mach number, undistorted and distorted models,
    model construction, closed conduit models, separation effects, water tunnel tests for
    cavitation studies, Affinity laws for hydraulic machines (turbine & pumps),
    characteristic turbine co-efficient, specific speed , scale effects.

                  HYD-554 WATER CONVEYANCE SYSTEM

Power Canals : Introduction , design-uniform flow, location and construction, unlined
   canals in soft ground, lined canal in soft ground, canals in rocks.

Tunnels : Introduction, geometric design, hydraulic design, cross-sectional forms and
   size, rock tunneling procedure, tunnel support, tunnel lining , grouting.

Concrete Pipes : Applications, precast concrete pipes, reinforced concrete pipes.

Penstocks : Types of Penstocks, stresses in penstocks, economical diameter of penstocks,
   design of penstock, number of penstocks and equivalent penstock diameter, joints in
   pipeline, anchors and supports, valves.

Surge Tanks: General function of a surge tank, types of surge tanks, design consideration
of surge tanks, stability of surge tanks, Lined canals, Layout of lined canals.


(a) Intake Structures : Location and Intake types, hydraulic conditions affecting intakes,
    construction of low level intakes, Intake through concrete dams, design of intake,
    Intake Gates, Vertical Lift gates, Trash rakes, Trash screens, sediment exclusion
(b) Gravity Dams : Gravity analysis , Stress and strain tensors, formulation of problem,
    2 and 3 dimensional elasticity , determination of normal , shear and principal
    stresses, foundation treatment , Joints.
(c) Galleries and sluices : Stress concentration at openings in Dams, structural design of
    galleries, sluices, shafts.

(d) Spillways : design of ogee and chute spillways ; energy dissipation arrangements .
(e) Arch Dams : Design of arches by thin and thick cylinder theory.

(f)   Earth Dams: Design criteria, control of seepage through foundation and
      embankment, stability of slopes under different conditions including dynamic
      loading due to earthquakes.


(a) Introduction : Fluid Power System, Hydraulic Symbols, Typical abbreviations used
    on symbols, circuit diagrams, pipe fitting used in fluid power system.

(b) Fluid power pumps and motors : Function and purposes of pumps and motors;
    different types of pumps : (i) Rotary - gear pump, generated rotor pump, sliding
    vane rotary pump, variable - delivery sliding pump, screw type rotary pump. (ii)
    Reciprocating pumps - radial piston reciprocating pump, rotating barrel type axial -
    piston pump, connecting rod type axial - piston pump, simplex, duplex and triplex
    reciprocating pumps. (iii) Centrifugal pumps (iv) Simple jet pump, Head and energy
    in pump system, Head relations in a closed system, factors determining suction and
    discharge heads, pump characteristics; different type of hydraulic motors : (i) Radial
    piston motors (ii) non-rotating barrel type axial piston motors. (iii) Limited rotation

(c) Pressure Control Valves : Different types of valves ; Safety valves, relief valves,
    counter balance valves, sequence valves, unloading valves, pressure reducing
    valves, Hydraulic fuse, pressure switch.

(d) Flow control valves : Basic two way valves, non-compensated flow control valves,
    check valves , control valve circuits, flow control valve with relief valve

(e) Directional control valves : Check valves, pilot check valves, two way valves,
    shuttle valves, three way valves, diversion valves, four way valves, solenoid control

(f)   Mechanical linkage system, servo system components, pressure pick up, amplifier,
      torque motor, servo valve, type directional control valve, oil pilot two stage
      actuation. Feedback circuits.

(g) Industrial Hydraulic Circuits: Pressure regulating circuit, remote control of fluid
    pressure circuit , counterbalance circuit, sequence circuit, speed control circuit,
    mater-in and meter-out circuit , basic automation circuit, Motion synchronizing
    circuit , servo circuits.

Productional planning control
Introduction , objectives, functions of Project Planning Ccontrol, Production procedures
organization of PPC, manufacturing methods nad PPC.

Capacity Planning
Measurement of capacity planning , estimating future capacity needs, factors
inctrumenting capacity need . Aggregate planning. Master production schedule.
Material requirement planning
Objective , functions,, MRP technology, MRP system , MRP outputs, MRP logic,
management resources.
Project scheduling
Objective of network analysis, Basic concept in network, Fulkerson’s rule, CPM,
Programme evaluation and review techniques.
Comparison between CPM and PERT.

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