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EG 303 Fluid Mechanics 3 Cr.

A study of fluid properties and their significance. Fundamental mechanics of compressible and incompressible fluid motion with application to engineering problems. Topics include resistance of fluids in laminar and turbulent flow; open-channel flow; fluid statics; dimensional analysis and similitude. 3 Lecture hours. Prerequisite: MA 122, EG 206 or concurrent enrollment.


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Faculty: Charles A. Dana Professor Michael Puddicombe; Professors Jacques Beneat, R. Danner Friend, and Edwin Schmeckpeper; Associate Professors Nadia Al-Aubaidy,  Michael Kelley, Tara Kulkarni, Jack Patterson, Michael Prairie, Adam Sevi, Karen Supan and Moses Tefe; Assistant Professors Ali Al Bataineh,  Michael Cross, Carolina Payares-Asprino, Scott Smith, and Charles White; Lecturers Mark Atwood and Matt Rolland;  Donald Wallace Visiting Assistant Professor Ricardo Cruz-Lozano.

Mathematics Curriculum Overview

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...level) c2 3 MA 303 Advanced Calculus I...CE, CH, CS, EE, EG, ES, FN, GL...

Electrical & Computer Engineering

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...468 , EE 490 , EG 301 , EG 303 , EG 350 , EG 400 , EG 447 , ME 307...

Mechanical Engineering

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...Cr. Comp. EG 203 Materials Science 3 EG 303 Fluid Mechanics 3 EG 301 Mechanics...

Civil Engineering

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...EG 301 Mechanics of Materials 3 CE 422 Waste and Water Treatment 3 EG 303...

Chemistry & Biochemistry

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...Spring Cr. Comp. BI 303 Genetics 4 CH...MAJOR: 121-123 1 EG 110 may be...