Overview of course syllabus. Review of mass conservation in differential form. Newton's law for a system with varying mass.

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Viscous fluxes in momentum equation. Mean free path in a gas. Derivation of viscosity. Viscous form of the momentum equation.

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Analogy of viscous fluxes with shear stresses in solid mechanics. Fluid kinematics and strain rates: volume distortion, angular distortion. Navier's linear stress-strain relationship.

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Stokes' hypothesis. Mechanical pressure. Navier-Stokes equations. Navier-Stokes equations for constant density flows. Poiseuille flow. Couette flow in a journal bearing. Torque and power needed to rotate a bearing. Viscous momentum equation in cylindrical and axisymmetric coordinates.

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Rotary viscous coupling problem. Double film on wall problem. Fully-developed flow in pipes.

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Darcy and Fanno friction factor. Derivation and applicability of the hydraulic diameter. Stokes flow.

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Stokes flow in duct with varying area cross section. Reynolds equations for lubrication theory.

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Stokes flow around a sphere. Oseen's approximation. Rayleigh's problem over an unsteady flat plate: self-similar solutions.

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Rayleigh problem wall shear stress. Analogy with the boundary layer. Velocity in boundary layer using polynomial fit through boundary conditions.