Taught in Spanish at the Pontificia Universidad Católica and may not be offered every semester.
This course will provide students with the necessary tools to recognize and identify situations where engineering design requires the use of fluid mechanics, to elaborate simple quantitative models of fluid behavior with different perspectives: global, differential and experimental. In addition, students will be able to use the basic methods and techniques to analyze and quantify fluid behavior and to know the hypothesis associated and scopes and limitations of the different perspectives. Syracuse Students: While this course is equivalent to MAE 341 on the main campus, it carries only 3 credits. Discuss with your ECS Study Abroad Advisor how to make up the 1-credit deficiency. (ICH 1104)
Prereqs: Thermodynamics, Calculus 3 and Differential Equations
Department: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering