基本素養 Basic Literacy
Spirit of Humanism
Environmental and Social Caring
The ability to apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and technology.
The abilities to design and implement experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
Possessing the skills, rules and tools to execute hydraulic and ocean engineering operation.
The skills to design, construct, maintain and manage Hydraulic and Ocean systems.
The abilities of project management, effective communication and team work.
The abilities to search, analyze and solve problems.
Be aware of current global issues, understand how engineering technology influences the environment, community and the world, as well as develop self-learning habits and abilities.
Understanding professional ethics and social responsibility.
課程概述 Course Description在建立必須的流體力學知識基礎之後，本課程著重基本流體力學統御方程式之微分積分型態，速度、壓力、流區組合成的流場概念，黏性、非黏性流場，層流與紊流流場性質之性質，簡易管路設計概念、邊界層概念、浮力與阻力之影響與估算等。 內容包括： *流場微分解析 *因次分析、相似性與實驗模型 *管流 *邊界層、浮力與阻力之作用
After being aware of some fundamental aspects of fluid mechanics, we focus on the expanding the basic methods generally used to solve fluid mechanics problems. Emphasis is placed on understanding how flow phenomena are describe mathematically and on how to describe and use conservative laws, especially under some specific assumptions (irrotational flows). The effects of fluid friction (viscosity) on pressure and velocity are considered in some detail. In addition, the advantages of using dimensional analysis and similitude for organizing data and for planning experiments and the basic techniques are involved. It consists of *Differential analysis of fluid flow * Dimensional analysis, similitude and modeling * Viscous flows in pipes * Flow over immersed bodies
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