2022-2023 Academic Catalog 
    
    Oct 04, 2022  
2022-2023 Academic Catalog

INT 10090 - Fluids

0.33 CR
In this module, the student will use Newton’s laws to describe and predict the motion of fluids. A fluid may take the form of a liquid or a gas. Most of the Earth’s surface is covered with a liquid, and the air above the Earth’s surface is a gas; furthermore, the motion of fluids, including the flow of blood in the body and the movement of water within plants, is essential to most living things. Fluids under pressure are used in manufacturing processes, such as in the use of compressed air, or compressed hydraulic fluids, so understanding the mechanics of fluids is important to anyone deeply involved in manufacturing.

Course Learning Outcomes:
  1. Apply general math, science, and engineering skills to the solution of engineering problems.
  2. Apply core concepts in Materials Science to solve engineering problems.
  3. Knowledgeable of contemporary issues relevant to Materials Science and Engineering.
  4. Select materials for design and construction.
  5. Design and conduct experiments and analyze data.
  6. Understand the professional and ethical responsibilities of a materials scientist and engineer.