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12-356 Fluid Mechanics Lab
Civil & Environmental Eng
Fluid properties: density, specific gravity, viscosity; fluid characteristics; continuity, conservation of energy; fluid behavior: center of pressure, pipe flow, open-channel flow. Laboratory experiments illustrating basic principles. 1 hr. lab.
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Spring 2005 times
10:30 - 11:50 am
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