Fluid Mechanics

Fluid mechanics is a branch of engineering concerned with the behavior of fluids including liquids and gases that involves the study of fluid properties, fluid statics, kinematics and dynamics. Key concepts in fluid mechanics such as fluid pressure, buoyancy, flow rate, Bernoulli’s principle, viscosity, lift and drag forces allows engineers to analyze and design fluid flow systems like pipes, pumps, turbines, ships, planes and other hydraulic machinery.

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