M2045000
2 Physics: Fluidodynamics, Oscillations and Waves
This lecture introduces the fundamental understanding of fluid (liquid and gases) and its kinematics statically and dynamically,
or it can be called hydrodynamics. This lecture introduces the Pascal, Archimedes, and Bernoulli’s principles as well as Equation
of continuity which includes the physical quantity variable, temperature, pressure, force, and the characteristic of the fluid
(viscosity). The hydrodynamics principles of will be introduced in a mathematical form. After the midterm, the students will
learn more about the application of this principles in engineering and bioscience.
To understand the state of matter (gas, liquid, and solid) whereas the physics concept applies to the fluid (gas and liquid)
statistically and dynamically. Students shall understand the fundamental principles works on the fluid containing of temperature,
pressure, force, and equation of continuity. The students will finally introduce to the concept of viscosity and surface tension.
The students are also expected to understand the application of this principles in the engineering field such as airplane,
pump, and venturi meter, and in the bioscience field such as blood flow in human body, and the heart system.

Goals and objectives 
Course Outcomes 
1. 
The students understand the phase of matter, Pascal, Archimedes, and Bernoulli’s principles 
A1

2. 
The students learn the Equation of Continuity and its application 
A1

3. 
The students learn the Bernoulli’s Equation and its application 
A1

4. 
The students learn the fluid dynamics and its application in the engineering and bioscience 
A1

Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

Homew.+ particip. 
Midterm exam 
Final exam 
Total. 
1. 
3% 
10% 

13% 
2. 
10% 
10% 

20% 
3. 
10% 
10% 
20% 
40% 
4. 
7% 

20% 
27% 
Total. 
30% 
30% 
40% 
 
 Phase of Matter
COIL Program with Dr. Retno Asih from ITS will be conducted for 14 weeks.
 Fluid Statics: Pressure in Fluids
COIL Program
 Pascal Principles
COIL Program
 Archimedes Principles
COIL Program
 Fluid’s Dynamics: Flow Rate and the Equation of Continuity
COIL Program
 Fluid’s Dynamics: Flow Rate and the Equation of Continuity
COIL Program
 Midterm examination and discussion on problem and solution
COIL Program
 Application of Bernoulli’s equation: Torricelli, Airplanes, Baseballs, Blood Flow
Viscosity
Flow in tube: Poiseuille’s Equation, Blood Flow
COIL Program
 Application of Bernoulli’s Principle: Torricelli, Baseballs,
COIL Program
 Gas flow, heat transfer.
Conduction, Convection, Radiation
COIL Program
 Convention
Turbulent Flow
Reynold Number
COIL Program
 Viscosity, Laminar Viscous Flow
Turbulent Flow
Reynold Number
Prandtl Number
COIL Program
 Nusselt Number
Lesson recap
Rehearsal for Final examination
COIL Program
 Final exam and discussion on the solutions
COIL Program
Goals and objectives (Other Courses)
A:Fundamental Mechanical Engineering 
B:Advanced Mechanical Engineering 
C:Environment and Materials Engineering 
D:Chemistry and Biotechnology 
E:Electrical Engineering and Robotics 
G:Advanced Electronic Engineering 
F:Information and Communications Engineering 
L:Computer Science and Engineering 
H:Urban Infrastructure and Environment 
Evaluation method and criteria
Evaluation method and criteria 
HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) 
Amount of Time Required 
1) discussion participation in the class; 2) homework problem (emphasis put on originality of solutions); 3) midterm exam;
4) final exam, with relative weights of 30% (1+2), 30%(3), 40%(4). A minimum of 60% of the full score is required to pass
the course. That is to say two exams are sufficient (midterm and final) releasing therefore the pressure of having to score
the maximum in one exam only.

Review of the lecture 
100分 
 
 
100分 
Feedback on exams, assignments, etc.
ways of feedback 
specific contents about "Other" 
Feedback in the class 

Textbooks and reference materials
1. Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics by Douglass C. Giancoli fourth edition Chapter 13 (Pearson New
International Edition 2014)
2. A Course in classical Physics 2 – Fluids and Thermodynamics (Undergraduate Lecture Notes in Physics) Chapter 1 by Alessandro
Bettini (Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016)
Mathematical Methods in Physics and Engineering, Physics Mechanics, Calculus.
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
 Available time at room 43032 of Omiya Campus:
Monday 15:00  18:00 pm;
email: dita@shibaurait.ac.jp
Nonregionallyoriented course
Development of social and professional independence
 Course that cultivates an ability for utilizing knowledge
 Course that cultivates a basic problemsolving skills
Most classes are interactive
Course by professor with work experience
Work experience 
Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicable 
N/A 
N/A 
Education related SDGs:the Sustainable Development Goals
 3.GOOD HEALTH AND WELLBEING
 5.GENDER EQUALITY
 6.CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION
 7.AFFORDABLE AND CLEAN ENERGY
 8.DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
 9.INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
 11.SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES
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