AE412/ME411: Viscous Flow and Heat Transfer
Due to the pandemic, this course is offered online only. The class structure is as follows:
- All lectures will be on zoom and recorded.
- All students will have access to all recorded lectures.
- All lectures will be given synchronously on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 am – 11:50 am CDT (UTC-5). Note: Standard time (Central Standard Time (CST), UTC-6) starts November 1, 2020.
- All assessments (e.g., homeworks, projects, exams) will be asychronous so that students taking this course from a different time zone will be fully supported.
The class information on the rest of this webpage is correct and up-to-date.
The class Zoom link is here. Note that access is restricted to people with @illinois.edu e-mails. You must sign into http://illinois.zoom.us or sign into the Zoom app with your @illinois.edu login.
Information
Instructor |
Professor D. J. Bodony | Credit |
4 hours |
---|---|---|---|
Office |
306C Talbot | Time |
10:00-11:50 am |
E-mail |
bodony at illinois.edu | Location |
Online |
Office Hours |
Continuously online via Piazza, and Thursdays 9–10 am CDT via Zoom. |
Course description
Momentum and thermal transport in wall boundary-layer and free shear flows, solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations for heat conducting laminar and turbulent shear flows; similarity concepts; thermal boundary layers in ducts and high-speed aerodynamic boundary layers.
Recommended texts:
- Incompressible Flow, R. L. Panton, Fourth Edition, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
- Fluid Mechanics, P. K. Kundu et al., Fifth Edition, Elsevier Inc.
- Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, T. L. Bergman and A. S. Lavine, Eighth Edition, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Other Recommended Texts
A large number of excellent textbooks are also available through the engineering library. They are:
- Album of fluid motion, by Milton Van Dyke.
- Boundary-layer theory, by Hermann Schlichting.
- Convective heat transfer, by Louis C. Burmeister.
- Fluid mechanics, by L.D. Landau and E.M. Lifshitz. Translated from the Russian by J.B. Sykes and W.H. Reid.
- Fundamental mechanics of fluids, by I.G. Currie.
- Introduction to fluid dynamics, by G.K. Batchelor.
- Transport phenomena, by R. Byron Bird, Warren E. Stewart, Edwin N. Lightfoot.
- Viscous fluid flow, by Frank M. White.
Online discussions
Piazza will be used exclusively for online discussions of the class lectures, homeworks, exams, and so on. Please label your comments using the listed tags. Piazza enables mathematical formulas and code snippets to be included in each post with nice formatting; please learn how to effectively format here.
Homework, project, and exam submissions
We will compass2g for submissions. Here is the link to compass2g and AE 412/ME 411 will be available as one of your menu options. Please see the homework submission instructions for specific details.
Handouts, References & Homework
- Detailed syllabus
- Homework submission requirements
- Cartesian tensors and index notation
- Homework 1 (solution)
- National Committee for Fluid Mechanics Films
- Integral governing equations
- Homework 2 (solution)
- Homework 3 (solution)
- Homework 4 (solution)
- Final Project Description (examples from 2012 and 2014)
- Take-home Midterm (due 13 November 2020 by 11:59 pm CST on compass2g)
- 2020 final project titles
- Homework 5 (Due 4 Dec 2020 on compass2g)
- Homework 6 (Due 9 Dec 2020 on compass2g)
Videos
Hosted on mediaspace. Note: you need to use your @illinois.edu to access the videos.
- 2020-08-25
- 2020-08-27
- 2020-09-01
- 2020-09-03
- 2020-09-08
- 2020-09-10
- 2020-09-15
- 2020-09-17
- 2020-09-17 (original mp4) 2020-09-17 (mediaspace)
- 2020-09-22
- 2020-09-24
- 2020-09-29
- 2020-10-01
- 2020-10-06
- 2020-10-08
- 2020-10-13
- 2020-10-15
- 2020-10-20
- 2020-10-22
- 2020-10-27
- 2020-10-29
- 2020-11-05
- 2020-11-10
- 2020-11-12
- 2020-11-19
In-class notes
- 2020-08-25
- 2020-08-27
- 2020-09-01
- 2020-09-03
- 2020-09-08
- 2020-09-10
- 2020-09-15
- 2020-09-17
- 2020-09-22
- 2020-09-24
- 2020-09-29
- 2020-10-01
- 2020-10-06 (Note: Reconstructed from movie so may look weird.)
- 2020-10-08
- 2020-10-13
- 2020-10-15
- 2020-10-20
- 2020-10-22
- 2020-10-27
- 2020-10-29
- 2020-11-05
- 2020-11-10
- 2020-11-12
- 2020-11-19