In this module,

we will be reviewing the basic principles of knowledge area ten fluid mechanics.

The outline of fluid mechanics in the FE manual is like this.

First of all, we do flow, flow measurement.

Then fluid properties.

Then fluid statics, and then energy impulse and momentum equations.

The problem with this, though, is that more commonly we follow this outline,

which is what I will do here.

First of all, we typically look at fluid properties, and address what is a fluid,

then we do fluid statics, forces and pressures in stationary fluids.

Then we look at continuity and energy equations.

Which are needed for understanding and applying flow measurement.

And then we'll finish with similitude and dimensional analysis.

And this will be the outline I will follow in this module.