Course Code 
Course Title 
Weekly Hours* 
ECTS 
Weekly Class Schedule 
T 
P 
ME304 
Fluid Mechanics 
3 
2 
6 
Mon 15.0016.50, Wed 12.0013.50 
Prerequisite 
MATH202 
It is a prerequisite to 

Lecturer 
Muhamed Hadziabdic 
Office Hours / Room / Phone 

Email 
mhadziabdic@ius.edu.ba 
Assistant 
Mahir Hafizovic 
Assistant Email 
mahir.hafizovic@gmail.com 
Course Objectives 
The course aims to introduce fundamentals of fluid mechanics, to train students in basic problem solving skills in hydrostatics and fluid dynamics, and make students aware of role of fluid mechanics in various engineering applications and design.

Textbook 
Fluid Mechanics 8th Edition
Fluid Mechanics by Frank White, Fluid Mechanics by Yunus Cengel

Learning Outcomes 
After successful completion of the course, the student will be able to: 
 Define the physical properties of a fluid and to explain the consequence of such properties on fluid flow.
 Apply integral relations for a control volume to compute various fluid mechanics problems.
 Apply the conservation principles of mass, linear momentum, and energy to fluid flow systems.
 Compute various problems of fluid flow in ducts.
 Compute the lift, drag, and moments acting on simple aerodynamic profiles and shapes in inviscid, steady fluid flows.
 Apply CFD software to compute fluid dynamics problem with moderate level of complexity

Teaching Methods 
Class discussions with examples. Active tutorial sessions combined with lab work for engaged learning and continuous feedback on progress. 
WEEK 
TOPIC 
REFERENCE 
Week 1 
Introduction and Basic Concepts 
Chapter 1 
Week 2 
Pressure distribution in a Fluid 
Chapter 2 
Week 3 
Pressure distribution in a Fluid 
Chapter 2 
Week 4 
Integral relations for a control volume (Basic laws of fluid mechanics, Reynolds transport theorem, Conservation of mass and momentum) 
Chapter 3 
Week 5 
Integral relations for a control volume (Bernoulli equation, Energy equation) 
Chapter 3 
Week 6 
Differential relations for fluid flow (NavierStokes equations) 
Chapter 4 
Week 7 
Midterm exam 

Week 8 
Differential relations for fluid flow (NavierStokes equations) 
Chapter 4 
Week 9 
Viscous flows in ducts 
Chapter 6 
Week 10 
Viscous flows in ducts 
Chapter 6 
Week 11 
Flow past immersed bodies 
Chapter 7 
Week 12 
Flow past immersed bodies 
Chapter 7 
Week 13 
Computational Fluid Dynamics 
Chapter 8 
Week 14 
Computational Fluid Dynamics 
Chapter 8 
Week 15 
Summary of the course 
