


S.HOSIEN MOUSAVIZADEGAN


Courses

Aims 
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)(SPRING_2017) * Motion Equations in Differential Forms * Partial differential equations * Finite Difference Methods, FDM * Finite Volume Methods * Boundary Element Method, BEM (Panel Method) * Finite Element Methods

Numerical modeling of fluid flow 
Fluid Mechanics (I)(SPRING_2017) * introduction to the course program and syllabus, definition of fluid, the application of the fluid mechanics, fluid as a continuum , dimensions and units * Fluid flow field, the thermodynamic properties of fluids, viscosity, surface tension, the vapor pressure and cavitation * Basic flow analysis techniques, Flow patterns: streamlines, pathlines and streaklines, Pressure and pressure gradient, The basic equation of fluid statics * Absolute and Gage pressure, vacuum pressure, Hydrostatic pressure distributions in liquids and gases, Manometers, The hydrostatic forces on plane surfaces * The hydrostatic forces on curved surfaces, The hydrostatic forces in layered fluids * Buoyancy and Stability, Fluids in rigidbody motions * Basic physical laws of fluid flow, Systems and control volumes, The Reynolds transport theorem, Conservation of mass * The Linear momentum equation, Midterm Exam: Feb. 12, 2011 * The angular momentum equation * The energy equation, The Bernoulli equation * Dimensional analysis and similitude, Dimensional homogeneity, The Pi theorem, Dimensionless parameters * Modeling of fluid flow, Geometric, kinematic and dynamic similarity, The Viscous flow in ducts, Laminar and turbulent flows, Internal and external flow, Head loss and the friction factor * Laminar fully developed flow in pipes, Turbulent pipe flow * Various types of pipe flow problems, Minor losses in pipe systems * The flow in noncircular ducts, Fluid flow measurement

Study of fluid behavior in static and dynamic conditions and the fluid flow governing equations 
Marine Hydrodynamics (I)(SPRING_2017) * Introduction  Marine Hydrodynamics * Fundamental of fluid flow equations * Motion equations of a marine vehicle * An introduction to the sea environment , waves and linear waves theories * Ship resistance * Ships propulsion

Investigation on the interaction of moving ship with the sea environment 
Dynamics of Marine Vehicles(FALL_2016)

Study of the behavior of marine vehicle in seaway 
Fluid Mechanics (I)(FALL_2016) * introduction to the course program and syllabus, definition of fluid, the application of the fluid mechanics, fluid as a continuum , dimensions and units * Fluid flow field, the thermodynamic properties of fluids, viscosity, surface tension, the vapor pressure and cavitation * Basic flow analysis techniques, Flow patterns: streamlines, pathlines and streaklines, Pressure and pressure gradient, The basic equation of fluid statics * Absolute and Gage pressure, vacuum pressure, Hydrostatic pressure distributions in liquids and gases, Manometers, The hydrostatic forces on plane surfaces * The hydrostatic forces on curved surfaces, The hydrostatic forces in layered fluids * Buoyancy and Stability, Fluids in rigidbody motions * Basic physical laws of fluid flow, Systems and control volumes, The Reynolds transport theorem, Conservation of mass * The Linear momentum equation, Midterm Exam: Feb. 12, 2011 * The angular momentum equation * The energy equation, The Bernoulli equation * Dimensional analysis and similitude, Dimensional homogeneity, The Pi theorem, Dimensionless parameters * Modeling of fluid flow, Geometric, kinematic and dynamic similarity, The Viscous flow in ducts, Laminar and turbulent flows, Internal and external flow, Head loss and the friction factor * Laminar fully developed flow in pipes, Turbulent pipe flow * Various types of pipe flow problems, Minor losses in pipe systems * The flow in noncircular ducts, Fluid flow measurement

Study of fluid behavior in static and dynamic conditions and the fluid flow governing equations 
Marine Engineering (I)(FALL_2016) * Introduction  Marine engineering * Main propulsion design procedures * Introducing different types of engines and mechanisms using in ships propulsion * Diesel Engines and matching and selection of them for ships

An introduction to the main propulsion systems of ships 
Fluid Mechanics (I)(SPRING_2016) * introduction to the course program and syllabus, definition of fluid, the application of the fluid mechanics, fluid as a continuum , dimensions and units * Fluid flow field, the thermodynamic properties of fluids, viscosity, surface tension, the vapor pressure and cavitation * Basic flow analysis techniques, Flow patterns: streamlines, pathlines and streaklines, Pressure and pressure gradient, The basic equation of fluid statics * Absolute and Gage pressure, vacuum pressure, Hydrostatic pressure distributions in liquids and gases, Manometers, The hydrostatic forces on plane surfaces * The hydrostatic forces on curved surfaces, The hydrostatic forces in layered fluids * Buoyancy and Stability, Fluids in rigidbody motions * Basic physical laws of fluid flow, Systems and control volumes, The Reynolds transport theorem, Conservation of mass * The Linear momentum equation, Midterm Exam: Feb. 12, 2011 * The angular momentum equation * The energy equation, The Bernoulli equation * Dimensional analysis and similitude, Dimensional homogeneity, The Pi theorem, Dimensionless parameters * Modeling of fluid flow, Geometric, kinematic and dynamic similarity, The Viscous flow in ducts, Laminar and turbulent flows, Internal and external flow, Head loss and the friction factor * Laminar fully developed flow in pipes, Turbulent pipe flow * Various types of pipe flow problems, Minor losses in pipe systems * The flow in noncircular ducts, Fluid flow measurement

Study of fluid behavior in static and dynamic conditions and the fluid flow governing equations 
Maneuverability & Control of Ship(SPRING_2016)


Special Ships Design (Submarine)(SPRING_2016)

Knowing about the design and hydrodynamiic principles of underwater vehicles 
Advanced Hydrodynamics(FALL_2015)


Fluid Mechanics Lab(FALL_2015)


Fluid Mechanics Lab(FALL_2015)


Marine Engineering (I)(FALL_2015)


Principles of Marine Hydraulics(FALL_2015)













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