Fluid Dynamics Sample Lecture

Fluid dynamics is a key subject in Chemical Engineering. We are often interested in how we can transport fluids, this often leads to analysing fluid flow through pipes.

In the example lecture below, Dr Matt Keith covers a series of key Chemical Engineering topics including the Reynolds Number, Darcey-Weisbach equation and flow regimes. These are all important aspects of a first year Chemical Engineering degree. This lecture is designed to be a taster of the academic side to a Chemical Engineering degree, so don’t worry if you can’t understand everything!

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