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TÜV-R 01 100 1934918 Republic of the Philippines


CENTRAL BICOL STATE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE
San Jose, Pili, Camarines Sur 4418
www.cbsua.edu.ph

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND FOOD SCINCE

PHILOSOPHY UNIVERSITY GOALS

Education for Sustainable Human Development 1. Enable transformative and inclusive learning experiences
2. Generate new knowledge and technologies
VISION 3. Engage and empower communities
4. Intensify internationalization and resource generation
An Agricultural Research University of Global Standards initiatives
5. Establish one e-governance system
6. Enhance management of university resources
MISSION
GUIDING VALUES
Leading innovations, building resilient and sustainable
communities  Quality and Excellence  Teamwork and Unity
 Professionalism  Liberalism
 Institutional Pride
QUALITY POLICY
Central Bicol State University of Agriculture is committed CORE PRINCIPLES
to lead innovations in instruction, research, extension and
resource generation for clients' satisfaction, uphold its core  Discipline
values and principles and satisfy all applicable requirements and  Respect
standards through continual improvement of its quality  Care
management system.

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COLLEGE GOALS UNIVERSITY GOALS
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Develop student’s life-long ability and skills to make them work-ready, √ √
life-ready and world-ready
2. Upgrade continuously the quality of the Agricultural and Biosystems √ √ √
Engineering and Food Science and Technology programs
3. Enhance qualification of faculty members and staff √ √ √ √
4. Modernize infrastructure facilities and equipment for instruction, research, √ √ √ √
extension, production and entrepreneurial development
5. Develop, implement and deliver cutting-edge gender cum environment- √ √ √ √
friendly research, extension, production and entrepreneurial programs.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES COLLEGE GOALS


After 3-5 years, the graduates of the BSABE program shall: 1 2 3 4 5
1. Provide leadership in planning, implementation and monitoring
ABE projects and programs; √ √ √ √ √
2. Occupy supervisory positions in private and public organizations,
locally and internationally; √ √ √ √ √
3. Own and manage agricultural and biosystems engineering-based √ √ √ √ √
business enterprises
4. Pursue advance studies in ABE and emerging related fields; and √ √ √ √ √
5. Occupy responsible positions in ABE education √ √ √ √ √

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STUDENTS OUTCOMES (PROGRAM OUTCOMES) PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 5
By the time of graduation, the students of the BSABE program shall be able
to:
a. Apply knowledge of mathematics and science to solve complex AB engineering √ √ √ √ √
b. problems;
Design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data; √ √ √ √ √
c. Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic
d. constraints, in accordance with
Function in multidisciplinary andthe standards; teams;
multi-cultural √
e. Identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems; √ √ √ √ √
f. Understand professional and ethical responsibility;
g. Communicate effectively complex AB engineering activities with the engineering
h. community and
Understand the with society
impact of ABatengineering
large; solutions in a global, economic,
i. environmental and societal context;
Recognize the need for, and engage in life-long learning
j. Know contemporary issues;
k. Use techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for AB engineering √ √ √ √ √
l. practice;
Know and understand engineering and management principles as a member and
m. leader of a team,
Understand to manage
at least projectsfield
one specialized in a of
multidisciplinary environment;
ABE practice; and

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COURSE SYLLABUS

1. Course Code ESCI 107


2. Course Name Fluid Mechanics
3. Course Properties of fluids, fluid statics, kinematics and dynamics; flow in pressure conduits and open channels;
Description fluid measurements and turbo machinery.
4. Credit Units 4 units (3 units lecture, 1 unit laboratory)
5. Contact Hours 6 hours (3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory)
6. Prerequisite Engineering Mechanics
7. Values Integration Infusion of CBSUA and CEFS Core Values into the course through the emphasis on the development of
interpersonal and collaborative skills thru team/group work and participation in classroom interaction and
laboratory exercises.

8. Course Learning Outcomes Program Outcomes*


At the end of the course, the students must be able to: a b c d e f g h i j k l m
1. discuss the principles of fluid mechanics, √ √ √
2. compute fluid flow problems, and √ √ √
3. apply the principles of fluid mechanics to the analysis and
√ √ √
solution to engineering problems.
*Level: I – Introductory, P- Practice, E – Enabling, D – Demonstrative

9. Course Coverage

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Time Intended Learning Topics Teaching and Learning Assessment
Allotmen Outcomes (ILOs) Activities Task
t
Week 1 In this learning experience, the I. Introduction Lecture presentation Learning contract,
students are expected to: VMGO Sample problems Pre-assessment
a. inculcate in themselves Quality Policy Laboratory exercise 1 online quiz (pre-test),
the sense of pride and the core Course Outline, Grading Workout Laboratory exercise
values of CBSUA, System and Classroom
b. know the requirements Policies Additional reading report 1,
of the course, II. Fluid Properties materials Workout,
c. define mathematically a. Definition Post-assessment
fluids and their properties b. Properties online quiz

Week 2-3 At the end of the unit, the


III. Fluid mechanics Lecture presentation Workout
students should be able to A. Pressure at a point Sample problems Laboratory exercise
solve problems about
B. Manometer Laboratory exercise 2 report 2
manometers, forces on
plane areas and forces on C. Forces on plane areas Workout
curve surfaces. D. Forces on curve surfaces Additional reading
E. Buoyant force materials

Week 4-6 At the end of the unit, the Fluid flow concepts Lecture presentation Workout
students can: a. Flow characteristics Sample problems Laboratory exercise
Define mathematically the b. Concepts of system and Laboratory exercise 3 report 3
basic concepts and solve control volume Workout
problems in fluid flows c. Continuity equation Additional reading
d. Bernoulli’s equation materials
e. Reversibility, irreversibility and
losses
f. Momentum equation

Week 6 Assessment 1 Practice exercise


Week 7-9 At the end of the unit, the Fluid resistance Lecture presentation Workout
students can: a. Laminar, incompressible, Sample problems
steady flows Workout
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Solve problems on fluid b. Reynold’s number, Prandt Additional reading
resistance mixing length materials
c. Boundary layer concept

Week 10- At the end of the unit, the Fluid measurement Lecture presentation Workout
12 students can: a. Pressure measurement Sample problems Laboratory exercise
b. Velocity measurement Laboratory exercise 4 report 4
a. perform fluid flow c. Orifice Workout
measurements d. Venture meter, nozzle Additional reading
b. use the equations
e. Weirs materials
of flow measuring
devices to estimate
flow rates

Week 12 Assessment 2 Practice exercise


Week 13 At the end of the unit, the Steady closed conduit flow Lecture presentation Workout
-14 students can: a. Steady incompressible flow in Sample problems Laboratory exercise
pipe system Laboratory exercise 5 report 5
Solve problems on closed
conduits b. Head losses in pipes Workout
c. Hydraulic and energy grade Additional reading
lines materials
Week 15 At the end of the unit, the Steady flow in open channel Lecture presentation Workout
– 16 students can: A. Classification of flow Sample problems Laboratory exercise
B. Best hydraulic section Laboratory exercise 6 report 6
solve problems on open C. Steady uniform flow Workout
channel D. Critical flow Additional reading
materials
Week 17- At the end of the unit, the Turbomachinery Lecture presentation Workout
18 students can: a. Specific speed Sample problems Laboratory exercise
Solve problems on turbo b. Elementary cascade theory Laboratory exercise 7 report 7
machineries c. Theory of turbomachines Workout
d. Turbines Additional reading

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e. Pumps and blower materials
f. Compressor
Week 18 Assessment 3 Examination
10. List of Laboratory Exercises

Laboratory Exercise No. Title of Laboratory Exercise


1 Fluid and its Properties
2 Surface Tension and Buoyancy
3 Fluid Flows
4 Flow Measurements
5 Losses in Pipes
6 Open Channel Flows
7 Turbo Machinery

11. Course Assessment

Assessment 1 30%
Practice exercise 20%
Laboratory Reports 10%
Assessment 2 30%
Practice exercise 20%
Laboratory Reports 10%
Assessment 3 40%
Examination 25%
Laboratory Reports 15%
TOTAL 100%
12. Resources Needed

A. References
Cengel, Yunus A. 2010. Fluid Mechanics Fundamentals and Applications. McGraw Hill Higher Education. USA
Gillesania, D.I.T. 1999. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics. Gillesania Printing Press, Ormoc City, Leyte, Philippines.
King, H.W., et.Al. 1984. Hydraulics. 5th Edition, John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
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Kundu, P.K. and Cohen I.A. 2004. Fluid Mechanics, Elsevier Academic Press.
Streeter, V.L. and E. Benjamin Wylie. 1983. Fluid Mechanics. 1 st SI Metric Edition. McGwar Hill International Book
Company.
Stum, Terry W. 2010. Open Channel Hydraulics. McGraw Hill Higher Education, Boston.
White, Frank M. 2011. Fluid Mechanics. McGraw-Hill Singapore.

B. Online Sources
Bansal, RK. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines. Laxmi Publications LTD. 2017.
https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=1223878&site=ehost-live
Das, Gautham P. Hydraulic Engineering: Fundamental Concepts. Momentum Press. 2016.
https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=1135114&site=ehost-live
Groover, M. P. 2010. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics. 8 th Edition. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Retrieved June 29, 2020 from
file:///C:/Users/asus/Downloads/643d54cbb5e50cf4a6e978af475a98a2-original.pdf

C. Teaching-Learning Facilities/Equipment
Lecture guides, laboratory manual, audio-visual presentations, overhead projector and laptop, white/black
board, laboratory equipment in fluid mechanics.

Course Title: Prepared by: Recommending Approval: Approved by:


Fluid Mechanics

Date Effective: ROLANDO G. DE ASIS, ABE GLAIZA J. VISITACION, ABE JENNIFER M. EBOÑA, PhD
Instructor Chairperson, DAEN Dean, CEFS
1st Semester, SY 2020-2021
Date Signed:

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