Fluid Mechanics: An Introductory Course

person icon Shubham Gupta

Fluid Mechanics: An Introductory Course

Introduction to Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Properties for Mechanical Engineering & Civil Engineering

updated on icon Updated on Dec, 2023

language icon Language - English

person icon Shubham Gupta

architecture icon Engineering,Mechanical Engineering,Civil Engineering,Mechanics,Science & Technology

Lectures -17

Duration -40 mins


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Course Description

In short "Furnace baked concepts wrapped up with cheesy examples, loaded with facts marinated in fun and served with hot fluids."  :-)

We have keenly curated this course so that the development of understanding about the subject happens as quickly as a pie. It is a very flexible course put together for both ultra-quick learning as well as detailed learning. It is being constructed in such a fashion that it helps students short on time or just before the night of an exam to cover up the topics swiftly. At the same time, it includes bonus sections for all those curious creatures out there always trying to join threads and connections to their understanding of the world. We are already getting some positive feedback on the course really tickling some funny bones and it is definitely not like the conventional courses one comes across.


What will you learn in this course:


· To present the basic principles and equations of fluid mechanics.

· To develop an intuitive understanding of fluid mechanics by emphasizing physics and reinforcing that understanding through engaging graphics and animations.

· To Help you in preparation for entrance exams (like GATE, GRE, IES etc.) as well as college exams.

We have tried to use all sorts of teaching techniques like virtual whiteboards, animations, graphs, etc. to be able to bring out the best content for our students.


What are the prerequisites for this course?

Elementary knowledge of mechanics and differential calculus is desirable.

Fluid Mechanics: An Introductory Course


Check out the detailed breakdown of what’s inside the course

2 Lectures
  • play icon About the Tutor & the Course 01:34 01:34
  • play icon What will you learn 01:03 01:03
Definition of Fluids
2 Lectures
Definition of Mechanics & its Classification
2 Lectures
Difference between Fluids & Solids
1 Lectures
Properties of Fluid
9 Lectures
Summary and Closing
1 Lectures

Instructor Details

Shubham Gupta

Shubham Gupta

I am Shubham, an inventor turned tutor. I have 7+ yrs of experience in teaching robotics, mechanical & electronics to college students as well as science, social studies & maths to 6-12 students. I have completed my masters in Mechatronics [Gold Medalist (CGPA=9.39)] from VIT, Vellore and my bachelors in Mechanical Engineering (CGPA=8.5). Also, I have qualified GATE exam in mechanical engineering. I have an issued Patent in an AI-based System [in 202041003260]. Another one in the mechanical field [in 201941030274] is published. I am also a recipient of Dr. J Kamdar Award.

Experienced in teaching GCSE, IB, Edexcel, BTEC, GRE, SAT, MCAT, AP, CBSE, ICSE, A-Level, O-Level, ACT, ATAR, UK Curriculum, USA Curriculum, AUSTRALIAN Curriculum, SINGAPORE Curriculum, Olympiad and College Level.

Other than this I have been a consistent part of various 3-days (21 hr) extensive paid workshops at prestigious institutions like VIT and a few other eminent colleges in South India.

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