1(p) Be able to setup, perform, evaluate and report on several elementary hydraulic experiments, including: static pressure force, impulse forces from a fluid jet, energy losses in pipe flow, minor energy losses in pipe systems, and flow over weirs in open channels.
2(a) Be able to perform basic calculations for static pressures and forces in fluids.
3(a) Understand conservation of mass, energy, and momentum principles as applied to fluid flow situations, and be able to apply them to flow analysis problems.
Drag and Lift
4(e) Understand the concepts of drag and lift and be able to apply both to solve introductory problems of forces and dynamics.
5(e) Understand alternate standard approaches and formulas, and be able to analyze and design pressure pipe systems.
Water Resources Engineering
6(p) Understand standard approach and formulas, and be able to analyze and design open-channel flow systems.
7(p) Understand the basic elements of pump and turbine flow, and be able to analyze and select the pump needed for situations involving fluid pumping.