Mekanika Fluida 2 Teknik Lingkungan


a.      Department, Course Code, Title of Course

Environmental Engineering, TL2201, Fluid Mechanics 2

b.     Course Description

Second course in fluid mechanics. Includes dimension and units, Basic concepts of open channel flow, applications of mass and energy conservation principles, numerical computations of flow profiles, design of open channels, and applications in flood control and storm water management. Course covers steady flow only

c.      Prerequisite/-s

Fluid Mechanics 2

d.     Textbooks/ Required Materials

  1. Open-Channel Hydraulics, 1st Ed., Ven Te Chow, McGraw-Hill, 1959
  2. Schaums, Schaums Series: Mechanics of Fluids, McGraw Hill, 1982.
  3. Ranald V. Giles, Introduction to Fluid Mechanics,  Penerbit Erlangga

e.      Course Objectives

Calculate the normal and critical depths in channels and understand the importance of these parameters in open flow. Qualitatively estimate flow profiles. Design open channels. Understand the behavior of commonly used hydraulic structures such as culverts, weirs, spillways, and energy dissipators. Use computational methods to analyze flow in open channels.

f.       Topics Covered

Open channel properties, Flows regime, Flows measurement, Bernoulli Equation in open channel, Turbulence and critical flow concept, Flows profile classification, Design of open channel, Compressible fluid dynamics.

g.      Planned Schedule

2 hours per week (added by 4.5 hours in 10 weeks for laboratory works)

h.     Contributions of Course to Professional Component

This course develops the fundamentals of fluid mechanics, particularly on open channel and problem solving skills necessary to environmental engineers.

i.        Relationships of Course to Program Objectives

This course provides the following outcomes:

  1. Apply mathematics and physics
  2. Identify engineering problems, particularly on design of operating units and utilities


Open Channel properties; Flow regime: To understand the basic properties of open channel flows, including dimensional analysis and concepts of pressure, energy and mass transfer; in practice/laboratory work, to apply for fluid flow measurement and analysis.

Conservation of Mass, Momentum and Energy: To understand and have an ability to apply the Bernoulli equation to solve problems in fluid mechanics; to apply for problems of losses in fluid flows. Calculate the normal and critical depths in channels and understand the importance of these parameters in open flow.

Design of Open Channel: To understand the behavior of commonly used hydraulic structures such as culverts, weirs, spillways, and energy dissipators, included using computational methods to analyze flow in open channels. To have an ability to apply the concepts developed for fluid flow analysis to issues in some environmental/sanitary infrastructure design.

Introduction to Compressible Fluid: To build and to ensemble the knowledge of properties of compressible fluids, to understand the different implementation of concept between compressible and uncompressible fluid dynamics.


Course Outcomes: Outcomes addressed Evaluation Methods
To make students view fluids based on physical laws.To enable students analyze fluids phenomena using physical laws and mathematics.To make students link real fluids with descriptive/analytical work.To stimulate students’ interest in understanding the complex world of fluids. 1a1a1a, 1b, 1f, 2a3d, 4a, 4b 1,2,3,41,2,3,411,3,4

The Outcomes items (ABET Based) are listed below:

1a. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering.

1b. Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as analyze and interpret data.

1c. Ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs.

1d. Ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.

1e. Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

1f. Obtain outstanding capabilities in utilizing computing.

1g. Able to solve real-world open-ended problems that require creativity and risk-taking.

2a. Ability to organize effective and concise written engineering reports and memos.

2b. Ability to organize and deliver engineering work in a formal oral presentation.

2c. Ability to engage in or lead dialogue that contributes to productive work in a disciplinary or multidisciplinary team environment.

3a. Ability to function I multidisciplinary teams.

3b. Have the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a contemporary global and national context.

3d. Recognize the need for and have the ability to engage in life-long learning.

3e. Be instructed by faculty with a commitment to both teaching and research.

4a. Faculty will have a commitment to foster a student’s educational and professional development.

4b. Faculty will strive to create a distinctive feature of a Clarkson education that will attract students to the University.


Evaluation Methods      :

1. Homework                 5%

2. Laboratory Works   25%

3. Midterm Test             30%

4. Final Test                     40%



1. Pendahuluan

2. sd 13….(sedang diproses)

14. Aliran Multifase (Introduction to multiphase flow)