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The study of fluids is primarily called Fluid Mechanics which is a branch of physics. While dealing with fluid problems, different measurements like pressure, hydrostatic forces are very much essential. It can be further subdivided into fluid statics, the study of fluids at rest, and fluid dynamics, the study of fluids in motion. This subject contains marks weightage of 6 to 7 in GATE Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering.


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GATE 2019 Syllabus for Fluid Mechanics        GATE 2019 ​ – ​To test the performance and understanding capability of students  in their graduate fields Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering GATE which is  a national level exam is being conducted. In M.E/M-Tech and other NITs  throughout India this test is useful for the admissions. On behalf of the  National Coordination Board GATE exam is jointly conducted by the seven IITs  Indian Institute of Technology and IISc Indian Institute of Science – GATE  Department of Higher Education Ministry of Human Resource Development   MHRD Government of India. In many of the government and private  organizations GATE score is important for the recruitment. GATE score is  compulsory for many private organizations  1

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About Fluid Mechanics  ​The study of fluids is primarily called Fluid Mechanics which is a branch of  physics. While dealing with fluid problems different measurements like  pressure hydrostatic forces are very much essential. It can be further  subdivided into fluid statics the study of fluids at rest and fluid dynamics the  study of fluids in motion. This subject contains marks weightage of 6 to 7 in  GATE Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering.    Syllabus of Fluid Mechanics- ​GATE 2019  Flow and Fluid Properties  Incompressible and compressible flows differences between laminar and  turbulent flows Viscosity the relationship between stress and strain rate for  Newtonian fluids Hydrostatics: Buoyancy manometry forces on submerged  bodies  Kinematics  The concept of local and convective accelerations Eulerian and Lagrangian

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description of fluids motion steady and unsteady flows  Integral Analysis  Control volume analysis for mass momentum and energy.  Differential Analysis  Differential equations of mass and momentum for incompressible flows: the  inviscid concept of fluid rotation vorticity stream function Exact solutions of  Navier-Stokes equation for Couette Flow and Poiseuille flow – Euler equation  and viscous flows – Navier-Stokes equations  Inviscid Flows  Elementary plane flows – uniform flow source Bernoulli’s equation –  assumptions and applications potential function sink and doublet and their  superposition for potential flow past simple geometries  Dimensional Analysis  The concept of geometric kinematic and dynamic similarity Reynolds number  Froude number and Mach number some common non-dimensional parameters  and their physical significance:  Internal Flows  Fully developed pipe flow friction factor and Darcy-Weisbach relation  empirical relations for laminar and turbulent flows  Prandtl boundary layer equations  Drag and lift forces.Concept and assumptions the qualitative idea of boundary

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layer and separation streamlined and bluff bodies Flow measurements: Basic  ideas of flow measurement using venturimeter pitot-static tube and orifice  plate  Exam Pattern for GATE 2019    Section  Question  No  No of  Questions  Marks per  Question  Total  Marks                 General Aptitude  1 to 5  5  1  5     6 to 10  5  2  10  Technical   Engineering  1 to 25  25  1  25  Mathematics  26 to 55  30  2  60     Total Questions: 65

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Total Marks: 100  Total Duration : 3 hours  Technical Section: 70 marks  General Aptitude: 15 marks  Engineering Mathematics: 15 marks  25 marks to 40 marks will be allotted to Numerical Answer Type Questions  Reference Books for Fluid Mechanics- GATE 2019  ● An Introduction to Fluid Dynamics by G. K. Batchelor  ● Physical Fluid Dynamics by D. J. Tritton  ● Fluid Mechanics by L. D. Landau and E. M. Lifshitz  ● Turbulence in Fluids Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications by Marcel Lesieur  ● Analytical Methods for Problems of Molecular Transport Fluid Mechanics and  Its Applications by I.N. Ivchenko S.K. Loyalka and R.V. Tompson  ● A Textbook of Fluid Mechanics by Suparna Mukhopadhyay  ● An Introduction to Theoretical Fluid Mechanics by Stephen Childress  ● An Introduction to the Mechanics of Fluids by Edwin H. Barton  ● Complex Fluids: The Physics of Emulsions by M.E. Cates  ● Basics of Fluid Mechanics by Genick Bar–Meir  ● Fundamentals of Compressible Fluid Mechanics by Genick Bar–Meir  ● Computational Fluid Mechanics by Abdulnaser Sayma  ● Microfluidics by Philippe Marmottant  ● Computational Fluid Dynamics: Technologies and Applications by Igor V. Minin

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Oleg V. Minin  ● Statistical Mechanics of Two Dimensional and Geophysical Flows by Freddy  Bouchet Antoine Venaille  Other GATE 2019 Syllabus and Information  ● Overview on GATE 2019  ● GATE mandatory for engineering students from 2019-20  ● GATE 2019: Correction window to change exam city to close on November 16  2018  ● GATE 2019 for International Students  ● GATE 2019 – Electronics and Communication added in the Syllabus ​ ​EC  ● GATE 2019 – Syllabus of Aerospace Engineering ​ ​AE  ● GATE 2019 – Syllabus for Computer Science and Information Technology CSIT  ● GATE 2019 –Syllabus for Civil Engineering ​ ​CE  ● GATE 2019 – Syllabus for Chemical Engineering ​ ​CE  ● GATE 2019 – Syllabus for Chemistry  ● GATE 2019 – Syllabus for Electrical Engineering ​ ​EE  ● GATE 2019 – Syllabus for Electronics and Communications ​ ​EC  ● GATE 2019 – Syllabus for Agricultural Engineering ​ ​AE  ● GATE 2019 – Syllabus for Biotechnology  ● GATE 2019 – Syllabus for Petroleum Engineering PE  ● GATE 2019 examination schedule released by IIT Madras  ● GATE 2019 –Syllabus for Instrumentation Engineering IE  ● GATE 2019 – Syllabus for Physics PH  ● GATE 2019 Admit Card Released by IIT Madras  More

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