€65.00
Civil Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Course description
During the group session in Fluid Mechanics 1, the student is guided by the MathMe trainer through all relevant exercises for the exam preparation. At the request of the student, the MathMe trainer can address more attention to specific concepts.  The training course in Fluid Mechanics includes certain templates of how to solve the problems in a stepwise methodology and additional exercises (Exam type) for practice.  Starting with elaborations related to Hydrostatics properties of fluids for different structures. This is followed by practicing in problems related to Inviscid Flows as well as the use of Bernoulli Law. Besides, taking into account the level of difficulty, attention will be dedicated to the concept of Pipe Flows, where students will advance in using the integral method and mastering the correct orientation of forces according to positive directions. On top of that, the student is guided by the course trainer through sample exams that will generate a nice solving pace during the test itself.  MathMe Team emphasizes giving a clear and detailed explanation of all concepts presented during the lectures.  Invest time in your studying and stay prepared for your next exam with MathMe!
Topics
  • Bernoulli Law 
  • Inviscid Flaw 
  • Hydrostatics 
  • Pipe Flow 

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Course Schedule
  • 29 Jan at 18:00 – 20:00 Hydrostatics 
  • 30 Jan at 18:00 – 20:00 Inviscid Flow 
  • 31 Jan at 18:00 – 20:00 Inviscid Flow
  • 1 Feb at 18:00 – 20:00 Pipe Flow
  • 2 Feb at 18:00 – 20:00 Sample Test 

Alexey Chechin
Alexey Chechin
Mathematics Trainer
Alexey is a technical student with an engineering background and remarkable academic achievements. Being alongside a TA in the maths line of the University of Twente, he is going to arrange effective and resultant exams preparation at MathMe.

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Gherson Johne
Applied Physics and Mechanics Trainer
Being highly interested in the physical behavior of dynamic and static bodies, Gherson Johne successfully accomplished a strong comprehension of physics and mechanics. His successful study performance and deep interest merged with his successful experience in student assisting which oriented him towards the new challenge, the role of the course trainer in subjects related to Applied Physics and Mechanics.