Advanced Fluid Mechanics (Mec-A6) - Solutions
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About: The Advanced Fluid Mechanics exam is written nationally for aspiring mechanical engineers and a few other disciplines. The codes for this exam is:
- Mechanical - 16-Mec-A6 (or you may see it like YY-Mec-A6, Mec-A6)
The exam tests candidate’s understanding and knowledge of advanced fluid mechanics.
Format: 3-hour long, open book exam. From the questions that are asked in the exam, only five need to be attempted.
Dates written: The exam is offered twice every year in the months of May and December.
Approved aids: Since the course is highly computational, an approved Sharp or Casio calculator is permitted.
The recommended textbooks for this exam are:
- Fluid Mechanics, by White, F.M.. McGraw-Hill.
- Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Turbomachinery, by Dixon, S.L.. Butterworth-Heineman.
- Fluid Mechanics with Engineering Applications, by Finnemore, E.J. & J.B. Franzini. McGraw-Hill.
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