Bavand Keshavarz

Bavand Keshavarz is a postdoctoral lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at MIT. He received his PhD from MIT in 2017. In 2013 and 2017 he was the recipient of the Wunsch Foundation Silent Hoist and Crane Award for being an outstanding teaching assistant for both graduate and undergraduate fluid mechanics courses at MIT (course numbers 2.25 and 2.005). His research is focused on nonlinear dynamics of complex fluids in fragmentation and fracture.

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Advanced Fluid Mechanics 1: Fundamentals (edX)

Jan 11th 2022
Advanced Fluid Mechanics 1: Fundamentals (edX)
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Learn the fundamental principles underlying fluid dynamics; including the kinematics of deformation, hydrostatics & buoyancy, inviscid flow and the application of Bernoulli’s theorems, as well as applications of control volume analysis for more complex problems of engineering interest.
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Advanced Fluid Mechanics 3: Potential Flows & Boundary Layers (edX)

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Advanced Fluid Mechanics 3: Potential Flows & Boundary Layers (edX)
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Learn to analyze the structure of high Reynolds number inviscid flows using potential flow theory, the roles of vorticity generation in viscous boundary layers, circulation and lift, flow separation, and transition to turbulence. A separate final short module briefly introduces the role of surface tension in engineering fluid mechanics. [...]
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Advanced Fluid Mechanics 2: The Navier-Stokes Equations for Viscous Flows (edX)

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Advanced Fluid Mechanics 2: The Navier-Stokes Equations for Viscous Flows (edX)
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Learn to apply the Navier-Stokes equations to viscous-dominated flows; including pipe flows, channel flows and free surface flows, use dynamical similarity and dimensional analysis, Stokes flows, similarity solutions and transient responses, lubrication analysis and surface tension. This course covers the Navier-Stokes equations for viscous flows: including pipe flows, channel [...]
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