Commit c6074129 authored by Olivier's avatar Olivier

Introduction: adjustments to time plan

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......@@ -87,19 +87,19 @@ Welcome to the Fluid Mechanics course of the \textit{Chemical and Energy Enginee
Our time plan, taking into account the holidays in Saxony-Anhalt, should be as follows:
Week 14: Ch. 1 (Basic flow quantities)\\
Week 15: Ch. 2 (Analysis of existing flows, 1D)\\
Week 16: Ch. 3 (Analysis of existing flows, 3D), \textcolor{vocabcolor}{No exercise session}\\
Week 17: Ch. 3 (Analysis of existing flows, 3D)\\
Week 18: Ch. 4 (Effects of pressure) \\
Week 19: Ch. 5 (Effects of shear), \textcolor{vocabcolor}{Exam briefing}\\
Week 20: Ch. 6 (Predictin of fluid flows)\\
Week 21: Ch. 7 (Pipe flows)\\
Week 14: \chapterone\\
Week 15: \chaptertwo\\
Week 16: \chapterthree, \textcolor{vocabcolor}{No exercise session}\\
Week 17: \chapterthree\\
Week 18: \chapterfour \\
Week 19: \chapterfive\\
Week 20: \chaptersix\\
Week 21: \chapterseven, \textcolor{vocabcolor}{Exam briefing}\\
Week 22: \textcolor{vocabcolor}{No lecture}\\
Week 23: Ch. 8 (Dealing with turbulence), \textcolor{vocabcolor}{Feedback}\\
Week 24: Ch. 9 (Engineering models)\\
Week 25: Ch. 10 (Flow near walls)\\
Week 26: Ch. 11 (Large- and small-scale flows)\\
Week 23: \chaptereight\\
Week 24: \chapternine\\
Week 25: \chapterten, \textcolor{vocabcolor}{Feedback}\\
Week 26: \chaptereleven\\
Week 27: revision \& practice\\
Week 28: Examination: July 11\up{th}
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