Imperial College London

DrFredMarquis

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Mechanical Engineering

Senior Lecturer
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 7040a.marquis

 
 
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Location

 

527City and Guilds BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Course/Module

Teacher, 1M Fluid Mechanics. (Undergraduate)

Teacher, 2M Computing. (Undergraduate)

Teacher, 3M Fluid Mechanics. (Undergraduate)

Fluid Mechanics 3A - MECH60006

Aims

  • To provide an understanding of Fluid Mechanics from a general and fundamental viewpoint
  • To outline an approach for solving fluid mechanical problems
  • To provide an understanding of the properties of turbulence
  • To outline possible methods behind the modelling of turbulence
  • To provide an introduction to energy and work in fluid dynamics for incompressible, sub-sonic and trans-sonic compressible flows
  • To outline the nature and properties of normal and oblique shocks.

ECTS units:    5 
 

Role

Associate Course Leader

Fluid Mechanics 3 - MECH96006

Aims

  • To provide an understanding of Fluid Mechanics from a general and fundamental viewpoint
  • To outline an approach for solving fluid mechanical problems
  • To provide an understanding of the properties of turbulence
  • To outline possible methods behind the modelling of turbulence
  • To provide an introduction to energy and work in fluid dynamics for incompressible, sub-sonic and trans-sonic compressible flows
  • To outline the nature and properties of normal and oblique shocks.

ECTS units:    5 
 

Role

Associate Course Leader

Fluid Mechanics 3 - MECH96033

Aims

  • To provide an understanding of Fluid Mechanics from a general and fundamental viewpoint
  • To outline an approach for solving fluid mechanical problems
  • To provide an understanding of the properties of turbulence
  • To outline possible methods behind the modelling of turbulence
  • To provide an introduction to energy and work in fluid dynamics for incompressible, sub-sonic and trans-sonic compressible flows
  • To outline the nature and properties of normal and oblique shocks.

ECTS units:    6   
Contributing to Course Elements: 6 to ME3-LCTVS or ME4-LCTVS

Role

Associate Course Leader

Mathematics and Computing 1 - MECH40008

Aims

This module develops key mathematical and computational skills relevant to the wider mechanical engineering programme. 

Topics include vector algebra, real analysis, limits, curve sketching, series, applications of integration, complex analysis, functions of more than one variable, matrix algebra, second order ordinary differential equations, and vector calculus . Practical implementation through programming is studied to solve problems selected from the topic areas. These skills are in support of ME1, ME2, ME3 and ME4 modules. 

ECTS: 15

Role

Lecturer