Lecture 1 - Introduction

Lecture 2 - Basics of Thermodynamics

Lecture 3 - Tutorial 1

Lecture 4 - Control Volume Approach

Lecture 5 - Conservation Equations

Lecture 6 - Tutorial 2

Lecture 7 - Energy Equation

Lecture 8 - Concept of stagnation

Lecture 9 - Discussion on stagnation

Lecture 10 - Velocity of sound

Lecture 11 - Discussion on velocity of sound and mach number

Lecture 12 - Wave propagation

Lecture 13 - Mach wave

Lecture 14 - Mach number relations

Lecture 15 - Variable Area Adiabatic flow

Lecture 16 - Variable Area Adiabatic flow (Continued...)

Lecture 17 - * reference quantities and their relations

Lecture 18 - Importance of stagnation temperature in relation to v

Lecture 19 - Discussion on variable area adiabaic flow and * reference quantities

Lecture 20 - Gas tables

Lecture 21 - Converging nozzle

Lecture 22 - Condition of choked flow and associated properties

Lecture 23 - Area ratio and pressure ratio in converging nozzles

Lecture 24 - Discussion on converging nozzles

Lecture 25 - Converging - Diverging (C-D) nozzles

Lecture 26 - More on C-D nozzles

Lecture 27 - Discussion on C-D nozzles - 1

Lecture 28 - Discussion on C-D nozzles - 2

Lecture 29 - Examples and applications of flow through C-D nozzles

Lecture 30 - Introduction to normal shocks

Lecture 31 - Normal shock relations - 1

Lecture 32 - Normal shock relations - 2

Lecture 33 - Rankine-Hugoniot equation

Lecture 34 - Discussion on Normal Shocks - 1

Lecture 35 - Discussion on Normal Shocks - 2

Lecture 36 - Normal shocks in C-D nozzles

Lecture 37 - Normal shocks in C-D nozzles (Continued...)

Lecture 38 - Moving Normal Shocks

Lecture 39 - Discussion on moving normal shocks

Lecture 40 - Oblique shocks

Lecture 41 - Oblique shock relations

Lecture 42 - Discussion on oblique shocks

Lecture 43 - Reflection of oblique shocks

Lecture 44 - Discussion on reflection of oblique shocks

Lecture 45 - Prandtl-Meyer flow

Lecture 46 - Prandtl-Meyer flow (Continued...)

Lecture 47 - Discussion on Prandtl-Meyer expansion

Lecture 48 - Shock Polar diagram and Prandtl-Meyer relation for Oblique shocks