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Thursday, January 17, 2019

Introduction to Fluid Mechanics




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This book was written as a textbook or guidebook on fluid mechanics for students or junior engineers studying mechanical or civil engineering. The recent progress in the science of visualisation and computational fluid dynamics is astounding. In this book, effort has been made to introduce students/engineers to fluid mechanics by making explanations easy to understand, including recent information and comparing the theories with actual phenomena.

Fluid mechanics has hitherto been divided into 'hydraulics', dealing with the experimental side, and 'hydrodynamics', dealing with the theoretical side. In recent years, however, both have merged into an inseparable single science. A great deal was contributed by developments in the science of visualisation and by the progress in computational fluid dynamics using advances in computers.

Content:-
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
PREFACE
LIST OF SYMBOLS
1. HISTORY OF FLUID MECHANICS
2. CHARACTERISTICS OF A FLUID
3. FLUID STATICS
4. FUNDAMENTALS OF FLOW
5. ONEDIMENSIONAL FLOW: mechanism for conservation of flow properties
6. FLOW OF VISCOUS FLUID
7. FLOW IN PIPES
8. FLOW IN A WATER CHANNEL
9. DRAG AND LIFT
10. DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND LAW OF SIMILARITY
11. MEASUREMENTO F FLOW VELOCITY AND FLOWR ATE
12. FLOW OF AN IDEAL FLUID
13. FLOW OF A COMPRESSIBLE FLUID
14. UNSTEADY FLOW
15. COMPUTATlONAL FLUID DYNAMICS
16. FLOW VISUALISATION
17. ANSWERS TO PROBLEMS
INDEX

Author Details
"Y. NAKAYAMA" 
Professor, Tokai University, Japan

UK Editor "F. BOUCHER" 
ViceChancellor, University of Sheffield, UK 




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