Thursday, January 17, 2019

Mechanics of Fluids (8th edition)




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In this eighth edition, the aim has been to build on the broad ethos established in the first edition and maintained throughout all subsequent editions. The purpose of the book is to present the basic principles of fluid mechanics and to illustrate them by application to a variety of problems in different branches of engineering. The book contains material appropriate to an honours degree course in mechanical engineering, and there is also much that is relevant to undergraduate courses in aeronautical, civil and chemical engineering.

It is a book for engineers rather than mathematicians. Particular emphasis is laid on explaining the physics underlying aspects of fluid flow. Whilst mathematics has an important part to play in this book, specialized mathematical techniques are deliberately avoided. Experience shows that fluid mechanics is one of the more difficult and challenging subjects studied by the undergraduate engineer. With this in mind the presentation has been made as user-friendly as possible. Students are introduced to the subject in a systematic way, the text moving from the simple to the complex, from the familiar to the unfamiliar.

Content:-
Preface to the eighth edition
1. Fundamental Concepts
2. Fluid Statics
3. The Principles Governing Fluids in Motion
4. The Momentum Equation
5. Physical Similarity and Dimensional Analysis
6. Laminar Flow Between Solid Boundaries
7. Flow and Losses in Pipes and Fittings
8. Boundary Layers, Wakes and Other Shear Layers
9. The Flow of an Inviscid Fluid
10. Flow with a Free Surface
11. Compressible Flow of Gases
12. Unsteady Flow
13. Fluid Machines
Appendix 1. Units and Conversion Factors
Appendix 2. Physical Constants and Properties of Fluids
Appendix 3. Tables of Gas Flow Functions
Appendix 4. Algebraic Symbols
Answers to Problems
Index

Author Details
"Bernard Massey"
 Reader Emeritus in Mechanical Engineering
University College, London

Revised by
"John Ward-Smith"

Formerly Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering
Brunel University 




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