Engineering Fluid Mechanics
CRC Press, 2001 M01 19 - 752 páginas
Fluid mechanics is a core component of many undergraduate engineering courses. It is essential for both students and lecturers to have a comprehensive, highly illustrated textbook, full of exercises, problems and practical applications to guide them through their study and teaching. Engineering Fluid Mechanics By William P. Grabel is that book
The ISE version of this comprehensive text is especially priced for the student market and is an essential textbook for undergraduates (particularly those on mechanical and civil engineering courses) designed to emphasis the physical aspects of fluid mechanics and to develop the analytical skills and attitudes of the engineering student.
Example problems follow most of the theory to ensure that students easily grasp the calculations, step by step processes outline the procedure used, so as to improve the students' problem solving skills. An Appendix is included to present some of the more general considerations involved in the design process.
The author also links fluid mechanics to other core engineering courses an undergraduate must take (heat transfer, thermodynamics, mechanics of materials, statistics and dynamics) wherever possible, to build on previously learned knowledge.
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Hydrostatics and RigidBody Motions
Conservation of MomentofMomentum and Rotating Control Volumes
Adiabatic Pipe Flow with Friction
Measurement of Flow and Fluid Properties
Positive Displacement Pumps
Laminar Viscous Flow
Stability of Tube Flow
Turbulent Viscous Flow
Open Channel Flows
Channels with Gradual Slope
Ideal Gas Thermodynamics
Normal Shock Waves
Flow in a Nozzle
Appendix A Conversion of Units and Useful Constants
Kinematic viscosity vs temperature British units
Approximate physical properties of some common liquids
Compressible Flow Table for Air k 1 4
References on the History of Fluid Mechanics
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