Introduction to fluid mechanics

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Wiley, 1978 - Science - 684 pages
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This successful book presents the fundamentals of fluid mechanics clearly and succinctly. Knowledge of fluid flow is essential to industries involving heat transfer, chemical processes, and aerodynamics. The book makes use of a problem-solving methodology and includes outstanding example problems. Topics covered are flow fields; potential theory and boundary layer theory; Bernoulli's Equation, Dimensional Analysis.

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INTRODUCTION
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Summary Objectives
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