Fluid Mechanics (Google eBook)
Fluid Mechanics, understanding and applying the principles of how motions and forces act upon fluids such as gases and liquids, is introduced and comprehensively covered in this widely adopted text. New to this third edition are expanded coverage of such important topics as surface boundary interfaces, improved discussions of such physical and mathematical laws as the Law of Biot and Savart and the Euler Momentum Integral. A very important new section on Computational Fluid Dynamics has been added for the very first time to this edition. Expanded and improved end-of-chapter problems will facilitate the teaching experience for students and instrutors alike. This book remains one of the most comprehensive and useful texts on fluid mechanics available today, with applications going from engineering to geophysics, and beyond to biology and general science.
* Ample, useful end-of-chapter problems.
* Excellent Coverage of Computational Fluid Dynamics.
* Coverage of Turbulent Flows.
* Solutions Manual available.
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14 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
16 Compressible Flow
Founders of Modern Fluid Dynamics
airfoil amplitude approximation assumed atmosphere body boundary conditions boundary layer called Chapter circulation coefficient compressible Consider constant continuity equation convection coordinates Coriolis force defined density derivative diffusion direction discussed dispersion relation downstream drag drag coefficient dynamics eddies element equations of motion example finite ﬂow fluid mechanics flux free surface function gravity waves grid heat horizontal incompressible instability integral interface internal waves inviscid irrotational irrotational flow kinetic energy laminar linear Mach number nondimensional nonlinear normal obtain parameter particle perturbation plane plate potential Prandtl pressure gradient problem propagation result Reynolds number Reynolds stress right-hand side rotation scale shear shear stress shock shown in Figure shows solution speed stagnation point streamfunction streamlines stress temperature tensor theorem turbulent flow two-dimensional variables vector viscous volume vortex vorticity wall wavelength wavenumber zero
Page iv - Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.
Page 15 - ... where cp is the specific heat at constant pressure; and cv is the specific heat at constant volume.
Page 11 - The First Law of Thermodynamics The first law of thermodynamics states that the change in internal energy is equal to the difference between the energy supplied to the system as heat and the energy removed from the system as work performed on the surroundings...