Rotating Fluids in Engineering and Science
Invaluable for engineers and scientists whose projects require a knowledge of the theory. Part I reviews basic fluid mechanics. Part II introduces concepts, theories, and equations specific to rotating fluids, and Part III presents numerous practical applications of the theory, in fields ranging from centrifuges to aerodynamics. "Highly recommended." — Choice.
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Mass and Momentum Conservation
Potential Inviscid Flow
Boundary Layers and Turbulence
Rotating Coordinate Systems
Rotation Vorticity and Circulation
Vorticity as the Variable
Wings Lift and Drag
Liquids in Precessing Spacecraft
The Earth Sun and Moon
Intense Atmospheric Vortices
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