## Fluid mechanicsVolume 6. |

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### Contents

IDEAL FLUIDS 1 The equation of continuity | 1 |

2 Eulers equation | 2 |

3 Hydrostatics | 6 |

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adiabatic amplitude angle axis Bernoulli's equation body boundary conditions boundary layer calculation characteristics co-ordinates coefficient constant corresponding cross-section cylinder denote derivative determined detonation wave dimensions direction distance drag energy flux entropy equation of continuity equations of motion equilibrium Euler's equation expression finite flow past fluid velocity flux density formula frequency function gas velocity given gives grad gradient heat Hence ideal fluid increases infinite infinity integral intersection laminar Laplace's equation lift force mean mechanical equilibrium momentum flux moves Navier-Stokes equation obtain oscillations parameters particles perturbations pipe plane potential flow pressure Problem propagated quantities radius rarefaction wave result Reynolds number shock wave simple wave small compared solution sound wave sphere spherical streamlines Substituting superfluid supersonic surface of discontinuity temperature tensor thermal conduction thermodynamic turbulent flow vanish vector velocity component velocity of sound viscosity volume wake weak discontinuity zero