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Fundamental Concepts and Fluid Properties
Basic Concepts from Thermodynamics and Mechanics
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acceleration adiabatic analysis approximation assumed assumptions average body force boundary layer Calculations Chapter compressible considered constant continuity equation control volume coordinate system curve cylinder defined density determined diameter direction downstream drag coefficient duct energy equation example exit area experimental flow velocity fluid mechanics follows force acting friction factor frictionless ft/sec function given heat transfer ideal gas incompressible flow inlet integral isentropic flow laminar flow length liquid Mach number mass flow rate momentum equation nondimensional normal nozzle one-dimensional parameters pipe potential flow problem psia pump ratio reservoir Reynolds number rotating shaft shearing stress shock shown in Fig Solution speed sphere stagnation static streamfunction streamline supersonic surface tension Table Dl tank temperature thermodynamics throat total pressure tube turbine turbulent flow upstream variables variation vary velocity velocity component velocity profile versus vertical viscosity zero