Introduction to Unsteady Thermofluid Mechanics
An introduction to the mechanics of unsteady fluid flow and energy transfer. This text/reference explains the fundamentals of thermofluid mechanics and presents methods useful in creative analysis and experimentation. Includes coverage of bulk flow and propagative behavior of hydrostatic waves, disturbance and wave propagation, unsteady multidimensional flows and uniform systems, and system normalization. Contains many graphs and tables for quick estimates of thermofluid system behavior and response.
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