Fluid Mechanics in Channel, Pipe and Aerodynamic Design Geometries. Volume 1

  • ID: 4479955
  • Book
  • 412 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Fluid mechanics is an important scientific field with various industrial applications for flows or energy consumption and efficiency issues. This book has as the main aim to be a textbook of applied knowledge in real fluids as well as to the Hydraulic systems components and operation, with emphasis to the industrial or real life problems for piping and aerodynamic design geometries. Various problems will be presented and analyzed through this book.

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Volume 1

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Fluids fundamentals

Chapter 3: Fluids at Rest & Buoyancy (Hydrostatic Forces)

Chapter 4: Fluids in Motion

Chapter 5: Instrumentation & measurements in Fluids

Chapter 6: Incompressible flow

Chapter 7: Dimensionless and similarity

Chapter 8: Incompressible boundary lower
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Christina G. Georgantopoulou
George A. Georgantopoulos
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