Eighth edition. — Taylor &. Francis, 2006. 709 p. — ISBN:0-415-36205-9 (Hbk), ISBN:0-415-36206-7 (Pbk)Preface to the eighth edition Fundamental Concepts The characteristics of fluids Notation, dimensions, units and related matters Properties of fluids The perfect gas: equation of state Compressibility Viscosity Surface tension Basic characteristics of fluids in motion Classification and description of fluid flow The roles of experimentation and theory in fluid mechanics Summary Problems Fluid Statics Introduction Variation of pressure with position in a fluid The measurement of pressure First and second moments of area Hydrostatic thrusts on submerged surfaces Buoyancy The stability of bodies in fluids Equilibrium of moving fluids Problems The Principles Governing Fluids in Motion Introduction Acceleration of a fluid particle The continuity equation Bernoulli’s equation General energy equation for steady flow of any fluid Pressure variation perpendicular to streamlines Simple applications of Bernoulli’s equation Problems The Momentum Equation Introduction The momentum equation for steady flow Applications of the momentum equation Problems Physical Similarity and Dimensional Analysis Introduction Types of physical similarity Ratios of forces arising in dynamic similarity The principal dimcnsionlcss groups of fluid dynamics Other dimensionlcss groups Dimensional analysis The application of dynamic similarity Ship resistance Problems Laminar Flow Between Solid Boundaries Introduction Steady laminar flow in circular pipes: the Hagcn-Poiscuille law Steady laminar flow through an annulus Steady laminar flow between parallel planes Steady laminar flow between parallel planes, one of which is moving The measurement of viscosity Fundamentals of the theory of hydrodynamic lubrication Laminar flow through porous media Problems Flow and Losses in Pipes and Fittings Introduction Flow in pipes of circular cross section Variation of friction factor Distribution of shear stress in a circular pipe Friction in non-circular conduits Other losses in pipes Total head and pressure lines Pipes in combination Conditions near the pipe entry Quasi-steady flow in pipes Flow measurement Problems Boundary Layers, Wakes and Other Shear Layers Introduction Description of the boundary layer The thickness of the boundary layer The momentum equation applied to the boundary layer The laminar boundary layer on a flat plate with zero pressure gradient The turbulent boundary layer on a smooth flat plate with zero pressure gradient Friction drag for laminar and turbulent boundary layers together Effect of pressure gradient Boundary layer control Effect of compressibility on drag Eddy viscosity and the mixing length hypothesis Velocity distribution in turbulent flow Free turbulence Computational fluid dynamics Problems The Flow of an Inviscid Fluid Introduction The stream function Circulation and vorticity Velocity potential Flow nets Basic patterns of flow Combining flow patterns Combinations of basic flow patterns Functions of a complex variable An introduction to elementary aerofoil theory Problems Flow with a Free Surface Introduction Types of flow in open channels The steady-flow energy equation for open channels Steady uniform flow - the Chezy equation The boundary layer in open channels Optimum shape of cross-section Flow in closed conduits only partly full Simple waves and surges in open channels Specific energy and alternative depths of flow The hydraulic jump The occurrence of critical conditions Gradually varied flow Oscillatory waves Tsunamis Conclusion Problems Compressible Flow of Gases Introduction Thermodynamic concepts Energy equation with variable density: static and stagnation temperature The speed of sound Shock waves Supersonic flow round a corner The Pitot tube in compressible flow Some general relations for one-dimensional flows One-dimensional flow through nozzles Compressible flow in pipes of constant cross-section High-speed flow past an aerofoil Analogy between compressible flow and flow with a free surface Flow visualization Problems Unsteady Flow Introduction Inertia pressure Pressure transients Surge tanks Problems Fluid Machines Introduction Reciprcxating pumps Turbines Rotodynamic pumpsHydrodynamic transmissions The effect of size on the efficiency of fluid machines Problems Appendixs Units and Conversion Factors Physical Constants and Properties of Fluids Tables of Gas Flow Functions Algebraic Symbols Answers to Problems Index
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Introduction and Basic Concepts
Properties of Fluids
Pressure and Fluid Statics
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Flow in Pipes
Differential Analysis of Fluid Flow
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