Applied Fluid Mechanics for Engineers by Meinhard T. Schobeiri

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By Meinhard T. Schobeiri

Complete insurance of fl uid mechanics for engineering applications

This accomplished quantity leads you from crucial fluid mechanics recommendations via to useful engineering functions. After an summary of tensor research, the ebook discusses the kinematics of movement movement and the conservation legislation of fluid mechanics and thermodynamics. distinctive info on inviscid and viscous flows is by way of 4 chapters facing viscous circulation. remedy of viscous circulate begins with the laminar movement, explains intimately the laminar turbulent transition, and prepares you to completely comprehend the fundamentals of turbulent move, its modeling, and purposes to numerous engineering cases.

All conservation legislation, their derivatives, and similar equations within the e-book are written in coordinate invariant varieties. this permits you to stick with step by step mathematical manipulations and arrive on the index notation and the part decomposition. hard difficulties and tasks on the finish of every bankruptcy specialize in real-world engineering purposes. This booklet serves as either a basics textual content for graduate scholars and a pro advisor for operating engineers.


  • Vector and tensor research, purposes to fluid mechanics
  • Kinematics of fluid motion
  • Differential balances in fluid mechanics
  • Integral balances in fluid mechanics
  • Inviscid power flows
  • Viscous laminar flow
  • Laminar-turbulent transition
  • Turbulent circulation, modeling
  • Free turbulent flow
  • Boundary layer theory
  • Compressible flow
  • Flow dimension ideas, calibration

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