5 edition of Fluid mechanics for engineers found in the catalog.
Previous ed. 1969.Index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
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Quantitative examples and illustrations related to the topics of fluid mechanics are provided throughout. WILKES is a faculty member of the College of Engineering, University of Michigan.
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The reviewer finds that the book is a useful addition to the existing graduate texts on fluid mechanics. Although this text book is primarily aimed at mechanical engineering students, it is equally suitable for aerospace engineering, civil engineering, other engineering disciplines, and especially those practicing professionals Fluid mechanics for engineers perform CFD-simulation on a routine basis and would like to know more about the underlying physics of the commercial codes they use.
Written in a stimulating style, Fluid Mechanics for Engineers fulfills the requirements of a core course while keeping students engaged. Material is presented in a thorough and rigorous fashion, featuring practical examples that apply to several engineering disciplines; civil engineering applications are particularly prevalent.
The first part includes physical properties, hydrostatics, and the three basic rate laws for mass, energy, and momentum, together with flow through pumps, pipes, and a wide variety of chemical engineering equipment.
Furthermore, it is suitable for self study, provided that the reader has a sufficient knowledge of calculus and differential equations. Chapter 11 introduces the concept of non-Newtonian fluids.
Although this text book is primarily aimed at mechanical engineering students, it is equally suitable for aerospace engineering, civil engineering, other engineering disciplines, and especially those practicing professionals who perform CFD-simulation on a routine basis and would like to know more about the underlying physics of the commercial codes they use.
The author focuses first and foremost on the most essential topics of the field.
This book not only helps you to understand the concept mathematically but gives the physical meanings of the problems.