Solutions Manual for
Fluid Mechanics: Fundamentals and Applications
by \u00c7engel & Cimbala
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rates, forces, etc. are specified over the entire control surface of the control volume. In a control volume analysis we do not know or care about detailsin sid e the control volume. Rather, we solve for gross features of the flow such as net force acting on a body. A flow domain, on the other hand, is also a volume, but is used in a differential analysis. Differential equations of motion are solved everywhere inside the flow domain, and weare interested in all the details inside the flow domain.
\u2212 one from conservation of mass which is a scalar equation
\u2212 three from Newton\u2019s second law which is a vector equation
\u2212 one from the energy equation which is a scalar equation
\u2212 one from an equation of state (e.g. ideal gas law) which is a scalar equation
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