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Introduction to Fluid Mechanics - Toc

Introduction to Fluid Mechanics - Toc

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Contents
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ABOUT THE AUTHORSPREFACELIST OF SYMBOLSHISTORY OF FLUID MECHANICS
1.1
1.2
CHARACTERISTICS OF A FLUID
2.1
Fluid
2.2
Units and dimensions
2.32.4
Viscosity
2.5
Surface tension
2.6
Compressibility
2.72.8
ProblemsFluid mechanics in everyday lifeThe beginning
of
fluid mechanicsDensity, specific gravity and specific volumeCharacteristics of
a
perfect gas
FLUID STATICS
3.1
Pressure
3.2
Forces acting on the vessel
of
liquid
3.3
Why does a ship float?
3.4
Relatively stationary state
3.5
Problems
viiiixxi
1
1
1
6
66
8
9
13
16
17
18
20
20
30
33
3537
FUNDAMENTALS
OF
FLOW
41
4.1
Streamline and stream tube
414.2
Steady flow and unsteady flow
434.3
Three-dimensional, two-dimensional and one-dimensional flow
434.4
Laminar flow and turbulent flow
444.5
Reynolds number
464.6
Incompressible and compressible fluids
46
4.7
Rotation and spinning of a liquid
474.8
Circulation
50
4.9
Problems
53
 
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ONE-DIMENSIONAL FLOW: mechanism
for
conservation of
flow
properties
5.1
Continuity equation
5.2
Conservation of energy
5.3
Conservation of momentum
5.4
Conservation of angular momentum
5.5
Problems
FLOW OF VISCOUS FLUID
6.1
Continuity equation
6.2
Navier-Stokes equation
6.36.46.5
Boundary layer
6.6
Theory of lubrication
6.7
ProblemsVelocity distribution of laminar flowVelocity distribution of turbulent
flow
FLOW IN PIPES
7.17.2
Loss
by pipe friction
7.37.47.5
Pumping to higher levels
7.6
ProblemsFlow in the inlet regionFrictional loss on pipes other than circular pipesVarious losses in pipe lines
FLOW IN A WATER CHANNEL
8.18.2
8.3
Specific energy
8.4
Constant discharge
8.5
Constant specific energy
8.6
Constant water depth
8.7
Hydraulic jump
8.8
ProblemsFlow in an open channel with constant section andflow velocityBest section shape
of
an open channel
DRAG ANDLIFT
9.1
Flows around a body
9.29.39.49.5
Cavitation
9.6
ProblemsForces acting on a bodyThe drag
of
a bodyThe lift of a body
DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND LAW OF SIMILARITY
10.1
Dimensional analysis
10.2
Buckingham’s
7c
theorem
10.3
Application examples of dimensional analysis
10.4
Law of similarity
10.5
Problems
55
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82
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112114118119132134
136
136138141142143143144146
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