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Fundamentals of Compressible

Fluid Mechanics by Genick Bar.Meir, Ph.
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Dinamika Gas
Syamsul Arifin
Nasaruddin Salam
Rustan Tarakka

Speed of Sound . Introduction .Tugas : Resume 1. Fundamentals of Basic Fluid Mechanics 3.

Isentropic Tables 4.4. Stagnation State for Ideal Gas Model 2. Isentropic Converging-Diverging Flow in Cross Section 3. Isentropic Flow 1. The Impulse Function 5. The effects of Real Gases 1 x pertemuan = 2 orang . Isothermal Table 6.

Shock in Wet Steam 7. The Moving Shocks 4. More Examples for Moving Shocks 9. Shock Tube 5. k = 1:4 Ideal Gas 2 x pertemuan = 3 orang . Normal Shock 1. Solution of the Governing Equations 2. Normal Shock in Ducts 8. Tables of Normal Shocks. Operating Equations and Analysis 3. Shock with Real Gases 6.5.

6. Nozzle efciency 2. Diffuser Efciency 1 x pertemuan = 1 orang . Normal Shock in Variable Duct Areas 1.

Isothermal Nozzle (T = constant) .7. Nozzle Flow With External Forces 1. Isentropic Nozzle (Q = 0) 2.

Comparison with Flow 5.Incompressible Supersonic Branch 6.8. The Control Volume Analysis/Governing equations 2. The Entrance Limitation of Supersonic Branch 4. Figures and Tables 7. Dimensionless Representation 3. Isothermal Flow Examples 8. Unchoked situation 2 x pertemuan = 2 orang . Isothermal Flow 1.

Introduction 2. Supersonic Branch 8. The Mechanics and Why the Flow is 5. Choked? The working equations 6.dimensionalization of the equations 4. Non. Fanno Flow 2 x pertemuan = 4 orang 1. Maximum length for the supersonic flow 9. Working Conditions 10. More Examples of Fanno Flow 12.9. The Approximation of the Fanno flow by Isothermal Flow 11. Examples of Fanno Flow 7. Model 3. The Table for Fanno Flow .

Evacuating/Filing Chambers underinExternal Volume 13. Oblique-Shock Dimensional gas dynamics . Evacuating and Filling a Semi Rigid Chambers 12. RAYLEIGH FLOW 11. Topics Unsteady Control one 14.10.