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Fluid Mechanics – The International Student Edition written by W.P.Graebel,
Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics The
University of Michigan is published by Taylor and Francis Publishers, New York
– London. This text covers the necessary material for an introductory course in
fluid mechanics. There is sufficient material presented that it could serve as
a text for a second course as well. The text is designed to emphasize the
physical aspects of fluid mechanics and to develop analytical skills and
attitudes in the engineering student. Example problems follow most
presentations of theory to ensure that the student grasps the implications of
the theory and is able to apply it. In topics that involve more than elementary
calculations, step-by-step processes outline the procedure used so as to
generalize the students’ problem-solving skills. To demonstrate the design
process beyond the problem-solving techniques, an appendix presents some of the
more general considerations involved in the design process. Frequent references
to applications throughout the text, as well as an appendix on the history of
fluid mechanics has been included.
The subject matter is organized in the
following manner
•          Chapters
1 and 2 serve as an introduction to the subject . Terms and concepts are
defined and the student is given practice with pressure calculations. A general
procedure for attacking engineering problems is suggested.
•          Chapter
3 is really the heart of the book. The concept of control volume is presented,
along with the fundamental equations of continuity, momentum, and energy. These
presentations are for one-dimensional analysis.
•          Chapter
4 extends this theory to three dimensions with the development of the Euler and
Navier-Stokes equations. I have included some simple solutions of these
equations, which is not traditional for textbooks at this level. I have done so
because I feel that without applications, development of the theory leaves the
typical undergraduate student with rather a “so-what” feeling. This chapter can
either be presented following Chapter 3 or delayed to a later portion of the
course, depending on the instructor’s goals. Some instructors may wish to omit
it completely.
•          Chapter
5 considers the subject of dimensional analysis and provides a road map to the
chapters that follow.
•          Chapters
6 and 7 develop elementary viscous flow theory and general Reynolds number
effects. Chapter 6 deals exclusively with laminar flows, and Chapter 7 with
turbulent flows. In pipe flow calculations I have supplemented the traditional
Moody diagram with two others, so that the student can solve problems directly
and avoid having to deal with trial-and-error solutions of pipe flow problems.
•          Chapter
8 deals with open channel flows and Froude number effects. For courses that
focus on such flows, it could follow chapter 3 directly.
•          Chapter
9 deals with compressible flows and Mach number effects. The material starts
with a general discussion of compressibility, then goes to a brief discussion
of compressibility effects in liquids before finishing with a discussion of
compressibility in gases.
•          Chapter
10 gives a summary of measurement techniques suitable for fluid flows, and
Chapter 11 discusses aspects of hydraulic machines.
•          The
concluding chapter points out some of the more advanced topics in fluid
mechanics, and indicates to the student the type of courses that might be
useful in developing further interest in fluid mechanics.
1.         Introduction
to Fluid Mechanics
2.         Hydrostatics
and Rigid-Body Motions
3.         Fluid
4.         Differential
5.         Dimensional
6.         Laminar
Viscous Flow
7.         Turbulent
Viscous Flow
8.         Open
Channel Flows
9.         Compressible
10.       Measurement
of Flow and Fluid Properties
11.       Hydraulic
12.       Conclusion
* Above mentioned topics are main topics of this book and there are many
sub-topics under those. Please refer the Preview below for detailed contents *
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