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Tables of Contents for Fluid Mechanics
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Preface
xi
 
Introduction
3
56
Preliminary Remarks
3
1
The Concept of a Fluid
4
2
The Fluid as a Continuum
6
1
Dimensions and Units
7
7
Properties of the Velocity Field
14
2
Thermodynamic Properties of a Fluid
16
6
Viscosity and Other Secondary Properties
22
13
Basic Flow-Analysis Techniques
35
2
Flow Patterns: Streamlines, Streaklines, and Pathlines
37
4
The Engineering Equatin Solver
41
1
Uncertainty of Experimental Data
42
1
The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Examination
43
1
Problem-Solving Techniques
44
1
History and Scope of Fluid Mechanics
44
15
Problems
46
7
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Problems
53
1
Comprehensive Problems
54
1
References
55
4
Pressure Distribution in a Fluid
59
70
Pressure and Pressure Gradient
59
2
Equilibrium of a Fluid Element
61
2
Hydrostatic Pressure Distributions
63
7
Application to Manometry
70
4
Hydrostatic Forces on Plane Surfaces
74
5
Hydrostatic Forces on Curved Surfaces
79
3
Hydrostatic Forces in Layered Fluids
82
2
Buoyancy and Stability
84
5
Pressure Distribution in Rigid-Body Motion
89
8
Pressure Measurement
97
32
Summary
100
2
Problems
102
23
Word Problems
125
1
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Problems
125
1
Comprehensive Problems
126
1
Design Projects
127
1
References
127
2
Integral Relations for a Control Volume
129
86
Basic Physical Laws of Fluid Mechanics
129
4
The Reynolds Transport Theorem
133
8
Conservation of Mass
141
5
The Linear Momentum Equation
146
12
The Angular-Momentum Theorem
158
5
The Energy Equation
163
11
Frictionless Flow: The Bernoulli Equation
174
41
Summary
183
1
Problems
184
26
Word Problems
210
1
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Problems
210
1
Comprehensive Problems
211
1
Design Project
212
1
References
213
2
Differential Relations for a Fluid Particle
215
62
The Acceleration Field of a Fluid
215
2
The Differential Equation of Mass Conservation
217
6
The Differential Equation of Linear Momentum
223
7
The Differential Equation of Angular Momentum
230
1
The Differential Equation of Energy
231
3
Boundary Conditions for the Basic Equations
234
4
The Stream Function
238
7
Vorticity and Irrotationality
245
2
Frictionless Irrotational Flows
247
5
Some Illustrative Plane Potential Flows
252
6
Some Illustrative Incompressible Viscous Flows
258
19
Summary
263
1
Problems
264
9
Word Problems
273
1
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Problems
273
1
Comprehensive Applied Problem
274
1
References
275
2
Dimensional Analysis and Similarity
277
48
Introduction
277
3
The Principle of Dimensional Homogeneity
280
6
The Pi Theorem
286
6
Nondimensionalization of the Basic Equations
292
9
Modeling and Its Pitfalls
301
24
Summary
311
1
Problems
311
7
Word Problems
318
1
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Problems
319
1
Comprehensive Problems
319
1
Design Projects
320
1
References
321
4
Viscous Flow in Ducts
325
102
Reynolds-Number Regimes
325
5
Internal versus External Viscous Flows
330
3
Semiempirical Turbulent Shear Correlations
333
5
Flow in a Circular Pipe
338
13
Three Types of Pipe-Flow Problems
351
6
Flow in Noncircular Ducts
357
10
Minor Losses in Pipe Systems
367
8
Multiple-Pipe Systems
375
6
Experimental Duct Flows: Diffuser Performance
381
4
Fluid Meters
385
42
Summary
404
1
Problems
405
15
Word Problems
420
1
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Problems
420
1
Comprehensive Problems
421
1
Design Projects
422
1
References
423
4
Flow Past Immersed Bodies
427
68
Reynolds-Number and Geometry Effects
427
4
Momentum-Integral Estimates
431
3
The Boundary-Layer Equations
434
2
The Flat-Plate Boundary Layer
436
9
Boundary Layers with Pressure Gradient
445
6
Experimental External Flows
451
44
Summary
476
1
Problems
476
13
Word Problems
489
1
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Problems
489
1
Comprehensive Problems
490
1
Design Project
491
1
References
491
4
Potential Flow and Computational Fluid Dynamics
495
76
Introduction and Review
495
3
Elementary Plane-Flow Solutions
498
2
Superposition of Plane-Flow Solutions
500
7
Plane Flow Past Closed-Body Shapes
507
9
Other Plane Potential Flows
516
5
Images
521
2
Airfoil Theory
523
11
Axisymmetric Potential Flow
534
6
Numerical Analysis
540
31
Summary
555
1
Problems
555
11
Word Problems
566
1
Comprehensive Problems
566
1
Design Projects
567
1
References
567
4
Compressible Flow
571
88
Introduction
571
4
The Speed of Sound
575
3
Adiabatic and Isentropic Steady Flow
578
5
Isentropic Flow with Area Changes
583
7
The Normal-Shock Wave
590
8
Operation of Converging and Diverging Nozzles
598
5
Compressible Duct Flow with Friction
603
10
Frictionless Duct Flow with Heat Transfer
613
5
Two-Dimensional Supersonic Flow
618
10
Prandtl-Meyer Expansion Waves
628
31
Summary
640
1
Problems
641
12
Word Problems
653
1
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Problems
653
1
Comprehensive Problems
654
1
Design Projects
654
1
References
655
4
Open-Channel Flow
659
52
Introduction
659
5
Uniform Flow; the Chezy Formula
664
5
Efficient Uniform-Flow Channels
669
2
Specific Energy; Critical Depth
671
7
The Hydraulic Jump
678
4
Gradually Varied Flow
682
5
Flow Measurement and Control by Weirs
687
24
Summary
695
1
Problems
695
11
Word Problems
706
1
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Problems
707
1
Comprehensive Problems
707
1
Design Projects
707
1
References
708
3
Turbomachinery
711
58
Introduction and Classification
711
3
The Centrifugal Pump
714
6
Pump Performance Curves and Similarity Rules
720
9
Mixed-and Axial-Flow Pumps: The Specific speed
729
6
Matching Pumps to System Characteristics
735
7
Turbines
742
27
Summary
755
1
Problems
755
10
Word Problems
765
1
Comprehensive Problems
766
1
Design Project
767
1
References
767
2
Appendix A Physical Properties of Fluids
769
5
Appendix B Compressible-Flow Tables
774
17
Appendix C Conversion Factors
791
2
Appendix D Equations of Motion in Cylindrical Coordinates
793
2
Appendix E Introduction to EES
795
11
Answers to Selected Problems
806
7
Index
813