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Engineering Fluid Mechanics:Theory and Practice
Authors:   S. B. Thool, S. L. Sinha

ISBN: 978-81-8487-664-2 
Publication Year:   2019
Pages:   620
Binding:   Paper Back

About the book

ENGINEERING FLUID MECHANICS: Theory and Practice, is indented to provide a comprehensive and in depth knowledge of the subject both conceptual and applications. This book covers the basic principles and equations of Fluid Mechanics along with problems of real world. The aim is to provide a comprehensive study material for the students in this particular subject. This book will be helpful to the undergraduate students of Mechanical, Civil, Chemical and Aerospace Engineering. The book will also help the candidates aspiring to take IES, GATE, AMIE, and other competitive examinations.

Key Features

  • • Emphasis on physics of the subject matter with mathematical representation • Extensive use of graphics • Numerous worked examples • Combined coverage of Bernoulli’s and energy equation for practical applications.

Table of content

Preface / Fundamentals of Fluid Properties / Pressure and its Measurement / Hydrostatic Forces on Surface / Buoyancy and Floatation / Kinematics of Fluid Flow / Dynamics of Inviscid Flow / Viscous Flow / Turbulent Flow / Dimensional and Model Analysis / Theory of Boundary Layer / Flow Through Pipe / Compressible Flow / Index.

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