## Introduction to Fluid MechanicsPrentice-Hall, 1968 - 457 pages |

### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Fluid Statics and OneDimensional Laminar Flow | 32 |

Kinematics | 75 |

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acting analysis apply approximate assume assumption average becomes body called channel coefficient compared components consider constant continuity control volume coordinates curve decrease defined density derivative determine differential dimensionless direction drag effects entrance equation equations of motion example experimental expression factor fixed flat flow rate fluid force function given gives illustrated in Fig increase indicates integral laminar length macroscopic mass material mean mean value theorem mechanical energy balance momentum momentum balance moving neglected normal notation nozzle obtain pipe plate position pressure problem reduces region represent result Reynolds number scalar shear shown in Fig side solid solution solve streamline stress stress vector Substitution surface takes temperature tensor theorem tube turbulent unit velocity profile viscous wave write yields zero