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Applied fluid mechanics / Robert L. Mott.

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: New York : Pearson Education, c2016.Edition: 7th edDescription: 547 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cmISBN:
  • 1292019611
Other title:
  • Title on CD-ROM: Tahoe design software academic CD to accompany Mott--Applied fluid mechanics , 6e
Subject(s): Genre/Form: DDC classification:
  • 620.106 22
Online resources:
Contents:
Ch. 1. The nature of fluids and the study of fluid mechanics -- Ch. 2. Viscosity of fluids -- Ch. 3. Pressure measurement -- Ch. 4. Forces due to static fluids -- Ch. 5. Buoyancy and stability -- Ch. 6. Flow of fluids and Bernoulli's equation -- Ch. 7. General energy equation -- Ch. 8. Reynolds number, laminar flow, turbulent flow, and energy losses due to friction -- Ch. 9. Velocity profiles for circular sections and flow in noncircular sections -- Ch. 10. Minor losses -- Ch. 11. Series pipeline systems -- Ch. 12. Parallel pipeline systems -- Ch. 13. Pump selection and application -- Ch. 14. Open-channel flow -- Ch. 15. Flow measurement -- Ch. 16. Forces due to fluids in motion -- Ch. 17. Drag and lift -- Ch. 18. Fans, blowers, compressors, and the flow of gases -- Ch. 19. Flow of air in ducts.
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Item type Current library Call number Copy number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Books Books Central Library, KUET On Display 620.106 MOT (Browse shelf(Opens below)) 01 Not For Loan 3010053076
Total holds: 0

"[CD-ROM] contains Academic versions of: HYDROFLO, PumpBase, and HCALC for Windows 2005"--CD-ROM label.

Accompanied by 1 folded sheet 24 x 38 cm.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Ch. 1. The nature of fluids and the study of fluid mechanics -- Ch. 2. Viscosity of fluids -- Ch. 3. Pressure measurement -- Ch. 4. Forces due to static fluids -- Ch. 5. Buoyancy and stability -- Ch. 6. Flow of fluids and Bernoulli's equation -- Ch. 7. General energy equation -- Ch. 8. Reynolds number, laminar flow, turbulent flow, and energy losses due to friction -- Ch. 9. Velocity profiles for circular sections and flow in noncircular sections -- Ch. 10. Minor losses -- Ch. 11. Series pipeline systems -- Ch. 12. Parallel pipeline systems -- Ch. 13. Pump selection and application -- Ch. 14. Open-channel flow -- Ch. 15. Flow measurement -- Ch. 16. Forces due to fluids in motion -- Ch. 17. Drag and lift -- Ch. 18. Fans, blowers, compressors, and the flow of gases -- Ch. 19. Flow of air in ducts.

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