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Applied fluid mechanics / Robert L. Mott.

By: Mott, Robert L.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Pearson Education, c2016Edition: 7th ed.Description: 547 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.ISBN: 1292019611.Other title: Tahoe design software academic CD to accompany Mott--Applied fluid mechanics , 6e [Title on CD-ROM:].Subject(s): Fluid mechanicsGenre/Form: CD-ROMs.DDC classification: 620.106 Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
The nature of fluids and the study of fluid mechanics -- Viscosity of fluids -- Pressure measurement -- Forces due to static fluids -- Buoyancy and stability -- Flow of fluids and Bernoulli's equation -- General energy equation -- Reynolds number, laminar flow, turbulent flow, and energy losses due to friction -- Velocity profiles for circular sections and flow in noncircular sections -- Minor losses -- Series pipeline systems -- Parallel pipeline systems -- Pump selection and application -- Open-channel flow -- Flow measurement -- Forces due to fluids in motion -- Drag and lift -- Fans, blowers, compressors, and the flow of gases -- Flow of air in ducts.
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"[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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