Mechanical Engineering - Fluid Mechanics - statics, dynamics etc.

Author(s) Frank M. White
Publisher McGraw-Hill
Date 2011
Pages 1455
Format pdf
Size 20 Mb







This book can offer its readers a clear and quite comprehensive presentation of the materials demonstrating the process of progression from the basic physical concepts to the real-life engineering applications and helping them easily see the whole practical significance of the fluid mechanics basics. The broad variety of the topics included in the volume provides instructors with numerous options for teaching the courses and presents a very useful source of information for the students even after their graduation.

The unique problem-solving approach applied by the author of the book has been presented at the very start of the publication and has been carefully integrated in all of the examples. The way in which the material has been presented, makes it much easier to understand that in most of the other textbooks. The book has been widely recognized as one of the best references or first-time books for the students and professionals in the field of fluid mechanics.

The author has also included some advanced text related to the viscous flow, and his efforts have eventually resulted in this resourceful and remarkably informative title. Excellent real-life example problems are supplementing the theoretical explanations making them much easier to follow and understand.

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