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Tae ver ws ped by Leigh Pes Liege. Munson was on the mechanical engineering faulty of Duke University from to Professor Okishi is active in reseach on turbomachinery fluid dynamics. He isa Tieensed professional engineer. Engl Engineering System of Unite—This system of units pounds, pounds mass, fet seconds i used in the discussion of compressible flow in Chapter LL.
This usage is stan dard practice forthe topic. A new feature ofthis edition i he fact that Imany of the examples have Boe extended to ilastrate what happens if one or moze of the pa rarer s changed. This gives the user a beter fee for some ofthe base principles invalved et to this edition i a set of 6D short "Fue in the News" stories tat Mustaes some of the Curent, imporent, an novel ways that fluid mechanics affets our ives.
Many ofthese stories Ihe homework problems associated with them. Lab Problens-—There ae 30 extended, nbortoy ype problems that involv actual experimental Gata for simple experiments of the type that are often found in the laboratory portion of many intodctory fluid mechanic courses. The Beinoull equation is introduced fn Chapter 3 to draw attention, early on 0 some ofthe in teresting effects of Fvid motion en tke dsiebution of pressure in a flow field, We betiove that his timely consideration of elementary fluid dynamics increases stent enthusiasm foc the more complicated material that follows.
Chapters 5, 6, and 7 expand onthe basic analysis methods generally used solve or to begin solving uid mechanics protiems. Emphasis is placed on understanding how flow fhecomena are decribed matherntcaliy and on when and ew to use infnitesimal and Finite control volumes.
Chapter 7 featoes the advantges of vsing dimensional analysis tnd smilie for organizing txt ata and For planning experiments and the basic techniques involved. This toatrial may be omitted without ery fos of continuity to the rest of the text. This intto- ductory CFD overview inclues examples and problems of various interesting How situations that are to be solved using FlowLab software, Chapters 8 through 12 offer students opportunites for the futher application of the sriacipes Teamed eany inthe text.
Also, where eppropcate, addtional important notions Sich a boundary layers, ranston from laminar to trbulnt flo, turbulence modeling and flow separation are introduced. Practialconcems such a8 pipe flow, open-channel fo, ow measurement, drag and Ii, the effees of compressibility, and the fuid mechanics funde- rmentls associated with turbomacines are inciuded.
Al are reminded of the fine election of supplementary material. We have cited throughout the text the ales and books thet ave available for enrichment Student and Instructor Resources Student Soliton Manuel end Study Guile, by Munson, et al. This supplement is avaiable through your locel bookstore, or you may parchase it on the Wiley website at wwwsviley comycollegeiaanson. Access is free-of-charge with te registra- tion code included inthe front of every new Book, Intereses relacionados.
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This packages includes a loose-leaf edition of Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanic, 8th Edition, a new WileyPLUS registration code, and 6 months access to the eTextbook accessible online and offline. WileyPLUS registration cards are only included with new products. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanic, 8th Edition offers comprehensive topical coverage, with varied examples and problems, application of visual component of fluid mechanics, and strong focus on effective learning. The text enables the gradual development of confidence in problem solving. The authors have designed their presentation to enable the gradual development of reader confidence in problem solving. Each important concept is introduced in easy-to-understand terms before more complicated examples are discussed.
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