This book serves as an extension to the many introductory books on fluid mechanics. It maintains an emphasis on the essential physical implications of the governing mathematical relationships, presenting a few examples of important cases of ideal flow.
Table of Contents
1. Background and Introductory Material Part I: Ideal Fluid Flows 2. Forces and Motions in Ideal Flows 3. Tools for Use in Ideal Fluid Flows 4. Analysis of Ideal Fluid Flows 5. Some Extensions to the Methods of Analysis of Ideal Flows Part II: Background 6. Background 7. Isentropic One-Dimensional Flows 8. Wave Processes in Supersonic Flows 9. Continuous Flows with Entropy Changes Part III: Simple Viscous Flows 10. Fundamental Concepts and Governing Relationships 11. Exact Solutions to the Navier-Stokes Equations 12. The Boundary Layer 13. Turbulent Flows