## Fluid mechanicsIn the revision of this very successful text, many changes have been made in scope, organization, and required prerequisite skills. The authors have increased the scope of the book to include heat and mass transport. BASIC programs have been removed and complex problem solutions are now presented in Microsoft Excel. There is also a new website that will contain substantial information on computing, principal files, and tutorials on the use of MatLab and Mathematica. |

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### Contents

Fluid Properties | 3 |

Fluid Statics | 23 |

FluidFlow Concepts and Basic Equations | 82 |

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axis Bernoulli's equation boundary layer Calculate centroid coefficient component compressible computed constant continuity equation control volume critical depth cross section curve cylinder Darcy-Weisbach equation decrease density Determine diameter discharge downstream drag elevation energy equation energy grade line Euler's equation Example Figure fluid force free surface frictionless ft/s gage head loss hence horizontal hydraulic grade line hydraulic jump incompressible increase isentropic laminar flow length liquid Mach number mass maximum minor losses motion neglected nozzle open channel orifice parameters particle pipe pipeline plate pressure Prob Problem pump ratio reservoir Reynolds number rotation shear stress shown in Fig slope solving sp gr specific speed steady flow stream function streamline temperature tube turbine turbulent flow U.S. customary units unit upstream valve vane vector velocity distribution velocity potential venturi meter vertical viscosity wave zero