Table of contents for Schaum's outline of fluid mechanics / Merle Potter, David Wiggert.


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R0i     I        Basic Information                                          1
1.1 Introduction                                           1
1.2  Dimensions, Units, and Physical Quantities            1
1.3  Gases and Liquids                                     4
1.4  Pressure and Temperature                              5
1.5  Properties of Fluids                                  6
1.6  Thermodynamic Properties and Relationships            10
APAEV  2        Fluid Statics                                             20
2.1 Introduction                                           20
2.2  Pressure Variation                                   20
2.3  Manometers                                            22
2.4  Forces on Plane and Curved Surfaces                  24
2.5  Accelerating Containers                               27
-PTB R 3         Fluids in Motion                                          39
3.1 Introduction                                           39
3.2  Fluid Motion                                          39
3.2.1  Lagrangian and Eulerian Descriptions           39
3.2.2  Pathlines, Streaklines, and Streamlines        40
3.2.3  Acceleration                                   41
3.2.4  Angular Velocity and Vorticity                 42
3.3  Classification of Fluid Flows                         45
3.3.1 Uniform, One-, Two-, and Three-Dimensional Flows  46
3.3.2  Viscous and Inviscid Flows                     46
3.3.3  Laminar and Turbulent Flows                    47
3.3.4 Incompressible and Compressible Flows           48
3.4  Bernoulli's Equation                                  49
EH5tER  4        The Integral Equations                                    60
4.1 Introduction                                           60
4.2  System-to-Control-Volume Transformation               60
4.3  Conservation of Mass                                  63
4.4  The Energy Equation                                   64
4.5  The Momentum Equation                                 67
CHAPTER 5          Differential Equations                                   84
5.1 Introduction                                          84
5.2 The Differential Continuity Equation                  85
5.3 The Differential Momentum Equation                    87
5.4  The Differential Energy Equation                     92
CHAPTER 6          Dimensional Analysis and Similitude                      97
6.1 Introduction                                          97
6.2 Dimensional Analysis                                  97
6.3  Similitude                                          102
CHAPTER 7          Internal Flows                                          110
7.1 Introduction                                         110
7.2  Entrance Flow                                       110
7.3  Laminar Flow in a Pipe                              112
7.3.1 The Elemental Approach                         112
7.3.2  Applying the Navier-Stokes Equations          113
7.3.3  Quantities of Interest                        114
7.4  Laminar Flow Between Parallel Plates                115
7.4.1 The Elemental Approach                         115
7.4.2 Applying the Navier-Stokes Equations           116
7.4.3 Quantities of Interest                         117
7.5  Laminar Flow between Rotating Cylinders             118
7.5.1 The Elemental Approach                         118
7.5.2 Applying the Navier-Stokes Equations           120
7.5.3 Quantities of Interest                         120
7.6 Turbulent Flow in a Pipe                             121
7.6.1 The Semi-Log Profile                          123
7.6.2 The Power-Law Profile                         123
7.6.3  Losses in Pipe Flow                          125
7.6.4  Losses in Noncircular Conduits               127
7.6.5  Minor Losses                                  127
7.6.6  Hydraulic and Energy Grade Lines             129
7.7  Open Channel Flow                                   130
CHAPTER 8          External Flows                                          145
8.1 Introduction                                         145
8.2  Flow Around Blunt Bodies                            146
8.2.1 Drag Coefficients                              146
8.2.2 Vortex Shedding                                149
8.2.3  Cavitation                                    150
8.2.4  Added Mass                                    152
8.3  Flow Around Airfoils                                152
8.4  Potential Flow                                       154
8.4.1 Basics                                          154
8.4.2  Several Simple Flows                           155
8.4.3  Superimposed Flows                             157
8.5  Boundary-Layer Flow                                  159
8.5.1 General Information                             159
8.5.2  The Integral Equations                         161
8.5.3  Laminar and Turbulent Boundary Layers         162
8.5.4  Laminar Boundary-Layer Differential Equations  166
CHAPTER 9          Compressible Flow                                        181
9.1 Introduction                                          181
9.2  Speed of Sound                                       182
9.3 Isentropic Nozzle Flow                                184
9.4  Normal Shock Waves                                   188
9.5  Oblique Shock Waves                                  192
9.6  Expansion Waves                                      195
CHAPTER 10         Flow in Pipes and Pumps                                  206
10.1 Introduction                                         206
10.2  Simple Pipe Systems                                 206
10.2.1 Losses                                        206
10.2.2  Hydraulics of Simple Pipe Systems            207
10.3  Pumps in Pipe Systems                               211
10.4  Pipe Networks                                       215
10.4.1 Network Equations                             215
10.4.2  Hardy Cross Method                           216
10.4.3  Computer Analysis of Network Systems         219
10.5  Unsteady Flow                                       219
10.5.1 Incompressible Flow                           220
10.5.2  Compressible Flow of Liquids                 221
APPENDIX A         Units and Conversions                                    232
A.1  English Units, SI Units, and Their Conversion Factors  232
A.2  Conversions of Units                                 233
APPENDIX 8         Vector Relationships                                     234
APPENOIX C         Fluid Properties                                         235
C.1   Properties of Water                                 235
C.1E  English Properties of Water                         235
C.2    Properties of Air at Atmospheric Pressure          236
C.2E  English Properties of Air at Atmospheric Pressure   236
C.3    Properties of the Standard Atmosphere              237
C.3E   English Properties of the Atmosphere                  237
C.4    Properties of Ideal Gases at 300 K (c, = c- k  k = c,/c,)  238
C.5    Properties of Common Liquids at Atmospheric Pressure
and Approximately 16 to 210C (60 to 700F)             239
Figure C.1 Viscosity as a Function of Temperature            240
Figure C.2 Kinematic Viscosity as a Function of Temperature
at Atmospheric Pressure                           241
A?FC2iDIX 0       Compressible Flow Table for Air                            242
D.1  Isentropic Flow                                         242
D.2  Normal Shock Flow                                       243
D.3  Prandtl Meyer Function                                  244



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Fluid mechanics