## Table of contents for Boundary-layer theory / Hermann Schlichting ; translated by J. Kestin.

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Part A: Fundamental Laws of Motion for a Viscous Fluid
1 Outline of Fluid Motion with Friction
2 Outline of Boundary-Layer Theory
3 Derivation of the Equations of Motion of a Compressible Viscous Fluid
4 General Properties of the Navier-Stokes Equations
5 Exact Solutions of the Navier-Stokes Equations
6 Very Slow Motion
Part B: Laminar Boundary Layer
7 Boundary-Layer Equation for Two-Dimensional Incompressible Flow; Boundary Layer on a Plate
8 General Properties of the Boundary-Layer Equations
9 Exact Solutions of the Steady State Boundary-Layer Equations in Two-Dimensional Motion
10 Approximate Methods for the Solution of the Two-Dimensional Steady Boundary-Layer Equations
11 Axially Symmetrical and Three Dimensional Boundary Layers
12 Thermal Boundary Layer in Laminar Flow
13 Laminal Boundary Layer in Compressible Flow
14 Boundary-Layer Control in Laminar Flow
15 Non-Steady Boundary Layers
Part C: Transition
16 Origin of Turbulence
17 Origins of Turbulence
Part D: Turbulent Boundary Layers
18 Fundamentals of Turbulent Flow
19 Theoretical Assumptions for the Calculation of Turbulent Flows
20 Turbulent Flow Through Pipes
21 Turbulent Boundary Layers at Zero Pressure Gradient; Flat Plates; Rotating Disks; Roughness
22 The Incompressible Turbulent Boundary Layers with Pressure Gradient
23 Turbulent Boundary Layers in Compressible Flow
24 Free Turbulent Flow; Jets and Wakes
25 Determination of Profile Drag

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Boundary layer