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Fluid mechanics


Fluid mechanics, the study of how fluids behave and interact under various forces and in various applied situationswhether in the liquid or gaseous ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.334
Md A

good book for graduate class

by Md A on Aug 26, 2010

I found this book very useful for my graduate fluid mechanics class. Explanation and sample problems will help you for better understanding. For undergraduate class, i think it wont be a good choice though.


Good book, but lack in details and physics

by pussxin on Dec 23, 2008

It is a fairly good book in Fluid Mechanics and have some great physical insights there. But compared to the incompressible fluid mechanics written by Panton, this book still lacks physics and discussions are not enough. If you can only afford one book, Panton's book is better choice.


Necessary for fluid mechanics

by Nuala on Apr 3, 2008

This book is a classic in fluid mechanics. All the basic equations and concepts are really good explained on it. It opens the doos of knowledge for those of you that want to keep going with titles such as Hydrodynamics of Lamb. It is a important book that gives you the basics and a bit more and helps you whenever you want to review any concept.

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