Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2005 - 958 pages
Written for courses in Fluid Mechanics in Civil and Mechanical Engineering, this text covers the fundamental principles of fluid mechanics, as well as specialist topics in more depth. The fundamental material relates to all engineering disciplines that require fluid mechanics.
As in previous editions this book demonstrates the link between theory and practice with excellent examples and computer programs. The programs help students perform 3 types of calculations; relatively simple calculations, calculations designed to provide solutions for steady state system operation, and unsteady flow simulations.
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This is a great book for learning Fluid Mechanics, it's not a heavy and complex book but it contains everything a Fluid Mechanics books should have and more. I recommend you to go to a library to take a look at it, but I can assure you it's a great book.
There's only one thing that desapointed me a little. There's a rater big mistake in the Darcy equation... a useless coefficient of "4"... and all exemples, problems and answers of this chapter (chapter 14) as the same error. Fortunatly, it's not the case of other chapters.
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