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- 622 fully solved problems
- Links to online instruction videos
- Practical examples of proofs of theorems and derivations of formulas
- Chapters on fluid statics and the flow of compressible fluids
- Detailed explanations of free-body analysis, vector diagrams, the principles of work and energy and impulse-momentum, and Newton’s laws of motion
- Helpful material for the following courses: Introduction to Fluid Dynamics; Introduction to Hydraulics; Fluid Mechanics; Statics and Mechanics of Materials
About the Author
Jack B. Evett is a registered professional engineer and land surveyor and a professor of civil engineering at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He is author/coauthor of eleven books, including Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics and 2,500 Solved Problems in Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics.
Cheng Liu is a registered professional engineer and a professor of civil engineering technology at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He is coauthor of seven books, including Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics and 2,500 Solved Problems in Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics.
Table of Contents1. Properties of Fluids
2. Fluid Statics
3. Hydrostatic Force on Surfaces
4. Bouyancy and Flotation
5. Translation and Rotation of Liquid Masses
6. Dimensional Analysis and Hydraulic Similitude
7. Fundamentals of Fluid Flow
8. Flow in Closed Conduits
9. Complex Pipeline Systems
10. Flow in Open Channels
11. Flow of Compressible Fluids
12. Measurement of Flow of Fluids
13. Forces Developed by Moving Fluids
14. Fluid Machinery