Fluid Mechanics, Second Edition deals with fluid mechanics, that is, the theory of the motion of liquids and gases. Topics covered range from ideal fluids and viscous fluids to turbulence, boundary layers, thermal conduction, and diffusion. Surface phenomena, sound, and shock waves are also discussed, along with gas flow, combustion, superfluids, and relativistic fluid dynamics. This book is comprised of 16 chapters and begins with an overview of the fundamental equations of fluid dynamics, including Euler's equation and Bernoulli's equation. The reader is then introduced to the equations of motion of a viscous fluid; energy dissipation in an incompressible fluid; damping of gravity waves; and the mechanism whereby turbulence occurs. The following chapters explore the laminar boundary layer; thermal conduction in fluids; dynamics of diffusion of a mixture of fluids; and the phenomena that occur near the surface separating two continuous media. The energy and momentum of sound waves; the direction of variation of quantities in a shock wave; one- and two-dimensional gas flow; and the intersection of surfaces of discontinuity are also also considered. This monograph will be of interest to theoretical physicists.(25.6) PROBLEMS PROBLEM 1. ... is by (24.14) I | v0 |2\/ (r/pw / 8), where lis the perimeter of t5 part of the channel cross-section occupied by the fluid. ... The damping coefficient is y = l (vw/8SZ). ... PROBLEM 2. Determine the flow in a gravity wave on a very viscous fluid (v Q (01.2). SOLUTION. The calculation of the anbsp;...
|Author||:||L D Landau, E. M. Lifshitz|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-09-03|