This Is An Outcome Of Authors Over Thirty Years Of Teaching Fluid Mechanics To Undergraduate And Postgraduate Students. The Book Is Written With The Purpose That, Through This Book, Student Should Appreciate The Strength And Limitations Of The Theory, And Also Its Potential For Application In Solving A Variety Of Engineering Problems Of Practical Importance. It Makes Available To The Students, Appearing For Diploma And Undergraduate Courses In Civil, Chemical And Mechanical Engineering, A Book Which Briefly Introduces The Necessary Theory, Followed By A Set Of Descriptive/Objective Questions.In Seventeen Chapters The Book Covers The Broad Areas Of Fluid Properties, Kinematics, Dynamics, Dimensional Analysis, Laminar Flow, Boundary Layer Theory, Turbulent Flow, Forces On Immersed Bodies, Open Channel Flow, Compressible And Unsteady Flows, And Pumps And Turbines.FLUID. STATICS. 4.1 FLUID PRESSURE As defined earlier, the pressure p is given by lim a a . where AF is the force acting AA-agt;0A/* on area AA in the perpendicular direction to the plane of area. It is measured in N/m , pascal, kN/m or bar.
|Title||:||Fluid Mechanics Through Problems|
|Author||:||R. J. Garde|
|Publisher||:||New Age International - 1997|