Applied Fluid Mechanics

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Summary
1.2 Fluid and modeling
1.3 Major physical properties of fluid
1.4 Classification of fluid
1.5 Forces acting on the fluid
Chapter 2 Hydrostatics
2.1 Stress characteristics in a stationary fluid
2.2 Differential balance equation
2.3 Fluid hydrostatic pressure distribution under the action of gravity
2.4 Relative balance of liquid
2.5 Total hydrostatic pressure of liquid acting on a horizontal surface
2.6 Total hydrostatic force on curved surface
2.7 Buoyancy force and stability of snorkeling
Chapter 3 The basic theory of fluid motion
3.1 Description method of fluid motion
3.2 Some basic concepts of fluid motion
3.3 Motion analysis of fluid parcel
3.4 The basic equation for fluid motion
3.5 Integration of Euler's differential equation
3.6 Steady plane potential flows
Chapter 4 Fundamental equations of steady total flow
4.1 Analysis method of total flow
4.2 Continuity equation of incompressible fluid
4.3 The Bernoulli equation
4.4 Momentum equation
Chapter 5 Similarity theory and dimensional analysis
5.1 Dimension
5.2 Dimensional analysis
5.3 Similarity theory basis of fluid motion
5.4 Model experiment
Chapter 6 Fluid resistance and energy loss
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Laminar and turbulent flow
6.3 laminar flow in a circular pipe
6.4 Turbulent flow
6.5 Linear head losses of turbulent flow in circular pipes
6.6 The linear head loss of the turbulent flow in a non circular tube
6.7 Local head loss
6.8 The concept of boundary layer
6.9 Drag force
Chapter 7 Orifice outflow and nozzle flow
7.1 Steady orifice outflow
7.2 Nozzle outflow
7.3 Unsteady outflow of orifice and nozzle
Chapter 8 Fluid motion in pressure pipe
8.1 Hydraulic calculation of equal diameter short pipe
8.2 Hydraulic calculation of long pipe
8.3 Hydraulic calculation basis of pipe networks
8.4 Water hammer in a pressure pipe
Chapter 9 Open channel flow
9.1 Classification of open channel
9.2 Uniform flow in open channel
9.3 Uniform flow in non-pressure circular conduits
9.4 Concepts of non-uniform flow in open channel
9.5 Gradually varied flow water surface curves analysis in prismatic open channel
9.6 The gradually varied flow water surface calculation in open channel
Chapter 10 Weir flow
10.1 Definition and classification of weir flow
10.2 Basic formula of weir flow
10.3 Sharp-crested weir
10.4 Ogee weir
10.5 Broad-crested weir
10.6 Hydraulic computation of flow cross small bridge
Chapter 11 Seepage
11.1 Seepage basic laws
11.2 Steady gradual seepage
11.3 Seepage catchment corridor
11.4 Seepage of wells
11.5 Vertical water pressure of the building in water-table aquifer
Chapter 12 One dimensional flow of compressible gas
12.1 Some basic concepts of compressible gas
12.2 The basic principle of one dimensional flow of ideal gas
12.3 Pipe flow of compressible gas
Applied Fluid Mechanics