**Author**: Robert S. Brodkey

**Publisher:**Gary Tatterson

**ISBN:**9780972663571

**Size**: 21.10 MB

**Format:**PDF, Mobi

**Category :**Technology & Engineering

**Languages :**en

**Pages :**752

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**Book Description:**Notable for its thoroughness and clarity, this well-written graduate-level text presents the theoretical background of fluid flow from the standpoint of the transport phenomena, relating momentum transport to other transport mechanisms. The book is divided into three main sections: Part I-A Theoretical Background to Fluid Flow; Part II-Applications of the Basic Flow Equations; Part III-Extensions of the Basic Flow Equations. When this book was first written, there was no single text, suitable for graduate students, dealing with fluid motion. It remained for Professor Brodkey (Emeritus, Chemical Engineering, Ohio State University) to tie together the disparate threads of the topic in a clear, well-organized exposition. To make the book as accessible as possible to first-year graduate students, the author introduces the simplifying method of vector notation, and vector and tensor notation are developed as an integral part of the first few chapters. Part I provides a theoretical background to fluid flow, as well as introducing the equations of change and the various flux vectors of transport theory, and culminates in the derivation of the Navier-Stokes equations. Part II focuses on standard applications of the flow equations: inviscid flows, exact and boundary-layer solutions of the laminar-flow equations, integral methods, dimensional analysis and one-dimensional compressible flow. Part III, comprising the major portion of the book, covers phenomenological and statistical theories of turbulence, non-Newtonian phenomena and multiphase flow. Although it is designed for chemical engineering students, this book covers a wide range of topics not ordinarily found in fluid mechanics textbooks, making it an invaluable sourcebook for any engineer concerned with real-life fluid flow problems. The text includes carefully selected problems throughout to strengthen the reader's grasp of the material, and an exhaustive bibliography suggests further reading. Unabridged and corrected republication (2005) of the edition first published by Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Reading, Mass., 1967. 268 illustrations (including 27 photographs). Preface. Author and subject indexes. Bibliography. Problems. xiv + 737pp. 6% x 9%. Paperbound.

## The Phenomena Of Fluid Motions

**Author**: Robert S. Brodkey

**Publisher:**Courier Corporation

**ISBN:**0486686051

**Size**: 11.54 MB

**Format:**PDF, ePub, Mobi

**Category :**Technology & Engineering

**Languages :**en

**Pages :**737

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**Book Description:**"I know of no other book in which the subjects of non-Newtonian and multiphase flow are treated in as organized, clear and complete fashion as they are here."—Physics Today. Excellent first-year text for engineers. Covers theoretical background, standard applications, phenomenological and statistical theories of turbulence, and much more. Problems.

## Turbulent Fluid Motion Part 1 The Phenomenon Of Fluid Turbulence

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**Size**: 43.62 MB

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**Languages :**en

**Pages :**19

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**Book Description:**

## Transport Phenomena

**Author**: Robert S. Brodkey

**Publisher:**Brodkey Publishing

**ISBN:**9780972663588

**Size**: 70.80 MB

**Format:**PDF, Kindle

**Category :**Science

**Languages :**en

**Pages :**516

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**Book Description:**Part II covers applications in greater detail. The three transport phenomena--heat, mass, and momentum transfer--are treated in depth through simultaneous (or parallel) developments.

## Heart S Vortex

**Author**: Ares Pasipoularides

**Publisher:**PMPH-USA

**ISBN:**9781607950332

**Size**: 22.32 MB

**Format:**PDF, ePub

**Category :**Medical

**Languages :**en

**Pages :**927

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**Book Description:**This outstanding resource provides a comprehensive guide to intracardiac blood flow phenomena and cardiac hemodynamics, including the developmental history, theoretical frameworks, computational fluid dynamics and practical applications for clinical cardiology, cardiac imaging and embryology. It is not a mere compilation of the most up-to-date scientific data and relevant concepts. Rather, it is an integrated educational means to developing pluridisciplinary background, knowledge and understanding. Such understanding allows an appreciation of the crucial, albeit heretofore generally unappreciated, importance of intracardiac blood flow phenomena in a host of multifaceted functional and morphogenetic cardiac adaptations. The book includes over 400 figures, which were prepared by the author and form a vital part of the pedagogy. It is organized in three parts. Part I, Fundamentals of Intracardiac Flows and Their Measurements Part II, Visualization of Intracardiac Blood Flows: Methodologies, Frameworks and Insights Part III contains an Appendix presenting technical aspects of the method of predetermined boundary motion, â€œPBM,â€ developed at Duke University by the author and his collaborators

## A Directory For The Navigation Of The South Pacific Ocean

**Author**: Alexander George Findlay

**Publisher:**

**ISBN:**

**Size**: 31.89 MB

**Format:**PDF, ePub, Docs

**Category :**Atmospheric circulation

**Languages :**en

**Pages :**986

**View:**3349

**Book Description:**

## The Formation Of Shocks In 3 Dimensional Fluids

**Author**: Demetrios Christodoulou

**Publisher:**European Mathematical Society

**ISBN:**9783037190319

**Size**: 23.25 MB

**Format:**PDF

**Category :**Technology & Engineering

**Languages :**en

**Pages :**992

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**Book Description:**The equations describing the motion of a perfect fluid were first formulated by Euler in 1752. These equations were among the first partial differential equations to be written down, but, after a lapse of two and a half centuries, we are still far from adequately understanding the observed phenomena which are supposed to lie within their domain of validity. These phenomena include the formation and evolution of shocks in compressible fluids, the subject of the present monograph. The first work on shock formation was done by Riemann in 1858. However, his analysis was limited to the simplified case of one space dimension. Since then, several deep physical insights have been attained and new methods of mathematical analysis invented. Nevertheless, the theory of the formation and evolution of shocks in real three-dimensional fluids has remained up to this day fundamentally incomplete. This monograph considers the relativistic Euler equations in three space dimensions for a perfect fluid with an arbitrary equation of state. The author considers initial data for these equations which outside a sphere coincide with the data corresponding to a constant state. Under suitable restriction on the size of the initial departure from the constant state, he establishes theorems that give a complete description of the maximal classical development. In particular, it is shown that the boundary of the domain of the maximal classical development has a singular part where the inverse density of the wave fronts vanishes, signalling shock formation. The theorems give a detailed description of the geometry of this singular boundary and a detailed analysis of the behavior of the solution there. A complete picture of shock formation in three-dimensional fluids is thereby obtained. The approach is geometric, the central concept being that of the acoustical spacetime manifold.

## Turbulent Fluid Motion

**Author**: R. Deissler

**Publisher:**CRC Press

**ISBN:**9781560327530

**Size**: 16.66 MB

**Format:**PDF, ePub, Docs

**Category :**Technology & Engineering

**Languages :**en

**Pages :**478

**View:**6734

**Book Description:**This comprehensive book is based on the Navier-Stokes and other continuum equations for fluids. It interprets the analytical and numerical solutions of the equations of fluid motion. Topics included are turbulence, and how, why, and where it occurs; mathematical apparatus used for the representation and study of turbulence; continuum equations used for the analysis of turbulence; ensemble, time, and space averages as they are applied to turbulent quantities; the closure problem of the averaged equations and possible closure schemes; Fourier analysis and the spectral form of the continuum equations, both averaged and unaveraged; nonlinear dynamics and chaos theory.

## The London Edinburgh And Dublin Philosophical Magazine And Journal Of Science

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**Size**: 60.39 MB

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**Category :**English periodicals

**Languages :**en

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**Book Description:**

## Selected Topics Of Computational And Experimental Fluid Mechanics

**Author**: Jaime Klapp

**Publisher:**Springer

**ISBN:**3319114875

**Size**: 63.72 MB

**Format:**PDF, ePub, Mobi

**Category :**Science

**Languages :**en

**Pages :**548

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**Book Description:**This book contains invited lectures and selected contributions presented at the Enzo Levi and XIX Annual Meeting of the Fluid Dynamic Division of the Mexican Physical Society in 2013. It is aimed at fourth year undergraduate and graduate students, and scientists in the fields of physics, engineering and chemistry who are interested in fluid dynamics from an experimental and theoretical point of view. The invited lectures are introductory and avoid the use of complicated mathematics. The fluid dynamics applications include multiphase flow, convection, diffusion, heat transfer, rheology, granular material, viscous flow, porous media flow, geophysics and astrophysics. The material contained in the book includes recent advances in experimental and theoretical fluid dynamics and is suitable for both teaching and research.