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Viscous fluid flow e-book

Author:

Frank M White

Language:

English

Category:

Transport

Subcategory:

Engineering

ePub size:

1905 kb

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Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

McGraw-Hill; First Edition edition (1974)

Pages:

725

ISBN:

0070697108

Viscous fluid flow e-book

by Frank M White


Frank M White is Professor Emeritus of Mechanical and Ocean Engineering at the University of Rhode Island. However, if you actually want to learn about viscous fluid flow, you should probably look at another book.

Frank M White is Professor Emeritus of Mechanical and Ocean Engineering at the University of Rhode Island. He studied at Georgia Tech and . In 1966 he helped found, at URI, the first department of ocean engineering in the country. Known primarily as a teacher and writer, he has received eight teaching awards and has written four textbooks on fluid mechanics and heat transfer. 6 people found this helpful.

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Published by McGraw-Hill In. US (1974). ISBN 10: 0070697108 ISBN 13: 9780070697102.

Viscous Fluid Flow book. Author Frank White is has a strong reputation in the field, his book is accurate, conceptually strong, and contains excellent problem sets

Viscous Fluid Flow book. Author Frank White is has a strong reputation in the field, his book is accurate, conceptually strong, and contains excellent problem sets. The text is for a senior graduate level elective in Mechanical Engineering, and has a strong professional and international appeal.

Designed for higher level courses in viscous fluid flow, this text presents a comprehensive treatment of the subject. It contains new information on the latest technological advances and includes many more applications, thoroughly updated problems and exercises. Designed for higher level courses in viscous fluid flow, this text presents a comprehensive treatment of the subject.

The text is for a senior graduate level elective in Mechanical Engineering, and has a strong professional and international appeal.

Frank M. White is an American engineer and Professor Emeritus of Mechanical and Ocean Engineering at the University of Rhode Island

Frank M. White is an American engineer and Professor Emeritus of Mechanical and Ocean Engineering at the University of Rhode Island. He is a professor in the Mechanical Engineering department as well as the Ocean Engineering department – which he helped found in 1966 as the first department of Ocean Engineering in the United States. He is the author of the popular engineering textbook "Fluid Mechanics" as well as three other textbooks on the topics of fluid mechanics and heat transfer.

Lubrication approximation for thin fluid layer; gravitational spreading; biolocomotion. Lifshitz, Fluid Mechanics, Pergamon Press, 1975. White, Viscous Fluid Flow, McGraw-Hill, 1974. H. Schlichting, Boundary-Layer Theory, McGraw-Hill, 1968. Stokes flow past a sphere, Stokeslet; slender bodies, . L. Rosenhead (e., Laminar Boundary Layers, Oxford . Ockendon & J. R. Ockendon, Viscous Flow, Cambridge, . Moore (e., Theory of Laminar Flows, Vol. 4, High Speed Aerodynamics and Jet Propulsion, Princeton .

Fundamentals of the Finite Element. Method for Heat and Fluid Flow.

Fluid Mechanics: An Introduction to the Theory of Fluid Flows. 96 MB·1,502 Downloads·New! motions like that in an ideal gas. Subjects like one-dimensional viscous flows, stationary. Fundamentals of the Finite Element. Numerical Simulation of Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer Processes. 5 MB·2,843 Downloads. field with nanoparticle jet flow of MQL and the.

The second edition of this text on viscous fluid flow.
SiIеnt
Not the easiest text to follow and there are little to no examples, but the content feels complete.

Incredible price on the international edition.
However, the pages are so thin, I can read 2 pages behind the one that I have open presently and it gives me a little bit of a headache. I doubt the binding will last long either. Still, at 1/10 the price of the hard cover, it was well worth it.
IGOT
Very helpful for my thermofluids course.
Kulabandis
As I see it, text books are meant to instruct the readers on the rules and such surrounding a specific subject. This book covers such a broad swath of topics that it is nearly impossible for the author to spend enough time on each individual topic. If you are looking for a reference book that has a good set of condensed equations, tables, and figures, this is a good book for you. However, if you actually want to learn about viscous fluid flow, you should probably look at another book.
Inth
Paperback version with relatively good quality paper.
Vetalol
The book is terrible as a learning tool. Very little is explained in any detail that anyone who wasn't already familiar with the material would be able to understand. I feel the book spent more time referencing other people's work than actually explaining the theories it covers. There are absolutely no example problems provided, and any solution manuals are only good for the final answer. Some of the problems required information that either was a scavenger hunt to find information in the book to solve, or info that wasn't even in the book. The only way this book should be used in a classroom is if it is only a reference book, or if you have a good professor who will take his time going through each section in detail. I would say that Ch 1-3 could have been an entire semester, but we went through Ch 1-5, which left a very unsatisfying feeling of having learned very little in the end.
Unh
Very descriptive book, although it is not a good book for undergraduate classes.
BroWelm
India version. Papers are a little thin.
Good

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