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Tom December 14, 2006 08:44

Which advanced fluid mechanics book?
 
Hi

I am looking for an advanced fluid mechanics book with plenty of examples and problems + solutions to the problems. I have "transport phenomena" by Bird and co, and it is well equipped with examples, but I would like a book where I have access to solutions to the problems also (which I have not for the mentioned book). Can anyone recommend a book that fulfils the needs described?


Tom December 14, 2006 08:47

Re: Which advanced fluid mechanics book?
 
Oh, forgot: I anyone knows of a book with lots of fluid mechanics problems + solutions this will do nicely also.

And the level is still advanced FM

Andrew Hayes December 14, 2006 09:53

Re: Which advanced fluid mechanics book?
 
I think a good avenue would be to get a solution manual to a Fluid Mechanics book. I see them on Ebay and Amazon. A lot of the solution manuals will have the problem statement with the solution.

NeaZen December 14, 2006 19:14

Re: Which advanced fluid mechanics book?
 
What do you mean by advanced???

Advanced in FM mean generaly special topics and I don't think that there is one book which treat them all thoroughly. By the way, there are dedicated books for this kind of advanced topics as you can see by yourself in the book section of this web site. (Turbulence, Aerodynamics, Gas dynamics, Compressible flows,...)

Well, take a look first at "Boundary Layer Theory" by Schlichting and "Fluid Mechanics" by White.

ravi chirra December 30, 2006 01:32

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