|May 17, 2010, 11:32||
PRACTICAL fluid mechanics & heat transfer for engineering applications - textbooks?
Join Date: Feb 2010
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I'm looking for one, maybe two books that would cover most aspects of practical fluid mechanics (FM) and heat transfer (HT) for engineering applications.
The ideal candidate:
- strong focus on analytical and experimental FM and HT,
- SI units (+USCS if possible),
- some reference to modern numerical techniques,
- a fair discussion of the pros and cons of each aspects of FM: Analytical, Experimental, and Numerical fluid mechanics (precision, accuracy, limitations, resources,...)
I work as a CFD Engineer and I have a decent background in all three aspects of fluid mechanics, but I'd like to find a good book that puts it all together.
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