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Old   October 21, 1999, 11:17
Default Introduce fluid dynamics
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Ca n anybody help me me and tell an URL where i could find an inroduction about fluid physics.I'm a french student in an engineering school and i have to introduce it in english (history of FD, mains scientists, applications...) Thanks
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Old   October 21, 1999, 11:36
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Alton Reich, P.E.
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The "Resources" link on the cfd-online page can get you to a variety of cfd related sites, including some introductory ones. The Fluent web site <> also has a link to a CFD introduction.
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Old   October 21, 1999, 12:31
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clifford bradford
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perhaps your library or some of your professors have books in english about fluid mechanics. you can also try or some of the links on this page: bonne chance
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Old   October 22, 1999, 08:52
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Valdemir G. Ferreira
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You can see in:

McComb, W. D.,1990. The physics of fluid turbulence.

Oxford Univ. Press, New York.
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