A First Course in Fluid Mechanics for Engineers
by Buddhi N. Hewakandamby
Publisher: BookBoon 2012
Number of pages: 145
A First Course in Fluid Mechanics covers the basics of the engineering fluid mechanics without delving into deeper more mathematical concepts. Building from most basic concepts such as physical properties of fluids, it covers the topics in fluid statics and dynamics.
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