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Engineering Fluid Mechanics

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Engineering Fluid Mechanics
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788740301144
Number of pages: 140

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This book tackles the many laws and principles in a very clear and easy way describing the pertinent parameters that control the particular situation. The text is complimented by many worked examples, tutorial problems to help students get further practice in problem solving, a typical examination paper, and finally presents a case study of a typical hydropower plant.

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