by Horace Lamb
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 1895
Number of pages: 636
Constantly in use since its first publication in 1879, this book is the definitive reference work for all fluid dynamicists. Despite the pace of modern research and the advent of high-speed computers, Lamb's work remains a relevant, timeless classic.
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