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Fox and McDonald`s Introduction to Fluid Mechanics 10/e Asia Edition

+作者:

Mitchell/Fox

+年份:
2020 年10 版
+ISBN:
9781119772842
+書號:
ME0426P
+規格:
平裝/單色
+頁數:
608
+出版商:
John Wiley
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End of Chapter Problems: Approximately 5 new problems have been authored for each chapter and roughly 50% of the problems have been revised or updated. The number of problems at the end of each chapter has been significantly reduced and selected to illustrate the important aspects of the material. The end-of-chapter problems that have been removed from the previous edition are available on the Instructor Companion website.
Instructor-only Problems: Approximately 25 % of the problems have been set aside as Instructor-only problems that can be assigned at the discretion of the instructor. These are mostly new problems developed for this edition.
Show/Hide Solutions: Approximately 15 % of the problems in the enhanced ebook feature solutions behind show/hide buttons. This feature will allow students to check the intermediate steps of their work.
Case Study: Each chapter is introduced with a Case Study that illustrates the application of the material in the chapter. Most of the case studies in the previous edition have been updated and replaced with more recent applications.
Videos: For many of the chapter subjects, short videos are available that illustrate a specific phenomenon. These videos, which are available in the enhanced ebook, are indicated by an icon in the margin of the text. We also include references to much more extensive collections of videos on a wide range of fluid mechanics topics.
References: The end-of-chapter references have been updated and edited to give the current references most relevant to the material.
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD): The material on CFD has been updated to reflect the current state of the art and moved to an appendix with current references.

Learning Objectives: A set of specific Learning Objectives has been developed for the material in each chapter. These are a set of testable specific skills and knowledge that a student should be able to achieve after completing the material in the chapter. Representative questions designed to test whether the student has, in fact, achieved those skills and knowledge is on the Instructor Companion website.
Chapter Summary and Useful Equations: At the end of each chapter, we summarize the major contributions the material has made to meeting the Learning Objectives. Also, as indicated previously, we provide a list of equations that are most commonly used in problem solving.
End-of-Chapter Problems: Problems in each chapter are arranged by topic and grouped according to the chapter section headings. Within each topic they generally increase in complexity or difficulty. This makes it easy for the instructor to assign homework problems at the appropriate difficulty level for each section of the book.
Fluid Mechanics Concept Inventory: The Fluid Mechanics Concept Inventory (FMCI) was developed under an NSF grant to the Foundation Coalition by faculty at the University of Wisconsin (J. Martin and J. Mitchell) and the University of Illinois (A. Jacobi and T. Newell). The inventory is used to a) evaluate whether students understand fluids concepts as opposed to be able to do calculations, and b) improve the teaching of fluids to correct student misconceptions.
Design and Open-ended Problems: Where appropriate, we have provided open-ended design problems. Students could be assigned to work in teams to solve these problems. These problems encourage students to spend more time exploring applications of fluid mechanics principles to the design of devices and systems. These design problems are available on the Instructor Companion website for many chapters.

John W. Mitchell - University of Wisconsin-Madison

Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Fundamental Concepts
Chapter 3 Fluid Statics
Chapter 4 Basic Equations In Integral Form For a Control Volume
Chapter 5 Introduction To Differential Analysis of Fluid Motion
Chapter 6 Incompressible Inviscid Flow
Chapter 7 Dimensional Analysis and Similitude
Chapter 8 Internal Incompressible Viscous Flow
Part A. Fully Developed Laminar Flow
Part B. Flow in pipes and ducts
Part C. Flow measurement
Chapter 9 External Incompressible Viscous Flow
Part A. Boundary layers
Part B. Fluid flow about immersed bodies
Chapter 10 Fluid Machinery
Chapter 11 Flow In Open Channels
Chapter 12 Introduction To Compressible Flow
Appendix A Fluid Property Data
Appendix B Videos For Fluid Mechanics
Appendix C Selected Performance Curves For Pumps and Fans
Appendix D Flow Functions For Computation of Compressible Flow
Appendix E Analysis of Experimental Uncertainty
Appendix F Introduction To Computational Fluid Dynamics