[PDF] Hydrodynamics: Concepts and Experiments

ISBN: 9535120344

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Author: Harry Edmar | Category: Mechanical Engineering | Language: English | Page: 170 | ISBN: 9535120344 | ISBN13: 9789535120346 |

Description: The present book contains chapters devoted to numerical models, experimental tools/results and conceptual aspects of fluid dynamics. A more detailed description is furnished in the sequence. The six topics that compose this book may be resumed as: Flow-Structure Interactions, Hydrodynamic Models and Biological processes in Coastal Waters, Useful Cavitation, New Concepts in Hydraulic Jumps, Lagrangian Formulation of Fluid Dynamics, and Small Perturbations in Viscous Fluids. Contents Preface 1 Development of a Coupled Fluid-Structure Model with Application to a Fishing Net in Current 2 Modelling of Hydrobiological Processes in Coastal Waters 3 Alternative Uses of Cavitating Jets 4 Details of Hydraulic Jumps for Design Criteria of Hydraulic Structures 5 Lagrangian Hydrodynamics, Entropy and Dissipation 6 Evolution of Small Perturbations of the Free Surface of Viscous Fluid in the Stokes Approximation

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