Handbook of Fluid Dynamics, Second Edition
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|Format: ||Hardcover, 1560 pages, 2nd Revised Edition|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 April 2016|
Handbook of Fluid Dynamics offers balanced coverage of the three traditional areas of fluid dynamics-theoretical, computational, and experimental-complete with valuable appendices presenting the mathematics of fluid dynamics, tables of dimensionless numbers, and tables of the properties of gases and vapors. Each chapter introduces a different fluid dynamics topic, discusses the pertinent issues, outlines proven techniques for addressing those issues, and supplies useful references for further research. Covering all major aspects of classical and modern fluid dynamics, this fully updated Second Edition: * Reflects the latest fluid dynamics research and engineering applications * Includes new sections on emerging fields, most notably micro- and nanofluidics * Surveys the range of numerical and computational methods used in fluid dynamics analysis and design * Expands the scope of a number of contemporary topics by incorporating new experimental methods, more numerical approaches, and additional areas for the application of fluid dynamics Handbook of Fluid Dynamics, Second Edition provides an indispensable resource for professionals entering the field of fluid dynamics. The book also enables experts specialized in areas outside fluid dynamics to become familiar with the field.
Table of Contents
BASICS Introduction Richard W. Johnson Some Reflections on the History of Fluid Dynamics John D. Anderson Jr. General Equations of Newtonian Fluid Dynamics R. Byron Bird and Michael D. Graham Special Equation Forms and Related Equations Frank G. Collins and Ronald H. Aungier Basic Engineering Fluid Mechanics John F. Foss, Ronald L. Panton, and William S. Janna CLASSICAL FLUID DYNAMICS Overview of Classical Fluid Dynamics Richard W. Johnson Inviscid Flow Robert H. Kirchhoff and Doyle D. Knight Incompressible Laminar Viscous Flows Ismet Gursul Laminar Boundary-Layer Flow Z. U. A. Warsi and Arnold Polak Waves Matiur Rahman Transition and Turbulence Peter S. Bernard, Jeffrey D. Crouch, Meelan Choudhari, David G. Bogard, and Karen A. Thole Turbulence Modeling and Simulation Charles G. Speziale and Ronald M. C. So Non-Newtonian Flows Thomas F. Irvine Jr. and Massimo Capobianchi Convective Heat Transfer Y. S. Muzychka and M. M. Yovanovich Exact and Approximate Solutions Yasuhide Fukumoto and Tsutomu Kambe CLASSICAL APPLICATIONS Open Channel Flow M. Hanif Chaudhry and Michael E. Barber Lubrication Ralph A. Burton Plasma Flow John J. Lowke and Anthony B. Murphy Chemically Reacting Flow David G. Lilley Multiphase Flow Michael L. Corradini, Chao Zhu, Liang-Shih Fan, and Rong-Her Jean Cavitation Roger E. A. Arndt Flow in Porous Media Massoud Kaviany Atmospheric Flows Donald H. Lenschow Mesoscale Oceanic Flows Lynn Keith Shay Water Hammer Jim C. P. Liou and E. Benjamin Wylie Capillary Flows Kang Ping Chen MODERN FLUID DYNAMICS Biothermal Convection and Nanofluid Bioconvection A. V. Kuznetsov Microsystems and Microfluidics Clement Kleinstreuer Computational Nanofluid Flow and Heat Transfer in Microchannels Clement Kleinstreuer Biofluid Flow and Heat Transfer Marc Thiriet, Wen-Hann Sheu, and Andre Garon Fluid-Structure Interactions Satish Kumar Chimakurthi, Steve Reuss, and Wei Shyy Flow Control Mohamed Gad-el-Hak Design Optimization and CFD Richard W. Johnson and Mark D. Landon NUMERICAL SOLUTION METHODS Finite Difference Method Kyran D. Mish Finite-Volume Method Suhas V. Patankar, Kailash C. Karki, and Kanchan M. Kelkar Finite Element Method A. Jerry Baker Spectral Element Methods for Incompressible Flows George Em Karniadakis and Ronald D. Henderson Complex Flow Simulation via Lattice Boltzmann Method G. Falcucci, S. Melchionna, S. Ubertini, and Sauro Succi Direct Simulation Monte Carlo Alina A. Alexeenko and Sergey F. Gimelshein Panel Methods Joe Katz Solution Methods for the Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations Wei Shyy and Rajat Mittal Convergence Acceleration David A. Caughey Grid Generation Glen A. Hansen Verification and Validation in Computational Fluid Dynamics Christopher J. Roy and William L. Oberkampf EXPERIMENTAL METHODS IN FLUID DYNAMICS Basic Instruments Mohamed Gad-el-Hak Hot-Wire Anemometry Genevieve Comte-Bellot Laser Doppler Velocimetry Leroy M. Fingerson and Rajan K. Menon Particle Image Velocimetry Barton L. Smith and Douglas R. Neal Phase Doppler Particle Analyzer William D. Bachalo and Subramanian V. Sankar Flow Visualization James P. Crowder Uncertainty Analysis High W. Coleman and W. Glenn Steele Optical Diagnostics for Measurements of Species Concentrations and Temperature T.-W. Lee Molecular Tagging Diagnostics Douglas Bohl Appendix A: Mathematics of Fluid Mechanics Charles Zemach Appendix B: Tables of Dimensionless Numbers Appendix C: Properties of Gases and Vapors
About the Author
Richard W. Johnson is a retired staff member of the Idaho National Laboratory. He also taught fluid dynamics and heat transfer courses for the University of Idaho and Idaho State University, and was a faculty member of the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Kansas. He was active in the CFD technical committee of the Fluids Engineering Division of the ASME, serving as the chair and vice-chair of the committee and helping to organize symposia. He earned his BA and MS from the University of Utah, and his PhD from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (England).
Praise for the Previous Edition "... a professionally written, extensive source of information ... very useful to government, industry, and university researchers to plan future research tasks in analytical, computational, and experimental methods and applications." -Pure and Applied Geophysics
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